Popular-Science Media Competition on Climate and Environment

Popular-Science Media Competition on Climate and Environment

Finalists of the Popular-Science Media Competition on Climate and Environment


Elena Shelyagina, Head of Urban Nature Direction, Moscow Circular project Project ‘Why should the city be green? Three ways to save biodiversity’


Anastasiya Khlyakina, Coordinator of Eco-Education Projects, Russian Climate Foundation Project ‘Travel notes from the shores of the Gulf of Finland: water and climate’


Anastasia Evdokimova, Correspondent, Omsk Television Company LLC Project ‘Sorting rules. Visiting "RazDelny Sbor" (St. Petersburg)’

Media coverage and publicity are important steps to increase public awareness and the importance of climate and environmental issues. Climate change, renewable energy technologies and decarbonization are just some of the topics that are being released in the media on a daily basis.

The Climate and Environment Science Media Competition is a way to present yourself and your publications at the international level and to draw attention to the issues covered.

The finalists of the competition will be invited to perform at the pitching session on 13 October 2021 at the Environment Platform of the third Eurasian Women’s Forum.

Competition is for women authors working in both social media and other forms of media on the topic of climate and the environment, including in the areas of reducing impact of human activities on climate and environment, adaptation to climate change, are invited to participate in the competition, technologies for decarbonization, waste reduction and industrial waste management, oil waste, water management, circular economy, sustainable cities, renewable energies, etc.

Applications are accepted until September 28, 2021.

To apply for participation in the competition, please, fill out the form below.

Acceptance of applications is over.