The Sankei Shimbun, operator of the Global Environment Awards (sponsored by the Fuji Sankei Group), is holding the 1st High School Eco Idea Contest for high school students nationwide to express their ideas for protecting the global environment in a video up to three minutes long. Ideas are invited.
The SDGs are international goals that aim to achieve a sustainable and better world by 2030. 5 of the 17 goals are related to the global environment, and we are looking for ideas to change the world with free ideas. Participants will explain their ideas in an easy-to-understand manner to new acquaintances and audiences. The goal is to generate empathy and new ideas in the listeners. We are looking forward to seeing ideas that are not bound by conventional thinking, but are full of dreams and hopes.
Outline of the 1st eco idea contest for high school students
[Eligibility ] High school students (students who can make a presentation at the venue when participating in the final contest) *Teams are also acceptable.
[Judging Criteria ] Feasibility, novelty, idea scale, etc.
[How to ] Fill out the application form and submit a video of your idea up to 3 minutes in length.
URL: https: //tayori.com/f/ecocontest
[Deadline ] October 10, 2022 (Monday)
[ Schedule ]
After the preliminary screening, the finalists will be notified by the end of October
November 13 (Sun.), Final Round (Otemachi “3×3Lab”, Tokyo)
[Prizes ]Grand Prix (100,000 yen book card as an extra prize) for one pair, etc.
*For details and application requirements, please visit https://www.tokyoheadline.com/ecocontest
[Sponsor ] Sankei Shimbun Inc.
[Co-sponsored by ] Peace Communication Foundation
Waseda University WASEDA-EDGE Human Resources Development Program
Greater Tokyo Innovation Ecosystem (GTIE)
[Cooperation ] Global Scientific Knowledge Integration Research Institute, Waseda University
Fuji Television Network, Inc.
Tokyo Marunouchi Innovation Platform (TMIP)
Deloitte Tohmatsu Consulting G.K.