Climate Adaptation Award
The climate is changing and there is very little we can do to stop the temperature from rising. We can, however, adapt to the consequences of climate change (climate adaptation). How do you see society in a climate-proof Netherlands in 2100, and how will this affect the spatial, economic and social organization? Have you got some good ideas about this? If so, enter the Citizen Climate Adaptation Award 2021. The competition is open to individuals and groups of a maximum of four.
What do you need to do?
Write a paper, make a video, build a model or find another creative way to convey your idea. Send in your entry before 7 January 2021 to cf-board rug.nl. If your entry is too big for the digital mailbox, you can post it to RUG/Campus Fryslân, Wirdumerdijk 34, 8911 CE Leeuwarden.
The award ceremony will take place on Saturday 23 January 2021 in Leeuwarden. During this day several activities will take place in the context of the international climate summit for climate adaptation, including a visit by Ban Ki-Moon to Campus Fryslân.
What can you win?
In the category 15 till 18 years old:
• First prize: €500.
• Second prize: €250.
• Third prize: €100.
In the category 19 till 24 years old:
• First prize: €1,000.
• Second prize: €500.
• Third prize: €250.
Citizen Climate Adaptation Award
The Citizen Climate Adaptation Award, in honor of the work of former Dijkgraaf Paul van Erkelens, made possible by Wetterskip Fryslân and RUG/Campus Fryslân, is a citizen science prize that will be awarded once every 2 years from 2020 to residents of the Netherlands aged 15- 24 years that distinguish themselves in putting forward practical measures for climate adaptation. The purpose of this Citizen Climate Adaptation Award is to create awareness around the theme of climate adaptation and to encourage young people to explore solutions.
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