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Delhi Greens Invites Entries for Photography and Essay Competition

Delhi Greens Invites Entries for Photography and Essay Competition

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They say words have the power to make things happen. And that a picture is worth a thousand words. In an attempt to harness both these powerful tools for environmental conservation, Delhi Greens invites citizens from across India to participate in Photography and Essay Competition. The Prize Winning Entries will be displayed and presented during the 4th Delhi Youth Summit on Climate Change (DYSoC 2018) to be held on 03-04 October 2018 at an in Collaboration with Miranda House, University of Delhi. Photography Competition The Theme of the Photography Competition are: Greenliness; or Green Cities; or Green in You(th) Any one of the above themes can be selected by interested individuals. Rules of the Photography Competition: Each individual can submit only one pho...
Last Call: Photo and Essay Competition to Commemorate Earth Day

Last Call: Photo and Essay Competition to Commemorate Earth Day

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Delhi Greens, in collaboration with Earth Day Network invites citizens from across India to participate in Photo and Essay Competition to commemorate Earth Day 2016. Photo Competition The theme of the Photo Competition is My Favourite Tree. The submitted photograph should depict any tree that you consider your favorite, or find most beautiful around you. The rules of the photography competition are as follows: The Photo Competition is open to all citizens of India only. The photograph/ image must be original and person submitting the photograph/ image must have clicked the photo/image her/himself. Each citizen can submit only one photo/ image to this competition. Entries will only be received online and must only be submitted as an email, which is sent to contact@delhig...
A Sense of Place: La Journal Essay Competition

A Sense of Place: La Journal Essay Competition

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A place comes into existence when humans give meaning to a part of the larger, undifferentiated space. Any time a location is identified or given a name, it is separated from the undefined space that surrounds it." - Yi- Fu Tuan Certain places have a sense of place due to a strong character and identity that is deeply felt by people who inhabit them and to those who visit such places. The character may be due to natural or cultural features or both. LA, Journal of Landscape Architecture announces an Essay Writing Competition 2010 themed on 'Sense of Place' for college and university students across India. The essay may communicate the tangible physical aspects of such place as well as the intangible experiential dimensions and how these can contribute to unique experiences and memories...
Prithvi Ratna: National Essay Writing Competition by WWF-India

Prithvi Ratna: National Essay Writing Competition by WWF-India

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Participate in the MoEF and WWF-India’s Essay Writing Competition and you can be a part of the International Convention on Climate Change in Copenhagen this year. MoEF and WWF-India has organised an Essay Writing Competition giving all young people a chance to be a part of the International Convention on Climate Change in Copenhagen this year. BE A PART OF THE CHANGE, BECOME A YOUNG CLIMATE GUARDIAN Topic of the ESSAY: You are India's future generation - How can you lead / influence the climate change challenge to ensure a sustainable future for the country and the planet? Entries can be submitted in BOTH English and Hindi Eligibility: Competition is open to all youth between the ages 16 to 21 years and residing in India Deadline: October 23, 2009 to submit the essay by registe
Mera India: Bridge the Gap Contest

Mera India: Bridge the Gap Contest

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Unnati Features and Women's Features Services invite the youth of India to take the challenge, and be the change! Enter the Mera India, Bridge the Gap contest By 2015, India has pledged to achieve the following eight Millennium Development Goals (MDGs): Eradicate extreme poverty and hunger Achieve universal primary education Promote gender equality and women’s empowerment by eliminating gender disparity in schools Reduce the child mortality rate Reduce the maternal mortality rate Combat HIV/AIDS, malaria and other diseases Ensure environment sustainability Develop global partnership for development As an Indian, your role should be to assess the shortcomings and challenges that lie before us, and be ready with ideas and innovation on how our country can achieve t
International Essay Contest for Young People 2009

International Essay Contest for Young People 2009

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The Goi Peace Foundation in Japan in collaboration with the United Nations Educational Scientific & Cultural Organisation (UNESCO) invite young people up to the age of 25 years to participate in the 2009 International Essay Contest themed on 'The role of science in building a better world'. The United Nations has designated 2001-2010 as the 'International Decade for a Culture of Peace and Non-Violence for the children of the World' and 2005-2014 as 'United Nations decade of Education for Sustainable Development'.  Scientific progress has brought many benefits to humanity, while some applications of science have adverse impacts. What kind of science and technology do you think is needed for realizing a more equitable, prosperous and sustainable world for all? Please express your
International Essay Competition on Climate Change

International Essay Competition on Climate Change

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WANTED: The Next Generation of ‘Green’ Entrepreneurs The World Bank and its partners invite youth between the age of 18 and 25 years of age, to share their ideas on: How does climate change affect you? How does climate change affect you, your country, town or local community? How do you think it will affect you in the future? Think about the consequences for employment, health, security and other areas of your life. How can you tackle climate change through youth-led solutions? What can you do, working together with your peers, to address the problem of climate change in your country, town or local community? Think specifically about the role of youth-led initiatives in the ‘green economy’. Climate change has been identified as one of the biggest global threats of our

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