This website uses its own and third-party cookies. Some of these cookies are used to develop analytical statistics of visits to the webpage, others to manage advertising or even others are necessary for the correct management of the site. If you continue to browse or click in accept we consider you accept the conditions for their use. You can get more information, or learn how to change the settings in our cookies policy?
Versión Española Versión Mexicana Ibercampus English Version Version française Versione italiana

12/8/2020  
    Ibercampus  | Editorial Board | Who we are | Ideology | Contact | Advertising rates | Subscription | RSS RSS
Policies
Inclusion policies
R&D
Employment
Economics
Culture
Green strategies
Health
Society and consumer
Sports
Debates
Interviews
Education
Grants & internships
Training
Trends
Enterprises & CSR
 Enterprises & CSR
ACNUR
AEGON
AIR LIQUIDE
ALCATEL-LUCENT
ALLIANZ
ARCELORMITTAL
ASIFIN
ASSICURAZIONI GENERALI
AXA
BANCO SANTANDER
BASF
BAYER
BBVA
BNP PARIBAS
CARREFOUR
DAIMLER AG
DEUTSCHE BANK
DEUTSCHE BÖRSE
DEUTSCHE TELEKOM
E.ON
ENEL
ENI
FORTIS
FRANCE TÉLÉCOM
GROUPE DANONE
IBERDROLA
INDITEX
ING GROUP
INTESA SANPAOLO
L'ORÉAL
LVMH
MUNICH RE
NOKIA
PHILIPS
RENAULT
REPSOL YPF
RWE
SAINT GOBAIN
SANOFI-AVENTIS
SAP AG
SCHNEIDER ELECTRIC
SIEMENS AG
SOCIÉTÉ GÉNÉRALE
SUEZ
TELECOM ITALIA
TELEFÓNICA
TOTAL S.A.
UNICREDIT
UNILEVER
VINCI
VIVENDI
VOLKSWAGEN

GREEN STRATEGIES
Poster competition

Greenpeace organises a Save the Artic contest


Greenpeace Nordic is organising a contest of posters. The theme of the competition is the Arctic and is open to creative interpretation. he chosen 3 winners will be awarded a trip to the Arctic, to the Norwegian island of Svalbard.
Ibercampus 28/4/2016 Send to a friend
Comparte esta noticia en TwitterFacebookTwitterdel.icio.usYahooRSS
Greenpeace Nordic (Föreningen Greenpeace Norden) is organising an international competition which is open to anybody. The theme of the competition is the Arctic and is open to creative interpretation. By submitting a poster to the competition, you affirm that you are its creator or that you are entitled to submit it to the competition. You can enter the competition by uploading a poster through our website www.savethearctic.org/poster. The theme is the Arctic.

The Arctic is one of the world’s least explored ecosystems, sitting at the top of our planet. Life that has been sustained under the ice surrounding Svalbard, Norway is still a mystery to us. We as humans have walked on the moon but are still unfamiliar to what lies in the depths of the Arctic Ocean.

As sea ice melts due to climate change, more and more of the frozen North is exposed. This means easy access to what’s long been protected under the ice. Recently, destructive fishing fleets have followed the receding ice and moved further and further north. They are now starting to push into the inaccessible areas of the Arctic that used to be covered by sea ice for most of the year.

The destructive fishing fleets use bottom trawling - a method of fishing which involves dragging a trawl (a type of net) along the seabed, scraping an abundance of life from the depths of the ocean. Weighted with heavy metal rollers, the nets smash and crush everything, including centuries-old corals and other bottom fauna like sea-pens and sponges that give life, food and shelter to a vast numbers of species.

With climate change accelerating the loss of sea ice and no legislation to stop the advance of industrial exploitation into this vulnerable ecosystem, both the industry venturing north and the Norwegian government will ultimately be responsible for the future of this area.

But it’s not too late. The Arctic movement is growing every day and we can use the power of our movement to stand up for this fragile and unique ecosystem, and protect it before it’s lost. By highlighting that the lack of protection is exposing one of the world’s most amazing, unique places to devastation by destructive fishing fleets, we can make the urgent need for protection to decision makers around the world. By shining a light on this rare, magical ecosystem, we can help keep destructive fishing fleets away and convince the decision makers that this incredible place needs to be protected, forever.

The contest is organised by Greenpeace Nordic (Föreningen Greenpeace Norden).

The theme of the competition is the Arctic and is open to creative interpretation. "It can be of landscapes, people, animals, corals, or the unknown mysteries that lie below the sea. Find inspiration and use your creative imagination! If you want to make a large mural and take a photo to submit – feel free as well".

The poster must be submitted in one of the following file formats: JPEG or PNG.The chosen 3 winners will be awarded a trip to the Arctic, to the Norwegian island of Svalbard.

Rules can be find out in the the Website

POSTER CONTEST

  1. Draw, paint, or design a portrait format poster of the Arctic
  2. Upload it, share & collect votes
  3. Get a chance as one of three winners to travel to the Arctic with Greenpeace!
The contest is open for submission from 7 March to 30 April. At the end of the day on 30 April, the contest will no longer accept submissions, but the webpage will be open until 10 May for public voting. On 10 May, the voting will close. On 12 May a panel of judges will select the 3 winners and they will be contacted immediately.

Other issues Green strategies
European climate emergency: EU should commit to net-zero greenhouse gas emissions by 2050
EU Parliament and Council agree drastic cuts to plastic pollution of environment
European Commission announces 16 Young Leaders who will take part of the EU Development Days
5 June: World Environment Day
Finland innovates with digital ´climate game´ to focus youth on the planet
Who is eating who? How climate change is modifying fish predator prey interactions
Megacities at high risk due to climate change, study says
Europe back plans to boost recycling and cut landfilling
Commission reports on progress under global commitments for sustainable urban development
Students more engaged and attentive following outdoor lesson in nature, study finds

Subscribe free to our newsletter
Vanity Fea
Economic consequences of the pandemic
José Ángel García Landa
Human Capital
Mobilizing commitment around change
Marta Santos Romero
We can all be leaders
VIDEOCOMMUTING A NEW ORGANIZATIONAL REALITY THAT POSITIVELY IMPACTS EMPLOYEES
Mar Souto Romero
Financial inclusion
Financial Education For All!
Carlos Trias
Brusselian Lights
European elections (I): which words are more used in the European political manifestos?
Raúl Muriel Carrasco
Humor and Political Communication
Comisión de Arbitraje, Quejas y Deontología (Spain) (3) You can´t be too careful
Felicísimo Valbuena
Want your own blog? Want to be read by universities?
Find out here
Books
"Tthe study of human behaviour was political from the beginning"
The EU "An Obituary"
Startup Cities "Why Only a Few Cities Dominate the Global Startup Scene"
Blockchain Revolution "How the Technology Behind Bitcoin and Cryptocurrency Is Changing the World "
Doughnut Economics "Seven Ways to Think Like a 21st-Century Economist "
The People vs Tech "How the Internet Is Killing Democracy"
Theses and dissertations
1 Economic consequences of the pandemic
Legal Advise | Privacy Policy | Editorial Board | Who we are | Ideology | Contact | Advertising rates | RSS RSS