Young Environmentalist Competition

All entries and entry form to be submitted to Rotary Club by 31st January 2023.

This contest is looking for people like young people, who care about the planet.

Entrants will have the opportunity to present unique solutions to environmental problems, from waste management to climate change, and change how we look at the environment.

Students can enter as a team or as an individual and channel their skills to address some of today's environmental challenges.

Submissions are in project form and must show your ingenious way of tackling the issue set in the brief.

Project work will go through a local club stage first, followed by the district heats and then, if chosen, on to the national final. 

Aims and Objectives

The competition aims to encourage young people to:

- interact with the environment
- address serious environmental issues
- develop and explore solutions to the issues
- explore, investigate, research and undertake an environmental sustainability project

Who can take part?

The competition is open to all schools and college communities and those who are home educated, along with any other young peoples’ community organisations, for example, community RotaKids, community Interact, Scout Groups, Girl Guides, Church Groups etc.

There are three age groups:

Junior - 7 to 10 years old 
Intermediate - 11 to 13 years old
Senior - 14 to 17 years old

Entrants must not exceed the upper age parameter for each group on 31 August 2022.

Please note that entries and supporting information sent electronically must not exceed 15Mb per email sent.

Entry Form: - 2022-2023-Young-Environmentalist-Entry-Form.docx

All entries and entry form to be submitted to Rotary Club by 31st January 2023.

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