#Decarbonize: Youth Art for Climate Change
CALLING ALL ARTISTS! We need your voice and art expression for our #Decarbonize #Decolonize Climate Change Project.
Join over 100,000 youth from across the planet as we take our artwork and videos to the United Nations Climate Change Conference in Bonn, Germany, this November, 2017! Share your artistic perspective of climate change on Indigenous populations in Canada and around the globe.
Need a starting point? Refer to these questions to help get the creative juices flowing!
1) Do all cultures experience climate change in the same ways?
2) What is the impact of climate change and colonization on Indigenous communities within your country?
3) What can we do to help slow the process of climate change?
To learn how to submit your artwork, watch our short helper video.
Promote this contest to your networks with the Climate Change in our Backyard PosterA project of TakingITGlobal, The Centre for Global Education, Polar Bear International, Great Barrier Reef and Vancouver Aquariums
Chance to win 1 of 3 iPads!
Youth in grades K - 12
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