Climate Action Contest

How are YOU fighting for the future of our planet?

The harmful effects of climate change are already upon us and worsening. There is time to act, but we must act now. The Brookings Institute states that investing in girls’ empowerment and education is one of the most effective ways we can combat global warming and reverse course. YOU are a part of the solution, and so in honor of Earth Day we are asking you:

There’s a chance to act now to avert the worst effects of climate change. Young people are leading the effort to push for innovative solutions. How are YOU using your voice to push for climate innovation in your family or your community?

We’ll select our three favorite videos that show and tell us how you are using your voices to push for climate innovation. The grand prize winner will receive a $1,000 prize, and the two runners up will each receive $250. And, we’ll share all of your videos to document the strength of your voices in protecting our planet!

Submissions open: April 22 — May 10, 2021 to girls ages 13 years or older


How to Enter

Step 1: Your Climate Innovations

Think of what climate innovations or innovators inspire you. What change would you like to see in your community and how are you advocating for it? Innovation could mean new technology, a new way of thinking, or traditional wisdom that may have been lost.

Step 2: Lights, Camera, Action!

Record a selfie video or upload an edited clip that answers the question: How are YOU using your voice to push for climate innovation in your family or your community?  Be as specific as possible. Your video can be up to 4 minutes long.

Step 3: Make Your Mark

When you’re finished recording, you’ll be asked to fill out our entry form and upload your video. THANK YOU–you’ve added your voice to the Girls’ Voices community in a global effort to call for climate innovation.

 

You must be 13 years or older to be eligible to win.
Please view our terms and services.
For questions, contact girlsvoices@greatergood.org

 

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