APAN wants you to take your best shot and show us: "How do you see climate change adaptation in your life?"
- Mainstreaming and Transformative Change
- Development and the Food-Water-Energy Nexus
- Disaster Risk Reduction and Human Security
- Forestry, Biodiversity and Ecosystems Change
- Cities with an Emphasis on Coastal Development and Sea-Level Rise
The APAN Photo Contest 2014 begins on 28 July 2014.
Send us up to 3 of your best shots based on your interpretation of any of the 5 themes. They are somewhat technical – we understand. But your challenge is to submit photo(s) that accurately reflect the meaning of these themes – in other words, demonstrate what climate change adaptation is through imagery.
The Judging Panel will select the Grand Prize winner and he or she will receive US$500 and the opportunity for his or her photo(s) to be showcased in APAN publications. Second and third prize winners will receive US$250 and US$100 respectively. The Contest ends 1 September 2014.
Want to be your own judge?
On 8 September 2014, view the top 10 photos entered at: https://www.facebook.com/asiapacificadaptationnetwork
Vote for your favorite picture and share them with family and friends. Public voting period ends 22 September 2014. The photo with the most votes will be named the APAN Photo Contest 2014 Popular Choice Award winner and receive US$250.
Visit the APAN Photo Contest 2014 webpage to find out more: http://www.asiapacificadapt.net/adaptationforum/2014/photo-contest
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