- Adaptation and Resilience
- Climate Education and public awareness & participation
- Just Transition
- Loss and Damage, Migration, Displacement & Human Mobility
- Nature and Nature based solutions, Biodiversity and Oceans
- Heritage-based adaptation and mitigation
Visions of Climate Heritage - Information Session
This free information session is for anyone who wants to know more about the competition and how to create your own brilliant submission, be it a photograph or art piece. We'll hear top tips from professional photographer Kim Grant and share ideas on how to encourage submissions from your local area. Come along to find out more!
Kim Grant is a landscape photographer who runs expert training for anyone who wishes to take better photos of Scotland's natural environment. Kim will share top-tips that attendees can use to improve their photography for this competiton and beyond, she'll also give some pointers on the type of subjects that would make for good competition entries. Kim's top-tips will be emailed out afterwards, so that attendees have a copy to keep and can then help guide others who would like to take part. Find out more about Kim's work here.
We will hold a Q & A session for any queries you might have regarding the competition or creating your submission. Everyone is welcome to attend.
More about the competition:
"Explore the story of Scotland’s climate heritage, past and present, in this crowdsourced exhibition. Enter your best photographs and artwork for the chance to win a prize.
What’s it about?
Scotland is facing a climate emergency. Climate change is now the single greatest threat facing our precious planet but how did we reach this point? And what does the future hold?
Our historic environment is the story of our past. It connects us with the people who lived here before and shows us how our environment has changed over many centuries.
It helps to tell us who we are and where we’ve come from. As we continue on our journey to net-zero, it can also point to where we want to go.
By contributing an image to our crowdsourced online exhibition and entering the competition for free, you can help us tell Scotland’s climate story – past, present and future."
Competition close date: 30th November 2021.
This event will be held on Zoom Meeting with live transcript from Otter.ai, it will be recorded to share in the future, any queries please contact Sarah Pearce via firstname.lastname@example.org