WMTR II Announces a Christmas Competition - Our Christmas Tree


Waste Management Technologies in Regions, Phase II (WMTR II) announces a Christmas competition, Our Christmas Tree, for school students, university students and any creative person.   Goal of the competition: • Involve public general in environmental activities; • Support launching of new initiatives and development of creative vision among youths. • Promote the concept of reusing things and organizing Christmas exhibition and sales for charity purposes   Who can participate: school students, university students and any person with a creative outlook who can revive old things with his/her own hands.   Description of the competition:   Those wishing to participate in the competition in October and November of the current year are to send photos of handiwork items on a Christmas theme prepared by them from recyclable products. The participants can use recyclable items to produce hand-made Christmas trees, Christmas toys, various decorations, souvenirs, etc. It is also possible to prepare a design for Christmas greeting cards on separation and recycling theme.   Fancy works made of the received materials will be posted on a Facebook page where 20 participants selected by jury and Facebook likes before the end of November will participate in preparation for the Christmas exhibition and sales organized by CENN.   In the end of November, selected participants will travel to CENN Green Camp in Bulachauri where they will prepare more Christmas souvenirs together with mentors.   Above-mentioned products will be presented at a charitable Christmas exhibition and sales. Innovative participants will be awarded interesting prizes. To send the materials and to receive detailed information, contact us on the addresses given below.   To get the updated information follow us on Facebook: WMTR Program.   Salome Sulaberidze CENN, Waste Management Technologies in Regions, Phase II (WMTR II) Team Leader for Communication and Outreach salome.sulaberidze@cenn.org www.cenn.org   Kakha Guchmanidze CENN, Waste Management Technologies in Regions, Phase II (WMTR II) Regional Coordinator in Adjara k.guchmanidze@gmail.com   Kakha Sukhitashvili CENN, Waste Management Technologies in Regions, Phase II (WMTR II) Regional Coordinator in Kakheti kakhiberius@gmail.com   Irma Kitriashvili CENN, Waste Management Technologies in Regions, Phase II (WMTR II) Regional Coordinator in Shida Kartli kitriashvili040@gmail.com

Contest for Journalists


Celebrating the International Green Consumer Day, CENN provides you with a unique opportunity not only to become green consumer but also to make the society “greener” obtain interesting prizes and work on coverage of the greenest topics together with CENN.   Waste Management Technologies in Regions, Phase II (WMTR II) announces Words 4 Waste (W4W) contest for media.   Goal of the contest: coverage of processes, challenges and achievements in waste management sector in Georgia; public information on proper waste management including the importance of waste separation and recycling for environment, human health and economic development in the country.   Who is eligible to participate: representative of any media including radio, TV, electronic or printed media.   Contest theme: Practice, challenges, needs and results achieved in waste management sector in Georgia; assessment of the situation regarding meeting the requirements of Georgia-EU Association Agreement and national legislation; modern approaches to waste management (e.g. sorting, recycling, etc.) and the importance of their implementation in Georgia.   Contest conditions: journalists participating in the contest must prepare and publish a journalistic work (article, report or other publication) on a contest theme.   Selection criteria: special attention will be given to individual style of narration, journalistic creativity and accuracy of the provided material.   Duration: 28 September 2017 – 25 March 2018   CENN will provide an opportunity of remote cooperation to the contest winner.   Pease send your published materials (links) and contact information to the following e-mail addresses: Salome.Sulaberidze@cenn.org Mariam.terterashvili@cenn.org   For detailed information, please contact us on the above e-mail addresses or on our Facebook page: WMTR Program   Deadline for submission of materials: 20 March 2018


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