School pupils are invited to enter the joint FT and Royal Geographical Society competition on local weather change and sustainability.
All those researching A stage geography or the equivalent have until eventually September 30 to compose an essay of up to 1,000 words or an ArcGIS StoryMap, choosing and analysing data on sustainability and local weather change to convey to the geographical behind it.
Entries should be centered about the Cop-26 2021 aims ‘to improve local weather ambition, develop resilience and lower emissions’ and should think about a range of scales — from community to global.
The judges will seek entries supported by proof, creating a obvious argument and with referenced sources of facts and data. The greatest will be posted by the FT and the RGS.
Whole information and an entry variety are readily available on the RGS site.
Candidates are encouraged to get their schools to indicator up for the FT’s free of charge schools entry programme, and may draw inspiration from article content in the FT such as this selection on climate change and this on sustainability.