‘Under the Sea’ Recyclable Waste Competition
January 7 - February 15
The Clean Energy Business Council (CEBC) Schools Programme is proud to present its second Recyclable Waste Competition, sponsored by Imdaad. This competition will run from 7th January 2018 until 15th February 2018.
We want our youngest students to think about the waste we create in everyday life, and how we can recycle goods or minimise our impact on the environment. This competition challenges students in the UAE to produce a seascape constructed entirely from recyclable materials. This competition was created to promote recycling and reuse of materials, emphasizing creativity and innovation. Our goal is to raise public awareness and support of educational programming regarding recycling, reducing, and reusing of materials.
Each school can enter one group of students (up to twenty students) to compete for our grand prize – 20 student and two teacher passes to the Green Planet, Dubai, for a class field trip! Students can be aged up to age 12 to enter, and the field trip (two hours, running at 9am or 11am) can focus on either of the following topics:
3-6 year old students:
- Pollution of the rainforests.
- What would naturally belong in rainforests?
- Rainforest resources.
- Animals homes in the forests.
7-12 year old students:
- What natural resources are consumed from rainforests?
- Exotic animals of the rainforest.
- How rainforest are the lungs of the Earth.
- Succession of forests.
When you submit your entry, please use the Report Form.
If you have any questions on the competition, or want to join the CEBC Schools Programme, please email email@example.com.
We can’t wait to see what you can create!