The future of the environment is all around us. Share scenes from your neighbourhood that represent futures that you want (or don’t want) in relation to the environment. What do you hope to see, or not see, in your future?
Format: photo essay
Explore your neighbourhood. Take pictures of scenes or things you like and want to see more of in the future, or scenes or things you dislike and want to see less of in the future.
Choose the photo(s) you want to use in the competition. Each photo essay should contain a minimum of one (1) photo or a maximum of three (3) photos.
For each entry, describe in no more than 150 words what you like (or dislike) about the image(s), and why you want to see more (or less) of it in the future.
1. Open to youth of all nationalities, aged 13 to 25 and residing in Malaysia.
2. Your submission(s) must be centred around the competition’s theme of Climate and the Environment.
3. Stay safe! Follow the SOPs and protect everyone from COVID-19.
4. If your pictures include anyone’s faces, don’t forget to get their consent to be used in your entry!
5. If you’re taking pictures far from home, to be safe, go with a parent, adult guardian, or friend/companion. Always tell a parent/adult where you want to go and what time you expect to be back. Be safe!
6. You may submit as many entries as you like!
7. Please ensure that the submission adheres to the Terms and Conditions of the competition.
1. This category is open to youth of all nationalities, aged 13 to 25 and residing in Malaysia.
2. Applications must be submitted via the online form by 31 October 2021, 11:59 p.m. Malaysia time (GMT+8).
3. Submit no more than three (3) photos. The photos should ideally be in .JPG, .JPEG, or .PNG format.
4. Each file must not exceed 10MB and be accompanied by a text description of the collection of photos that is no more than 1,000 characters (roughly 150 words).
5. Make sure that you save the photos in the highest quality setting allowed within the 10MB limit for each photo.
6. Your descriptive text must either be in English or standard Bahasa Malaysia.
7. Optional: a descriptive text in, or using words of, another local language (e.g., Mandarin, Tamil, Iban, Bajau, Murut, etc.) or dialect in Malaysia (e.g., Kelantanese, Sabahan, Northern, etc.), aside from English or standard Bahasa Malaysia. Extra marks will be awarded for this optional descriptive text.Submit Your Entry Now