#change4future: The National Climate Change Competition is back!

Register for the National Climate Change Competition 2014!

Organised by the National Climate Change Secretariat (NCCS), this year’s theme brings to the fore that our climate is changing due to human activities, and there is a need for us to act together to address climate change, and learn to deal with the changing climate that affects us and the environment we live in.

Participants need to submit a 3-minute video on the theme #change4future to stand to win up to $5,000 in cash prizes. Check out last year’s submissions to get inspired!

Register before 22 April at www.nccc.gov.sg

There are four categories:

  • Open Category
  • Schools Category, which include:
  1. Primary Schools
  2. Secondary Schools and Junior Colleges
  3. Institutes of Higher Learning (ITEs, Polytechnics and Universities)

Do take part, and please spread the word!

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