Click4climate Photo contest by Asian development bank

Click4climate photo contest

Climate change may well be the greatest challenge of our age and the Asian Development Bank (ADB) today kicked off an online Click4climate Photo contest to find the best images representing the impacts of climate change on the people and environments in Asia and the Pacific.

MANILA, PHILIPPINES – Climate change may well be the greatest challenge of our age and the Asian Development Bank (ADB) today kicked off an online photo contest to find the best images representing the impacts of climate change on the people and environments in Asia and the Pacific. “It is said that a picture is worth a thousand words so we are inviting all amateur photographers to give us their visual take on climate change, which affects all of us in many different ways,” said Satinder Bindra, Principal Director of ADB’s Department of External Relations. “In December, countries from around the world will be making decisions on our planet’s future in Paris, France and it is important leaders get our views on this crucial issue.” The #Click4Climate contest asks participants to submit images on the topic of: “How is the Changing Climate Affecting You?” ADB is looking for creative images from everyday life here in Asia and the Pacific, with a caption, in English, of no more than 100 words to explain the meaning behind the photo. The contest is open to all non-professional photographers, of any age and in any location. Images must be taken personally by the photographer, be not previously published, and depict a scene in Asia and the Pacific. Contestants can submit as many photos as they like.

Award:-1st – iPhone6 (with 16 GB) or cash equivalent 2nd,3rd prize: iPadmini (with 16 GB) or cash equivallent

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