According to Secretary-General of the United Nations António Guterres, carbon neutrality by 2050 is the most urgent mission that the world should accomplish. Carbon neutrality, which is essential to respond to climate change, is not an assignment to a certain country or a certain person.
In this respect, the Educational Association of Software Empowerment (EASE), the host of the 6th Global Youth Environmental Essay Competition, has chosen “Climate Change and Carbon Neutrality” as this year’s essay topic. They hope that the competition provides a special opportunity for youth to study climate change by themselves and motivate them to further engage in various climate actions to achieve this goal in democratic way.
You, a teenager and a future leader, can make meaningful contributions by your writing.
- 50 awardees will be selected and awarded by Korea’s Minister of Education, Korea’s Minister of Foreign Affairs, Korea’s Minister of Environment, Las Vegas Mayor Carolyn Goodman, Mayor Pro Tem Alison Alter (Texas Austin), Council Member Leslie Pool (Texas Austin), and more
- No entry fee
- Middle and high school students from any country
- Grades between 7th and 12th in the U.S. education system or equivalent on July 30, 2022 (Last year, students from 42 countries participated in.)
Submit your essay through the competition online entry form given on the Apply Now link.
Application Deadline: July 30, 2022Application ClosedOfficial link