Application Deadline: March 31st 2021
The #SumItUp competition invites you to use your authentic voice to present a one minute video reflection or unleash your creativity to present a unique visual infographic of what happened in one of the #Youth4ClimateLive Series episodes.
Each sum-up should communicate key takeaways from the episode of your choosing rather than a general summary.
The #Youth4ClimateLive Series has a total of 9 episodes. Each episode looks at climate action through a different angle, whether it be nature-based solutions or youth action, and as such, each episode will have unique key takeaways! All you have to do is pick an episode that resonates with you and… #SUMITUP!
The #Youth4ClimateLive Series is launching the #SumItUp competition with an opportunity for YOU to win a chance to participate in the Youth4Climate: Driving Ambition event in Milan ahead of the 2021 Pre-COP26, as well as have your creative work promoted!
#SumItUp is a climate education competition that calls for young creators to peak their mind and share their creative work!
If you are a climate advocate or creative young person between the age of 15 to 29, then this competition is for you!
The #SumItUp competition will remain open for submissions from now until March 31, 2021.
The winners of #SumItUp competition will have a chance to take part in #Youth4Climate: Driving Ambition ahead of Pre-COP26 in Milan!
HOW TO GET INVOLVED? It’s simple!
- Register and attend the monthly #Youth4ClimateLive virtual events (or watch online at Youth4Climate.Live).
- Create a #SumItUp visual representation or video message that captures the essence, ideas, and outcomes of one of the #Youth4ClimateLive Series episodes of your choosing.
- Submit & share your #SumItUp on social media using the hashtag!
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Not Sure How to #SumItUp?
Well, imagine you are in a room full of people who haven’t seen any Youth4ClimateLive episodes; your goal is to create a video or infographic that sums up what they need to know from the episode you’ve selected. See below for more inspo!
A video message aims to convey the main takeaways and themes from the episode through your words. It should be no longer than 1 minute, and can be as creative or simple as you’d like for it to be!
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