Win a chance to participate in the South Asia Youth Environment Conclave

Are you a registered college or university student from India, Bangladesh, Bhutan, Nepal, or Sri Lanka? 
Do you have an innovative idea on how you will make your surroundings more environment-friendly?
 
If your answer to both these questions is ‘yes’, then, you are eligible to compete for an All-Expenses-Paid entry (facilitated by Earth Day Network) to the South Asia Youth Environment Conclave that will be held in September 2015. Your student card must be valid till July 31, 2015.

Share your innovative ideas to make your campus and community environment-friendly. Clean it! Green it! Install renewable energies! Manage waste and save water! Build awareness about ways to mitigate climate change…It’s your turn to lead.

Click on this Registration Form.  Fill it up online and ensure it reaches by June, 1, 2015.
 
Students can enter either as an individual or a team. If a team’s entry is selected, one nominated team member will be invited to the Conclave. If an individual’s entry is selected, then that individual will be invited.
 
Remember, those selected, will have their tickets and stay to attend the Conclave paid for, and will have the opportunity to meet like-minded peers from many countries.
 
The closing date is not far away. You need to register now. More details in the poster. 
 

 

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