Comunicado de Prensa. Ganadores de la Competición YRE 2018

Gosia Luszczek, International YRE Director | E: gosia@fee.global
Kristina Madsen, International YRE Coordinator | E: kristina@fee.global

Copenague, Junio de 2018

La reunión del Jurado Internacional de Young Reporters for the Environment (YRE) para la competencia YRE 2018 tuvo lugar con éxito el 31 de mayo en la sede central de la Fundación para la Educación Ambiental (FEE) en Copenhague, Dinamarca.

Este año, FEE recibió un total de 178 inscripciones de 30 países para la Competencia Internacional YRE y la competencia de la campaña Litter Less. Esta es la mayor cantidad de entradas que FEE ha recibido, enfatizando el gran interés global en el programa YRE y la campaña Litter Less.

El jurado discutió las principales entradas nacionales de las categorías de medios de artículos, fotografías y videos de los grupos de edad entre 11-14, 15-18 y 19-21, así como la categoría Colaboración internacional. El jurado también revisó las entradas de la campaña Litter Less.

Teniendo en cuenta las cualidades periodísticas de las entradas, su uso de la metodología YRE, su creatividad y relevancia, y su vínculo con los Objetivos de Desarrollo Sostenible, el jurado fue libre de otorgar premios de 1º, 2º y 3º lugar, así como menciones honoríficas como ellos lo vieron conveniente Los ganadores finales se enumeran a continuación y se publicarán en Huffington Post Kids como premio. Todas las entradas se pueden encontrar en la página de exposición de la competencia.

El Jurado Internacional de este año estuvo compuesto por profesionales en los campos de periodismo ambiental y Educación para el Desarrollo Sostenible. Los miembros son:

  • Christopher Slaney, Periodista Freelance
  • Garrette Clark, Programa Estilos de Vida Sostenibles, UNEP
  • Julie Saito, Especialista en Programas de Comunicación, UNESCO
  • Torvald Jacobsson, Socio Fundador de Edumanity y COO de TheGoals.org, Lund University (IIIEE)
  • Pedro Marcellino, Productor y Director de Documentales
  • Mayra Navarrete, Fotógrafa
  • Constant Brand, Jefe de Prensa, Agencia Europea del Medio Ambiente
  • Boris Šušmak, Miembro ejecutivo de la FEE 
  • Richard Steed, Jefe de Comunicación de la FEE

Puede consultar más información sobre los miembros del jurado aquí

Article

11-14 years old

1st Place
Title: Atrazine in drinking water: Slovakia's biggest treasure at risk
Country: Slovakia

2nd Place
Title: Fairy Alkima is waiting for the golden ship
Country: Montenegro

Honourable mention
Title: Glitter your life with litter - Lessons from Akosombo International School (AIS)
Country: Ghana

15-18 years old

1st Place
Title: Whiteboard markers: From investigation to change
Country: Slovakia

2nd Place
Title: The drawbacks to clothing consumption
Country: Sweden

3rd Place
Title: REDUCE, REUSE, REFILL - Reducing your plastic waste one cup at a time
Country: Canada

19-21 years old

1st Place
Title: When youth hostel goes with eco-friendly tourism
Country: France

1st Place
Title: Tan Tan: From a garden watered by running water to a barren wasteland looking for drops of water
Country: Morocco

Photo

11-14 years old

1st Place (as a reportage photo)
Title: On tiptoes
Country: Slovakia
Note from Jury: Garbage containers should be accessible for everyone while remaining safe.

Honourable mention (as a campaign photo)
Title: Save the octopus
Country: Greece

Honourable mention (as a reportage photo)
Title: Bird in wetland
Country: China

15-18 years old

1st Place (as a campaign photo)
Title: Clean water - a given in the future?
Country: Sweden

1st Place (as a campaign photo)
Title: Garbage feast
Country: South Korea

19-21 years old

Honourable mention (as a reportage photo)
Title: Never ending sunset - Light pollution
Country: Malta

Honourable mention (as a campaign photo)
Title: Make a stand
Country: Slovakia

Video

11-14 years old

1st Place (as a reportage video)
Title: Sticky curse
Country: Slovakia

1st Place (as a campaign video)
Title: PaperLand
Country: Greece

2nd Place (as a reportage video)
Title: Luehdorifia Research
Country: China

15-18 years old

1st Place (as a campaign video)
Title: Plastic pollution
Country: Canada

Honourable mention (as a reportage video)
Title: Alexandra township in Johannesburg is invaded by rats: What sustainable solutions do exist?
Country: France / South Africa

19-21 years old

Honourable mention (as a reportage video)
Title: Green waste - no waste: The campaign to promote bio-waste sorting
Country: Slovakia

Honourable mention (as a reportage video)
Title: Story to change tomorrow: Paradox of global warming
Country: South Korea

International Collaboration

No awards given this year.

Winners in Litter Less Campaign category

The Jury also discussed the top national entries from schools participating in the Litter Less Campaign. The results of the evaluation are as follows: 

Article

11-14 years old

1st Place
Title: It’s a nesting nightmare: The untold plastic story
Country: Wales

Honourable mention
Title: The trash around us
Country: Malta

Honourable mention
Title: Plastic waste: A global issue with local solutions
Country: Northern Ireland

15-18 years old

Honourable mention
Title: Looking for a savvy consumer
Country: Israel

Honourable mention
Title: I’m a Barbie girl in a Barbie world, wrapped in plastic; it’s NOT fantastic
Country: Northern Ireland

Honourable mention
Title: Cardigan combats plastic pollution
Country: Wales

19-21 years old

No entries were submitted in this age group

Photo

11-14 years old

No awards were given in this age group.

15-18 years old

Honourable mention (as a reportage photo)
Title: Trash does not roll
Country: Spain

19-21 years old

No awards were given in this age group.

Video

11-14 years old

1st Place (as a reportage video)
Title: Litter in your lunch
Country: New Zealand

1st Place (as a campaign video)
Title: Food waste crime report
Country: Northern Ireland

2nd Place (as a campaign video)
Title: Social experiment – waste disposal
Country: Israel

15-18 years old

1st Place (as a reportage video)
Title: Greasy trash
Country: Malta

Honourable mention (as a reportage video)
Title: Thinking outside the box
Country: Israel

19-21 years old

1st Place (as a campaign video)
Title: Waste bin story
Country: Malta