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A look back at six years of Carmignac photojournalism laureate winners, with stories from Iran to French Guiana, Zimbabwe to the Gaza Strip

France’s lawless lands

Far from the Château de Versailles, indigenous people in remote French Guiana are French citizens inadvertently living outside the law
The British Library presents West Africa as you should have seen it before
This year’s top prize goes to ‘A tale of two foxes’ – a savage and haunting image of the fight to survive in harsh Arctic conditions
An array of Aboriginal tools and artworks offer a glimpse into the traditional lives of indigenous Australian communities
New Natural History Museum exhibition provides considerable information about the creation and history of coral reefs, but fails to inspire
The prestigious 2015 Atkins CIWEM Environmental Photographer of the Year competition is now open for entries

Food for thought

 The RGS–IBG’s Britain from the Air returns in March, offering a unique perspective on the UK’s landscapes

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