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Greening the Blue - World Environment Day campaign 2013

Deadline is 5 June, 2013

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Greeningtheblue2013On 5 June, individuals and organizations around the world will be getting involved with activities to promote this year’s theme: food waste.

Greening the Blue is encouraging UN staff and others around the world to celebrate World Environment Day by making a pledge to reduce their foodprints!

Staff can make up their pledge or borrow one from the website.


Deadline is 1 May, 2013

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c4c-logoConnect4Climate (C4C) has launched iChange: a video competition for students from all over the world to create sharp 30-second video messages about climate change!

C4C, launched by the World Bank, the Italian Ministry of Environment, and the Global Environment Facility (GEF) is a global partnership program dedicated to climate change communication.

UNEP Leftover Recipe Competition

Deadline is 26 May, 2013

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UNEP Leftover Recipe CompetitionThe United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) through its GreenUp! initiative has launched a competition that asks global citizens to show their love for leftovers, and submit a recipe that they use to clean out the fridge.

Love your leftovers aims at making a meaningful contribution to UNEP's new global campaign called 'Think.Eat.Save - Reduce Your Foodprint' to reduce food waste and food losses around the world.

UPU - 2013 International letter-writing competition for young people

Deadline is 30 April, 2013

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UPUwater-compThe theme is: "Write someone a letter explaining why water is a precious resource".

The 2013 theme ties in with the International Decade for Action "Water for Life" 2005–2015.

Water serves a multitude of different purposes, and it is vital that we preserve this precious natural resource. Access to water is essential to ensuring the health and well-being of humans and the protection of nature.

Young people up to the age of 15 years may take part in the competition.

ITF International Poster Competition 2013 – 2014

Deadline is 30 April, 2013

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30April-compStudents of art and design from participating countries will be invited to submit original posters on the theme “Keeping the Memory Alive – Journeys through the Holocaust” in keeping with the 2014 designated theme of the United Nations Holocaust and Outreach Programme.

The 12 highest ranking posters will enjoy high-profile display around the world. Prizes will be awarded for winning designs and the posters will be exhibited extensively.

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