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Photographer Prince Hussain Aga Khan moved the crowd to tears with his poetry-like speech at EAT Stockholm Food Forum 2019.

Prince Hussain Aga Khan held a beautiful speech on the main stage during EAT Stockholm Food Forum 2019 to bring awareness to the endangered species living in our oceans. Since the age of five, he has been a fan of the ocean and everything connected to it.

At 14, Prince Hussain Aga Khan started scuba diving, and by exploring the deep wide blue he developed a keen interest in conservation. He started traveling to the tropics frequently at secondary school and began taking photographs of fauna and flora on a trip to the Brazilian Amazon in 1996.

Focused On Nature

Hussain Aga Khan established the organization Focused On Nature to share his passion. His mission is to help communicate the urgent need for more research and actionable initiatives on global issues that are negatively impacting the environment.

FON is assisting conservation projects that protect threatened and endangered species, as well as habitat conservation efforts.

In my photographs, I let the animals and trees speak for themselves and hope other people see the beauty I seeHussain Aga Khan

Using conservation photography as the principal medium of communication, FON aims to promote awareness and raise funds through photography exhibitions, as well as the sale of our fine art limited edition photographs, books, and scarves.

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