This contest is a global search launched by Rare, Conservation International, National Geographic, The Nature Conservancy the United Nations Development Programme and the World Wildlife Fund, aiming to identify successful efforts that are inspiring and enabling people to change the way they consume – the way they cook, eat, dispose of waste, purchase goods, travel, and more.
Submit your efforts to Solution Search for the chance to win $25,000, gain international exposure, and expand your potential partner and donor networks! Click here to apply by August 7, 2018. An early entry prize of $5,000 will be awarded to the best entry received by June 1, 2018.
What people eat, what they buy and what they use contributes directly to climate change. In just eight months, humans consume what the earth can sustainably produce in a single year. Nearly two-thirds of global emissions are linked to both direct and indirect forms of human consumption. Promoting sustainable behaviors holds enormous potential for reducing global greenhouse gas emissions and protecting the Earth on which we all depend. Climate change needs behavior change.
What could these solutions look like? Strategies and efforts that apply behavior change insights to inspire and enable people to:
Help us demonstrate that just as people are the cause of environmental challenges, they are also the solution.
Submit an entry, or if you know of someone doing great work, you can nominate them. Visit Solution Search: Climate Change Needs Behavior Change today!