TH!NK:Climate Change is back again.
After the success of blogging competition TH!NK’s second edition in the run up to the COP15 climate conference in Copenhagen, TH!NK 4 is switching the focus to climate again.
Journalists, students and bloggers are invited to use the competition’s online platform to share their thoughts, as COP16 Mexico approaches.
Prize: Reporting Trip to COP16 in Cancun
You need to register and submit blog posts to the platform by 1st November, 2010 to be eligible to win a reporting trip to COP16 in Cancun. (with support of the European Commission)
Prize: Macbook and FLIP HD
All posts submitted on 4 October - 15 December are eligible for the prizes, Macbook or FLIP HD.
NOTE: All blog entries to the competition need to be in English.
Sign up by registering and submitting one blog post. Registration will enable you to join the competition and your post will be submitted as your first entry. Once registered you will receive a login and full access to blog on COP16 and other climate change issues.
The TH!NK 4 contest starts on October 4, 2010 and ends on December 15, 2010.
TH!NK ABOUT IT
TH!NK ABOUT IT is a series of blogging competitions organised by the European Journalism Centre. The competitions are aimed at professional and aspiring journalists and new media creators from a diverse range of backgrounds. TH!NK aims to provide a online platform for coverage of a timely topic, establishing an international community of bloggers in the process. The first Th!nk edition in 2009 concentrated on the European parliamentary elections, with subsequent editions focusing on global topics such as climate change and development.
The European Journalism Centre (EJC)
The European Journalism Centre (EJC) is an independent, international, non-profit foundation dedicated to maintaining the highest standards in journalism in particular, and the media in general. It works primarily through the further training of journalists and other media professionals, and through the development of impartial communication tools. Founded in 1992 in Maastricht, the Netherlands, the EJC builds on its extensive international network and hosts each year more than 1,000 journalists in seminars and briefings on European affairs. It closely follows emerging trends in journalism and watchdogs the interplay between media economy and media culture, exploring the impact of new technological tools and developments on journalism.