First Look: A Look at the 2022 Wildlife Photographer of the Year

Ørsted has been an associate sponsor of the Wildlife Photographer of the Year exhibit at the Natural History Museum since 2014. Ørsted’s vision is a world that runs entirely on green energy. Ørsted develops, builds and operates offshore and onshore wind farms, solar farms, energy storage facilities, renewable hydrogen and green fuels facilities and bioenergy plants. In addition, Ørsted supplies energy products to its customers. Ørsted is the only energy company in the world to have a science-based goal of net zero emissions, as validated by the Science Based Targets initiative (SBTi). Ørsted ranks as the world’s most sustainable energy company in Corporate Knights 2022 Index of the World’s 100 Most Sustainable Companies and is recognized on the CDP Climate Change A-list as a global leader in climate action. Based in Denmark, Ørsted employs 6,836 people. Ørsted shares are listed on Nasdaq Copenhagen (Orsted). In 2021, the group’s turnover was 77.7 billion DKK (10.4 billion euros)

Images and media contact

Download photographs for print and online use:

To obtain the password, arrange interviews with photographers or judges, or express interest in attending the media preview of the exhibit at the Natural History Museum, please contact Josephine Higgins at the Museum Press Office of natural history:

Email: [email protected] Tel. : +44 (0)20 7942 5654

About Wildlife Photographer of the Year:

Wildlife Photographer of the Year was founded in 1965 by BBC Wildlife Magazine, then called Animals. The Natural History Museum joined forces in 1984 to create the competition as it is known today. The competition is now managed and owned by the Natural History Museum in London.

Wildlife Photographer of the Year Portfolio 32, edited by Rosamund Kidman-Cox and with a foreword by Chris Packham, is published by the Natural History Museum is now available for presale and will be on sale from 12 October 2022, priced at £25 .

About the Natural History Museum:

The Natural History Museum is both a world-renowned center for scientific research and the most visited indoor attraction in the UK last year. With a vision of a future in which people and the planet thrive, he is uniquely positioned to be a powerful champion for balancing the needs of humanity with those of the natural world.

It is the custodian of one of the world’s largest scientific collections comprising over 80 million specimens accessed by researchers around the world both in person and through over 50 billion digital data downloads to date. The Museum’s 350 scientists are finding solutions to the planetary emergency, from the loss of biodiversity to the sustainable extraction of natural resources.

The Museum uses its global reach and influence to fulfill its mission to create Earth Defenders – to inform, inspire and empower everyone to make a difference for nature. We welcome millions of visitors through our doors each year, our website received 17 million visits last year and our traveling exhibitions have been viewed by approximately 20 million people over the past 10 years.

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