International Climate Champion with TERI

The Energy and Resources Institute (TERI)(Research Organisation)

Deadline: 15 June 2011

Eligibility: Undergrad Level
International Climate Champions is a youth oriented programme run by the British Council in partnership with The Energy and Resources Institute (TERI). This programme is part of British Council’s global project called ‘Climate Generation’ which is delivered through a network of Climate Champions across 60 countries and eight regions. Climate Generation engages young people with a proactive interest in climate change and wish to take positive action at local, national and international.

If you are an Indian citizen, aged between 18-21 years (as on 15 June 2011) and, have a climate change project idea that can make a lasting impact on your community, nationally, internationally, you can apply.

Your application should reach the British Council by 15 June, 2011
Two sections in the application, will require some thinking before you start writing:
Section 2 - In no more than 150 words write down why you want to become an International Climate Champion. Illustrate your interest and the work you have been involved in so far in the area of climate change and environment
Section 3 - In no more than 350 words, describe the project you would like to undertake as an International Climate Champion.

Ensure that you cover the points below in your description.

-Your project’s aim and objectives

-How you will implement your project

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