Climate change affects nearly every aspect of our lives, livelihoods, our health and our future. It is important for young people to understand how the climate is changing, so that we can prepare for the future.
It’s time to cut carbon and improve health in our cities!
How have your health and wellbeing been affected by climate change?
What are the solutions to the effects of climate change in your city?
What does an ‘IDEAL URBAN FUTURE’ look like to you?
(One in which the causes and effects of climate change have been
ELIGIBILITY: 13 – 35 YEARS
1st- £500 2nd - £300 3rd - £200
SUBMISSION DEADLINE: 30 January 2024, 23:59 (UTC)
WINNER ANNOUNCEMENT: 15 February 2024
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TERMS & CONDITIONS1.Entries are restricted to one person per entry. 2.Total entries will be shortlisted by the Art of Health team in agreement with Children, Cities and Climate. 3.The competition will have a winner, first runner up and second runner. These winners will be established by a voting process by a panel of judges selected by Children, Cities and Climate. 4.The competition winner decision is final. 5.No correspondence about the competition judgement will be entered into with anyone other than the winners. 6.Children, Cities and Climate will not be liable for any loss or damage arising from your entry in the competition or from your enjoyment from any prize you may win. 7.Children, Cities and Climate reserves the right at any time to cancel, change or replace the competition, including alteration of the prizes, if in its discretion, it considers that the competition cannot be conducted as is set out in these terms and conditions or for any reason beyond its control. 8.Any questions, complaints or comments about the promotion can be made in writing and sent to the following email address: email@example.com 9.By submitting a competition entry, participants of the competition give Children, Cities and Climate and its partners permission to use, free of charge, any received art, photos, videos or contributions linked to the competition, to be used in promotional activities relating to the competition and in relation to the announcement of the winner through all media including radio, television and the internet. 10.At the request of Children, Cities and Climate, the competition participants have the option to cooperate in promotional activities of the Ideal Urban Futures Competition, including publicity regarding the announcements of the winners across all media (radio, television, internet). 11.For cooperating with these promotional activities, no financial compensation shall be expected to be paid. 12.The competition participants are obliged to provide accurate, current and complete information when participating in this competition. 13.Children, Cities and Climate may request a winner, before presenting the award/prize to provide proof of their identity. 14.Parental consent will need to be granted by a parent or guardian for any underage (under 18 years of age) participants whose work is to be showcased by Children, Cities and Climate. 15.The prizes are awarded in their current state. 16.Children, Cities and Climate will not be responsible for any visible or hidden defects in the prize nor for any damage during handing over of the prize. 17.Prize money transfer will be carried out via established international money transfers only. Should you be unable to receive money through these channels an alternative recipient will need to be provided. 18.Children, Cities and Climate is only responsible for the transfer of funds to this recipient and will not take any responsibility to any loss or damages to prizes after they have reached their agreed destination. 19.Children, Cities and Climate is in no way responsible for any problems or defects arising from the use of the website, social media pages, other online platforms and/or downloading any components whatsoever in relation to the competition. 20.Entries must be created wholly by the person submitting the piece. Artificial Intelligence (AI) generated artwork/ videos and similar means of art generation will not be eligible. Children, Cities and Climate has the right to disqualify participants if they believe that participants are not acting in conformity with general or specific terms and conditions of this competition, or if the participant is otherwise fraudulently accessing the competition or unfairly influencing the course of the competition. 21.Children, Cities and Climate is entitled to, at its discretion and without notice, change or modify these terms and conditions specific to the promotion for the duration of the promotion and without giving reasons to discontinue, modify or adapt the competition for reasons of its own without any obligation to compensate any damages on behalf of the participant. 22.Any changes or adaptations within the competition will be made public in an appropriate manner. 23.Any person trying to circumvent the entry process by any method, including through the use of multiple names, phone numbers, home addresses will be disqualified along with any other suspected entries.
2021 – THE BREATHE IN COMPETITION
Young people have a key role to play in driving action to achieve net-zero cities and design healthy, sustainable cities of the future in Zimbabwe. The Art of Health Competition in collaboration with the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine Centre on Climate Change and Planetary Health and the Children, Cities and Climate project called on talented young Zimbabweans to submit design or music entries under the theme: “The air we breathe in Zimbabwe’s cities”. The competition served as a platform for them to express how they felt about the city they live in, the air they breathe, and the potential benefits that improving air quality could have on the health and well-being of young Zimbabweans.
Winning entries were presented to global audiences at the Conference of Youth (COY16) which took place in Glasgow, Scotland in October 2021. COY16 took place just before COP26, the UN Climate Change conference in November 2021, and brought together thousands of young changemakers from more than 140 countries to discuss pressing climate issues.