Social media contest focuses on climate change [Worldwide]

Posted on Oct 3, 2022 in Environmental Reporting

Students and professionals can enter a climate change social media contest and compete for US$1,000.

The Global Resilience Partnership (GRP), in partnership with the Resilience Knowledge Coalition, is hosting a social media competition in the lead-up to the Resilience Hub at COP27.

To enter, students and young professionals can submit visual and audio entries that depict what they and their communities are doing to tackle the impacts of climate change.

Entries can include a series of photos or 30 to 60 second short films, interviews, documentaries, poem or songs. Entries not submitted in English or French must include English translations.

Submissions can be made via social media with the hashtags #COPResiliencehub and #Art4Resilience, WhatsApp or Google Drive.

The contest is open to students and professionals in all countries except the Crimea region of Ukraine, Cuba, Iran, North Korea and Syria.

The deadline is Oct 16.