NOAA’s “Picture Climate Change” Student Photo Contest – Feb 15
Calling all 5th through 12th grade students! The National Oceanic Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) has launched the “Picture Climate Change” student photo contest and is looking for images showing climate change in the United States. Show NOAA how climate change is impacting your community.
What is this photo contest about?
How has climate change impacted you? Your family? Your school? Your community? We want to hear and see your climate impact stories through your eyes. In what ways has your landscape, wildlife, or way of life changed due to climate shifts?
To enhance our understanding of the diverse ways climate change impacts people and places around the United States, NOAA is asking students in grades 5 through 12 for photo submissions showcasing what climate change means to you. Check out our last year’s Contest!
Winning photos will be featured next Spring (2023) on the NOAA Regional Collaboration Network website in conjunction with responses developed by NOAA’s climate experts, and will possibly be displayed in various NOAA facilities around the country.
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