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NGM JUNE 2018 PLANET OR PLASTIC? - PROMOTIONAL IMAGES PERMITTED USE: This image may be downloaded or is otherwise provided at no charge for one-time use for coverage or promotion of National Geographic's "Planet or Plastic?" campaign and exclusively in conjunction thereof. No copying, distribution or archiving permitted. Sub-licensing, sale or resale is prohibited. REQUIRED CREDIT AND CAPTION: All image uses must be properly credited to the relevant photographer, as provided, and must be accompanied by the provided caption. Any uses in which the image appears without proper copyright notice, photographer credit and provided caption are subject to paid licensing. Mandatory usage requirements: DIGITAL USE- Please note: You may use a total of NINE (9) images max for your online feature. Mandatory Usage Requirements: 1. Include mandatory photo credit with each photo (see caption/credit info in attached doc) 2. Provide a prominent link to natgeo.com/planetorplastic near the top of your piece, ahead of the photos 3. Include mandatory mention of "National Geographic's Planet or Plastic? campaign, a multi-year initiative aimed at raising awareness of the global plastic crisis and reducing the amount of single-use plastic that is polluting our world's oceans." 4. Include mention of National Geographic's June issue 5. Feature the June cover of National Geographic mag somewhere in the post (credit: National Geographic) unless using only one image ***Branding may not be removed from the photos. Photos cannot be edited or cropped. BROADCAST USE- Please note: No limit to the number of photos available to use during your segment. Mandatory Usage Requirements: 1. Include mandatory photo credit with each individual photo shown on screen (see caption/credit info in attached doc) 2. Verbal mention by the host of "National Geographic's Planet or Plastic? campaign, a multi-year initiative aimed at raising awareness of the global plastic crisis and...

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