UNFCCC/CDM Photo and Video Contest 2009 - Reminder

UNFCCC/CDM Photo and Video Contest 2009 - Reminder

There is still one week to go in UNFCCC/CDM International Photo and Video Contest 2009. The contest is a great way for registered Clean Development Mechanism projects to present their accomplishments to the world, and a great way to publicize the benefits of this unique mechanism.

For photographers and digital video creators, it's a great way to gain international exposure and recognition. The winning works will be displayed and presented at the UNFCCC Climate Change Conference in Copenhagen in December 2009, when the countries of the world will be working hard to deliver a global deal on climate change.

Don't miss this valuable opportunity. Go to <https://cdm.unfccc.int/contest/index.html>
to learn more and submit your photos and videos. Entries will be accepted until midnight, CET, 31 October 2009. Send us your photos and videos on the theme "CDM Changing Lives".





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About the Kyoto Protocolís clean development mechanism
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