Climate Outreach Climate Communications Awards, deadline 4 October
30 September 2019
Public Engagement - awards
To celebrate Climate Outreach's 15th birthday they are hosting awards. There are four award categories seek to champion climate communications work from around the world that helps share, understand, show and communicate climate change. Each comes with a £1000 cash prize.
Awards Ceremony on 7 November 2019 at the Sheldonian in Oxford, UK.
The four categories are:
- Climate Change Public Engagement Award
- Climate Communications Research Award
- Climate Visuals Photography Award
- Climate Change Communicator of the Year Award - Peoples' Choice Award
The awards for Climate Change Public Engagement, Climate Communications Research and Climate Visuals Photography will each be assessed by an expert judging panel. The award for Climate Change Communicator of the Year will be put to a public vote and the winner will gain the prestige of winning the people's vote.
How can you participate?
- Apply for one or more of the first three award categories.
- Let an organisation or individual you think should apply know about these awards.
- Nominate someone for the Climate Change Communicator of the Year award, which will be decided by a people’s vote.
- Attend the Awards Ceremony - please join us to celebrate the best new work building awareness of climate change around the world. Book your ticket(s) to attend the Awards ceremony here.
The deadline to apply for an award or nominate someone for the people's vote award is Friday 4 October 2019, 1 pm BST.
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