Young Reporters for the Environment (YRE) is a program designed to empower young people to take a stand on environmental issues they feel strongly about and give them a platform to to express these issues. Students are asked to pick an environmental topic relating to litter, waste or environmental pollution, investigate it, and then report on it using one of three categories: writing, photography or film.
The winners of the International Young Reporters for the Environment Competition will be awarded with diplomas and the winning entries will be published internationally on online platforms.
The competition is open to those aged 11-25 participating as individuals or groups of students through their school, college, university, or youth group. The International Competition is open to all countries that are part of the YRE network.
Entries from International Schools must be submitted by 19 April 2024. Individual submissions must be received by 10 May 2024.
Find out more and enter here.