Climate change through children's eyes can be seen on November 19 in Moscow

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The first International Children's Environmental Forum "Climate Change through Children's Eyes" will bring together more than 300 representatives from 16 countries. They were all finalists in a contest organized by Climate Security Fund in partnership with private companies and state organizations.
Children and teenagers from Russia, some CIS countries, China, Vietnam, India, Turkey, Greece, Germany, and Bulgaria submitted their works.

"The forum brings together children and teenagers from different cities and countries. Representatives of the younger generation get an opportunity to show their vision of the ecological situation in the country and the world, to offer alternative ways of solving environmental problems through art and scientific work," said Oleg Popov, President of the Climate Security Fund.

There are three stages of the contest. At the first and second stages, in the course of the year, children and teenagers from Russia and other countries submit their works on six categories:
  • drawing contest;
  • literature contest;
  • photo and film contest;
  • art objects contest;
  • costume contest;
  • scientific project and research work contest.
The final stage, during which the winners will be awarded, will take place in Moscow at the Environmental Forum. This year, the event will be held for the first time however, in future, the Forum will be an annual event on the environmental calender.

Additional information:

The final of the International Children's Environmental Forum "Climate Change Through Children's Eyes" will be held on November 19 in Moscow at "Arbat Hall" on Novy Arbat, 21, building 1. 1.

Detailed information on each of the nominations, general regulations and contest deadlines can be found on the website of Climate Security Fund.