The Climate Creatives Challenge #2 now is over!
The Climate Creatives Challenge 02 has been recently opened for entries with aim to help support new and novel approaches for communicating the impacts of climate change and the benefits of mitigation, adaptation and resilience.
The Climate Creatives Challenge 02 has been recently opened for entries!
This is a series of design competitions, the aim of which is to help support new and novel approaches for communicating the impacts of climate change and the benefits of mitigation, adaptation and resilience.
The question for this second challenge is: How can we communicate the impacts of climate change on a habitat and/or species and the benefits of mitigation, adaptation and resilience?
To encourage different types of creative communication, a broad range of types of entry can be submitted, including; Illustration, photos, video, poetry & prose, audio, sculpture.
The judges are looking for entrants to:
➜ Explore ways for communicating the topic that go beyond the traditional bounds / formats in which it's typically represented.
➜ Share 'place' based narratives that link to / showcase contextual stories and experiences.
➜ Consider how your entry to the challenge could connect with people and/or organisations that aren’t necessarily aware or engaged with this topic.
➜ Not just focus on the hazard, but also show actions that can be taken for adaptation and to change the consequences endured.
The challenge is open to; designers, filmmakers, architects, programmers, engineers, musicians, sculptors, illustrators, storytellers, scientists, ecologists, data visualisers, geographers, social scientists, environmentalists... anyone with a creative concept that could help communicate this theme. You don’t have to be a professional or in a team.
➜ 1st place: 1,000 GBP (approx. 1,225 USD)
➜ 2nd place: 750 GBP
➜ 3rd place: 500 GBP
and 250 GBP for each of the 20 commended entries.
Winning and commended entries will feature in an exhibition and within the second ‘Climate Creatives Challenge Compendium’.
There is no entry fee to participate!