As a leader in the field of nature photography and environmental issues, NANPA occasionally issues statements describing the organization’s position on critical issues. These statements are approved by the Board of Directors and published to major media outlets and field locations. The board recognizes that an individual’s concept of ethical behavior and feelings about the environment are very personal. Consequently, NANPA may issue guidelines and suggestions in these two areas but will in no way attempt to dictate policies either to members or nonmembers.
- Access to Public Lands
- Environmental Statement (English | Español)
- Ethical Field Practices (English | Español)
- Truth in Captioning (English | Español)
Charge: Gather, disseminate and promote information on ethical issues involving nature photography.
The NANPA Ethics Committee is proactive in addressing possible ethical issues involving nature photography. The committee helps to promote information on ethical field practices and truth in captioning and also works with the NANPA Board to respond to ethical issues related to NANPA and nature photography.
If you are interested in joining the Ethics Committee, please contact Chair Jeff Botkin at firstname.lastname@example.org.