In the run-up to the United Nations Conference on Climate Change (COP 18) in Qatar this December 2012, the Voices4Climate Photo/Video/Music Video Competition invited young people, ages 13-35, from all over the world to submit photos, videos, and music videos that tell powerful climate change stories. More than 1000 submissions were received from 116 countries addressing questions such as: how is climate change affecting your country? Your community? You, your friends, and your family? Do you have a cool idea for a local solution?
The photo, video, and music video entries must tell a climate change story related to one of these eight categories:
1) Agriculture, 2) Energy, 3) Forests, 4) Gender, 5) Health, 6) Water, 7) Jobs and the Green Economy, 8) Cities.
See all the more than 1000 entries in our Facebook App.
Browse the music video enteries on our YouTube Playlist.
Full list of winners
The full list of winners has been published on our blog - see the winning submissions and thank you messages in the presentation below and see some pictures of the winners with their prizes.
The competition began in August, 2012. The winners were celebrated at the World Bank Right Here Right Now event, March 1, 2013 - see the full ceremony below.
Music video winners will have the opportunity to spend a day with MTV editors in New York or London and have their music videos featured on MTV’s ‘Voices’ platform.
Voices4Climate Photo/Video/Music Video Competition participants had to be between 13 to 35 years of age. Prizes for 1st, 2nd, and 3rd are awarded in each category, as well as a popular prize and a special prize.