Submission deadline: 15 of November, 2012 118 days left First prize
In the run-up to the United Nations Conference on Climate Change (COP18) in Qatar this December 2012, the Voices4Climate Photo/Video/Music Video Competition invites young people from the ages of 18 to 35 to submit photos and videos relating to climate change.
· Undergraduate level
· Graduate level
· Postgraduate level
· MBA Student
· High School Students regions
Entries that do not relate to one of these categories will not be accepted. Photos submitted as Entries should also have short captions (150 words or less), preferably in English. Videos (60 seconds or less) may be submitted in any language, but English or French subtitles are highly encouraged. Music Videos (between 60 seconds and five minutes in length) may be submitted in any language. The website is in English; however Entries in other languages can be submitted. Deadline: The deadline for entries for the Voices4Climate Challenge is 11:59pm EST, December 1 2012
Rules for Submission:
•Voices4Climate photo, video, and music video submissions must be created by and owned by the entrant
•Voices4Climate photo, video, and music video submissions must tell a climate change story related to one of these seven categories: Jobs, Agriculture, Energy, Forests, Gender, Health, and Water
•Video and Music videos entries must be three hundred (300) seconds or less and may be recorded in any language, but English or French subtitles are highly encouraged
•Users may submit more than one photo, video and/or music video entry in multiple categories; however the same entry may not be submitted to multiple categories.
•Solar backpacks, digital still/video cameras, computer tablets, and portable DVD players.
•Photo Competition: Prizes will be given to a first, second, and third-place winner in each of the six photo categories, in each age group
•Video Competition: Prizes will be given to a first, second, and third place winner in each age group
•Music Video Competition: Prizes
•People’s Choice Award: One winner, determined by greatest number of votes, will be given the People’s Choice prize
•Power of the photograph, video, or music video and its caption or narrative (includes creativity and the story the photo, video, or music video tells related to climate change and the relevant competition category) (33.33%);
The External Judging Panel will select sixty-four (64) Contestants whose photo, video, and music video entries earn the highest overall score to win the following prizes. In the event of a tie, the winner will be selected based on the criteria described in (1), then (2), and finally (3). If there is still a tie then the winner will be selected based on a vote by the External Judging Panel.
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