NCCF Invites Entries for Logo Making Contest for Carbon Registry

The Network for Certification and Conservation of Forests (NCCF), a non profit organisation, invites entries for Logo Making Contest for its flagship programme, Carbon Registry-India (CR-I). The selected logo from this Logo Making Contest will become the official logo of the programme.

CR-I is a project-based carbon offset voluntary mechanism being put together by the NCCF which will incentivise GHG emission reductions. The logo needs to follow the theme of CR-I and should include the acronym ‘CR-I’.

The contest is open to Indian Nationals and citizens of other countries, provided that the participation in the contest does not lead to breach of any law of the foreign country.

Entries are being accepted in the following format: .jpeg, .jpg, .png, .tiff in 300 dpi resolution with the maximum file size of 5 MB. 10. A mix of calligraphy and digital impressions can be used to design the logo. Once an entry is shortlisted, the participant will be informed to submit a vector format of the entry to NCCF.

Entry made by the participant shall be original work of the individual and not copy of work of a person (living or dead) and/or a legal entity, defined as per the law of the participant’s country. He/she shall hold exclusive right to usage of the entry without permission and/or consent of any other person or legal entity. Participant shall ensure that entry submitted has not won any prizes or recognition earlier.

The contest is open to persons of all ages. However, if the participant is under the age of 18 years, proof of consent from the guardian may be required. Winner of the contest shall be announced on the NCCF website and subsequently he/she shall be contacted via e-mail.

Last date for applying to this Contest is August 10, 2019 and the winning prize is INR 21,000.

Click here to apply for this contest and read further information.

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