Trust for Sustainable Living is hosting an essay competition where students from all over the world are welcome to present their views on how addressing issues on economic, gender, race, and other forms of inequality might help to combat the crises.
They are free to approach the topic however as wish and use this opportunity to win this student grant.
Sponsoring Agency: Trust for Sustainable Living
Type of Fund: Competition
Deadline: January 9, 2022
We are in the midst of a global climate crisis, and it want to hear students’ own views on how addressing issues of economic, gender, race, and other forms of inequality might help to combat this crisis.
Students are strongly encouraged to explore and consider different types of inequality and include their own personal views, perspectives, and experiences to help bring their thoughts and visions alive.
Each student is invited to submit one essay in English, entitled: “How would addressing inequality help to combat the climate crisis?”
The essay length varies by age as follows:
- Primary students (ages 7-11): 400 words
- Secondary and College students (ages 12-18): 600 words
The International Schools Essay Competition is open to all students worldwide, aged 7-18 across two age categories – 7-11 years and 12-18 years.
For more information, visit Trust for Sustainable Living.