Last year was huge, half a million people attended 3,000 events in Britain’s biggest ever environmental occasion.
Schools, businesses, charities, councils, individuals, anyone can get involved. There is still time to register for the challenge next week so get cracking! Instructions below…
Registration for the Climate Week Challenge is now open!
In March 2011 the first ever Climate Week Challenge saw teams in schools and workplaces put their innovation, creativity and ingenuity to the test, coming up with green ideas to make or save money.
There were 145,000 registered participants for the Climate Week Challenge, across six age categories, making it the largest ever live environmental competition. Winners of the one-day challenge were selected by some fantastic celebrity judges. This year the judges will include Kate Humble, presenter of the BBC’s Springwatch, Liz Bonnin, presenter of BBC’s Bang Goes the Theory, and Helen Skelton, Blue Peter presenter.
Hundreds of schools from across the UK have already registered to take part in the Climate Week Challenge – a fun, free and easy way to get involved in Climate Week 2012. Join them in this high profile, high energy national competition and the chance to win ‘money can’t prizes’! You can register your organisation today to participate in either the One-Day or One-Hour version on the Climate Week website, here: http://www.climateweek.com/challenge/register-for-the-challenge-2012/
You can see the winners of the Climate Week Challenge 2011 here.
Find out how five students from Pool Academy in Cornwall turned their winning Climate Week Challenge idea into a working prototype here.