Launch Of ‘Speak Up’ Art Competition On Climate Change For Citizens Of CARIFORUM Countries
(Caribbean Community Climate Change Centre Press Release) McNab Design Ltd. (MDL) and the Caribbean Community Climate Change Centre (CCCCC) announce an Art Competition for citizens of CARIFORUM countries, using art as an instrument of communication in what is dubbed a “Speak Up” Campaign, aimed at boosting the voice of the Caribbean on climate change.
As a combination of island states and coastal territories, the Caribbean is a region most vulnerable to climate change, especially with our collective reliance on tourism and/or nature-based economies. This art contest is an activity for the project “Enhancing Climate Resilience in CARIFORUM Countries,” an initiative of the ACP Group of States funded by the European Union.
All CARIFORUM artists aged three years and older are called to submit original artwork that answers the questions: “How has climate change aﬀected me? What is my message to the world on Caribbean climate change?” Entries will be evaluated based on: creativity, composition and clarity, theme interpretation, boldness, and issue impact.
Read more at: Caribbean Community Climate Change Centre