Announcing the Voices4Climate Winners!

February 28 2013

The Connect4Climate team would like to express our sincere gratitude to all of the supporters, judges, partners, and participants who have helped make the Voices4Climate competition a success. We feel truly honored to have received more than one thousand music videos, photos, and videos on climate change. 

Without further ado, congratulations to all of Voices4Climate winners, listed below!

Below you can also watch the slideshow of the first place, special prize and popular prize winners presented at the Voices4Climate Awards ceremony during Connect4Climate: Right Here, Right Now.

 

Agriculture

13-17

First Place

Rain Rain Go Away Come Again Another Day in Pakistan by Kainat Afsar.

18-35

First Place

Do You Have any Wheat to Grind? in Pakistan by Danish Khan.

Second Place

Safeguarding the Next Generation in the UK by Susannah Peel.

Third Place

Soil Erosion #1 in Uganda by Josephine Nakanwagi.

 

Cities

13-17

First Place

The City of Metals in Pakistan by Kainat Afsar.

Second Place

Green Romanian in Romania by Razvan Lazarescu.

Third Place

Budding Life in Sweden by Axel Kennedal.

18-35

First Place

Playing at Sunset in Croatia by Ivo Dukic.

Second Place

At the End of Autumn, Winter Begins! in Iceland by Ingimar Skulason.

Third Place

Cities 01 in South Sudan by Christena Dowsett.

 

Energy

13-17

First Place 

Non Conventional Energy Power in India by Manthan Charles.

18-35

First Place

That's When I Came Back to Korea that I Learned How They Create Clouds in South Korea by Fabien Minh.

Second Place

Daring to Invest in Uganda by Evanne Nowak.

Third Place

Industry, Energy, Oil, Pollution in Iran by Behdad Rsl.

 

Forests 

13-17

First Place

What Policymakers Should Know About Energy in Malawi by Patience Moyo.

Second Place

Dry Swamp in Lithuania by Gabija Vyšniauskaitė.

Third Place

Don't Cut Trees in the US by Kenneth Guerrero.

18-35

First Place

Planting Hope in the Philippines by Marian Ledesma.

Second Place

Death of our Zambian Forests in Zambia by Nancy Saili.

Third Place

Spring In, Winter Away in Bangladesh by Kimvutkimakar Suman.

 

Gender

18-35

First Place

Suffering of Woman in Morocco by Adil Moumane.

Second Place

A Long Walk in Somalia by Anab Garad.

Third Place

Wajir County in Kenya by Maash Sheik Hussein.

 

Health

13-17

First Place

The Ambulance in Pakistan by Kainat Afsar.

18-35

First Place

Dumping Site in Kenya by Ray Blount.

Second Place

Health 01 in South Sudan by Christena Dowsett.

Third Place

Infested Environment in Malawi by Violet Moyo.

 

Jobs & the Green Economy

13-17

First Place

The Bride of River in Pakistan by Kainat Afsar. 

Second Place

Adding Sunshine to the Sand in South Africa by Jason Hanslo.

18-35

First Place

A Day at the Office in Mozambique by Joana Simões Piedade.

Second Place

Talent + Environment = Employment in Cameroon by Ngalim Njaiwo.

Third Place

Youth Queue for Green Jobs in the UK by Adela Nistora.

 

Water

13-17

First Place

Goodbye to the Beautiful Pond in Indonesia by Haries Ramdhani.

Second Place

Where is My Drop of Water? in India by Arpan Vyas.

Third Place

Water & Child in India by Manthan Charles.

18-35

First Place

La Sequía in Colombia by Oliver A Olivella.

Second Place

I Don't Believe in Global Warming in Italy by Stefano Cetalo Geronimo.

Third Place

Drinking Problem in Namibia by Joana Simões Piedade.

 

Video

First Place

Speechless in Norway by Sich Rich.

Second Place

A Cashmere Story in Mongolia by Prl Jay.

Third Place

Downstream in Belgium by Roel Nollet.

 

Music Videos

First Place

A Changing World in Trinidad and Tobago by Stephon Gabriel.

Second Place

Green As Love in Singapore by Andy Chong.

Third Place

We Be in Nigeria by Idamiebi Ilamina-Eremie.

 

Popular Vote

Formula in Portugal by Filipe Pinto.

 

C4C Special Prize

Trash Maniac in the US by Muntasir Mamun.

 

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