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Connect4Climate Competition for African Youth:

 

Connect4Climate (C4C) is seeking entries for the photo and video competition on climate change focused on African youth aged 13 to 30. To participate in this competition you can send your photos or videos (60 seconds or less) telling a story on climate change or present a cool idea for solutions to climate change issues.

The goal of C4C is to raise awareness about climate change issues around the world, with an initial focus on Africa. C4C, together with its knowledge partners, aims to act as a convener of all parties with an interest in raising awareness about climate change issues and participating in an interactive, global dialogue on climate change.

The Competition:

  • With the help of their broad coalition of partners, both big and small, C4C IS kickstarting an interactive dialogue on climate change issues amongst African youth and global social media users.
  • With roughly 70% of Africa’s total population under 30, the C4C campaign will tap the rich potential of African’s youth as powerful agents of social change.

Competition Categories:

  • Agriculture
  • Energy
  • Forests
  • Gender
  • Health
  • Water

Prizes:

C4C will be awarding more than 60 prizes, including cameras, mobile phones, computer tablets and solar backpacks. Winning entries will be exhibited at the UN Conference on Climate Change (COP17) in Durban, South Africa, this December.

World leaders and prominent climate change thinkers will get a chance to look, listen, and learn about these climate stories generated by African youth from around the continent.

Last date for submission: November 15.

For more information and application, see: Connect4Climate Competition for African Youth

 

 

 

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