NPG Photo Scholarship Contest

NPG, a national membership organization devoted to population issues, invites students to compete in our Photo Scholarship Contest.


Without critical changes, U.S. population is projected to reach 400 million people by mid-century. Submit your photo of a threatened environmental treasure that you believe is worth protecting, along with an explanation (40-50 words) of how population growth has put this treasure at risk.

The NPG Scholarship Committee will select multiple winning photographs. Photographs will be judged based on originality, relevance to topic, and evidence of critical thinking. All decisions are within the discretion of NPG Scholarship judges and all decisions are final. All scholarships will be paid directly to the accredited college or university account of the winning student(s). Official Contest information is available on our website.

Official contest rules and eligibility requirements can be found on our website.

NPG is a national non-profit membership organization headquartered in Alexandria, VA.

Since 1972, our primary purpose has been to educate the American public and elected officials
regarding the damaging effects of overpopulation on our environment, resources, and quality of life.
For more information, visit our website.

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