The Climatelink 2021 Photo Contest invites participants of every age to submit their photographs that depict the human dimension of climate change, particularly social and economic responses to climate change. The theme of the contest is Climate Change and People: The Challenges and Opportunities. Anyone can participate in this program. The contest is open from June 1, 2021, to July 16, 2021. You can submit your entries in the stated period.
Taking part in the contest is an excellent opportunity to showcase your talent to the audience. You’ll get to know the harmful effects of climate change and look at the problem from a whole new perspective. The winning photograph will be featured in the Climatelinks communication, highlighted on the website’s topic pages, and showcased in Climatelink’s photo gallery. In addition, that one exceptionally unique photograph will get featured in the Office of Global Climate Change’s official 2022 calendar.
Climate links is a global knowledge portal for USAID staff, implementing partners, and the broader community working at the intersection of climate change and international development. The aim is to improve climate change and development programming, amplifying USAID’s investment into the future. The portal is the venue for knowledge sharing, implemented through Social Environment & Energy Knowledge (SEEK) Project.
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|Application Deadline||July 16, 2021|
Who is Eligible?
The Climatelinks 2021 Photo Contest is open to anyone and every one with great photos. No age or educational level needs to be qualified. You can be:
- Anyone from the Climatelinks community.
- Any individual or organization working in climate and development.
- Any USAID Staff.
- Any USAID Implementors.
- Anyone from the non-USAID Programs.
How to Apply?
For participating in the Climate Change and People: The Challenges and The Opportunities photo contest, you can submit up to 5 photographs that capture the human dimension of climate change, in particular, social and economic responses to global change. Examples include depictions of the link between climate change and:
- Conflict and migration
- Nature-based solutions
- Youth climate leaders and climate action champions
- Economic challenges and opportunities
- Adapting to climate and weather extremes
Note: Submit your photographs online.
The winning photos will be featured in Climatelinks communication, highlighted on the website’s topic pages, and showcased in Climatelink’s photo gallery. This is an excellent opportunity for budding photographers to showcase their talent to the world. Additionally, the winning photos will also be featured in the office of the Global Climate Change’s official 2022 calendar.
The contest is open from June 1, 2021, to July 16, 2021. You can submit your entries in the stated period. Photographs received after the deadline will be void.