Call for Entries: International photo contest dedicated to climate change and ozone layer protection
Professional and amateur photographers from all over the world are invited to participate in the International Photo Contest, dedicated to climate change and protection of ozone layer, which will be held from July 10 to September 11, 2017.
The photo contest is held in two categories: "Climate change in my eyes" and "Ozone layer and Me".
To participate, it is necessary to fill out the application form and send it together with a photo to e-mail email@example.com until August 15, 2017. Participation in both categories (by one photo for each category) is allowed.
Show us and tell us through your photos what the world struggle for the protection of the ozone layer means to you, what impact the depletion of ozone layer has on human health and the environment, and what measures are being undertaken in your country.
Through the photos, you might also wish to express your creative vision of the most pressing problem of nowadays - global climate change. Capture the moments that inform about the environmental challenge louder than words, show how climate change has affected the quality and standard of living of people, what are the consequences of climate change for humanity. Perhaps you might also demonstrate that struggle against climate change is not a burden at the time of tremendous opportunity for every country in the world.
Organizers of the International Photo Contest:
- State Committee of the Republic of Uzbekistan for Ecology and Environmental Protection;
- Center of Hydrometeorological Service under the Ministry of Emergency Situations of the Republic of Uzbekistan;
- UNDP in Uzbekistan;
- Joint Project of UNDP in Uzbekistan, Center for Hydrometeorological Service under the Ministry of Emergency Situations of the Republic of Uzbekistan and UN Environment “Green Climate Fund Readiness Programme in Uzbekistan”;
- Joint Project of UNDP in Uzbekistan, State Committee of the Republic of Uzbekistan for Ecology and Environmental Protection and the Global Environment Facility “Initial Implementation of Accelerated Hydrochlorofluorocarbons (HCFC) Phase Out in the Countries with Economies in Transition (CEIT) – Uzbekistan”;
In partnership with:
- Istanbul Regional Hub of United Nations Development Programme;
- OzonAction Branch of UN Environment.
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