Enter the competition
The world is changing – fast. It’s never been more important to #MakeClimateMatter.
Every day people, places and the things we love are affected by climate change. This Earth Hour, we want you to see your best photo to #MakeClimateMatter. It could be a picture of a beautiful place you wouldn’t change for the world, it could be evidence of climate change that you’ve seen with your own eyes, or it could be just something that makes you want to stand up and call for action.
Share your photo with #MakeClimateMatter and #EarthHourUK, and you could win a pair of tickets to an exclusive screening of Leonardo Di Caprio’s 'Before The Flood' at the Science Museum in London on 23 March.
The winning entry will be chosen by Conor McDonnell, photographer and globally-recognised leader in digital media creativity.
The Instagram photography of our judge for the competition, Conor McDonnell, recently landed him onto the prestigious Forest 30 under 30 list, and he regularly collaborates with the likes of Ellie Goulding, Calvin Harris, Niall Horan, and many more. But it's Conor's passion for protecting the planet and his incredible environmental photography that has led to his support for Earth Hour and WWF's call for strong action on climate change.
About the prize
The winner will be offered a pair of tickets to the exclusive screening of Leonardo DiCaprio’s hard-hitting documentary on climate change ‘Before the Flood’ at the Science Museum in London. You’ll get to see Tim Peake’s space shuttle, travel through time to key moments in the Earth’s climate history, and hear Dr Emily Shuckburgh (British Antarctic Survey scientist) speak about her first hand experiences of climate change and working in the isolated Polar Regions.
In addition, the winner will receive an Earth Hour goodie bag including a t-shirt and a limited edition Earth Hour panda cuddly toy. The winning image will also be showcased on our social media channels.
The competition closes on Sunday 19 March, and the winner will be contacted by Tuesday 21 March. Terms and conditions apply.