Climate science has organized its Olympiad program for the year 2022 to find solutions to climate change. The competition is available to students who are at most 25 years old. The Competitions will be taken in 4 stages such as qualifiers, quarter-finals, semi-finals, and finals. Students can participate individually or in a team of two. All students must first enter the qualifier round of 25 minutes through their computer or smartphone, next best 10% of all qualifier attempts advance the quarter-finals, then semi-finals where applicants need to choose one of three problem statements to respond to within 3 hours to research and write essay responses to questions related to the problem statement, and at the end, The Final round will be taken where applicants write a proposal about a major climate-related issue and are interviewed by the judges.
The Competition will bring a great opportunity to students, every finalist will be awarded a Bronze Medal, and the top 20 and top 10 will be awarded a Silver and Gold Medal, respectively. Also, the top teams split the prize pool of $15,000. Through this competition, students will get to compete against youths from around the world to find solutions to climate change; the best teams, i.e., top 10 teams, will win a share of the $15,000 prize tool. This will help students to run into this competition and have a good experience.
Climate science is a UK-based global charity led by hundreds of driven volunteers from 30 countries and a small team of staff. They aim to make learning engaging, accessible, and reliable as it was founded to empower people to contribute to real, systemic climate solutions. They believe education is the most powerful tool in the fight against climate change.
The following table displays brief information about the competition:
|Education Level||Any (up to age 25)|
|Number of Awards||NA|
|Nationality||Domestic and International|
|Contest Deadline||August 10, 2022|
Who Is Eligible?
- Be a real person and at most 25 years old (proof of age may be required) and
- Not be their employee, officer or agent, or employee, officer or agent of any person or organization involved in the running of the Olympiad, and their relatives up to the second degree.
How to Apply?
Students who are eligible and want to take part in this competition should get themselves registered to their official portal. If the applicant is already a user, then he/she can directly login using credentials. After signing up, students can fill out their entry form by entering the required details in each field. Each person can participate up to 3 times plus one person they refer. All participants should click on the below link to start their registration.
Students must click on the below links to get some additional information about this competition.
- Semi-Finals Structure and Rules
- Example semi-finals problem set
- Tips and scoring rubric for semi-finalists
Students who get past the qualifiers, quarter-finals, semi-finals, and final stages will receive some awards and certifications. All participants entering into this competition will receive a certificate and top participants a special honor. Every Finalist will be awarded a Bronze Medal, and the top 20 and top 10 finalists will be awarded a Silver and Gold Medal, respectively. Also, the top teams will split the prize pool of $15,000. In finals, participants will write a proposal about a major climate-related issue and be interviewed by the judges. Participants entering into this competition will get to compete individually or in a team of two against youths from around the world to find solutions to climate change. This will be a great opportunity for all people to compete with the best competitors from all over the world, this will add an amazing experience to their lifetime and educational career.
All eligible applicants who are fascinated to take part in this competition should get themselves registered no later than August 10, 2022. Any delay in registering will lead them to disqualification from the competition.