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Les lauréats du concours international 2019 Young Reporters for the Environment (YRE) sont connus

36 pays ont participé aux Concours Nationaux. 200 finalistes ont atteint le Concours International.

D’une portée mondiale, le programme YRE attire un intérêt croissant. Les travaux récompensés sont le reflet des meilleures propositions. Cette année encore, le jury a été très impressionné par la qualité de ce que les jeunes ont envoyé, tant par le choix des sujets traités, des compétences d’investigation et de journalisme de leurs auteurs, que par les réflexions autour des objectifs de développement durable.

Un mot sur la Slovaquie et Malte qui ont reçu le plus grand nombre de prix et sur des mentions d’honneur décernées à des nouveaux pays participants comme l’Afrique du Sud, la Belgique et Porto Rico.

« Les jeunes mènent la lutte pour le climat et l’environnement, et les contributions de la JRE le prouvent ! Ils font preuve d’une grande passion pour dénoncer les dommages causés à l’environnement à travers l’écriture, la photo et la vidéo, et pour prendre des mesures pour changer les choses. L’avenir du journalisme et de l’activisme environnementaux est tout à fait sûr » déclare Anna Pérez Catala, co-directrice de Climate Tracker et membre du jury de YRE.

extrait d’un article de nos partenaires YRE Gosia Luszczek, International YRE Director | gosia@fee.global
Kristina Madsen, International YRE Coordinator | kristina@fee.global

Tous les renseignements sur la compétition internationale YRE ici

Liste des membres du Jury :

  • Anne Vela-Wagner, Executive Director of the MARS Wrigley Foundation
  • Christopher Slaney, Freelance Journalist
  • Mari Nishimura, Ecosystem Division, UNEP
  • Torvald Jacobsson, Founding Partner of Edumanity and COO of TheGoals.org, Lund University (IIIEE)
  • Julie Saito, Programme Specialist of Communication, UNESCO
  • Pedro Marcelino, Documentary Film Producer and Director
  • Mayra Navarrete, Photographer
  • Anna Pérez Catalá, Environmental Scientist and co-director of Climate Tracker
  • Filipa Murta, YRE Alumnus from Portugal
  • Sasha Karajovic, FEE Board Member
  • Richard Steed, Communications Officer, FEE

International YRE Competition winners 2019 :

Article

11-14 years old

1st Place
Title: The Upcycling Solution
Country: Slovakia

2nd Place
Title: Take Action, Don’t Wait for a Reaction
Country: Singapore

3rd Place
Title: Where is the ship sailing to?
Country: Montenegro

15-18 years old

1st Place
Title: Bees in the City: Small Insects, Big Problems
Country: Slovakia

2nd Place
Title: A Bloody Problem Period
Country: Canada

3rd Place
Title: The Folly of Developing New Vehicle Fuel Stations
Country: Malta

3rd Place
Title: The Polluting of the River Elbe by Chemical Plant Draslovka Kolín
Country: Czech Republic

Honourable Mention – for creating a moving piece on a local issue
Title: The Stream That Sees It All
Country: South Africa

Honourable Mention – for choosing a new and interesting topic
Title: The Dangers of a Bright Night
Country: Puerto Rico

19-25 years old

1st Place
Title: Climate Change: Looking Back for a Solution of Today
Country: Singapore

2nd Place
Title: A step into the unknown – climate change and Scotland’s outdoors
Country: Scotland

2nd Place
Title: First Straw-Free City in Slovakia On the Horizon
Country: Slovakia

3rd Place
Title: Coastal erosion and its relation to climate change and human intervention
Country: Puerto Rico

Honourable Mention – for creating a moving piece with heart-breaking photos
Title: A noble companion – a careless beneficiary
Country: Ghana

Photo

11-14 years old

1st Place (Reportage Photo)
Title: The Secret Life of the Market
Country: Slovakia

2nd Place (Reportage Photo)
Title: Till death do us part…
Country: Cyprus

Honourable Mention (Reportage Photo) – for the technical quality of the photo
Title: Like Knows Like
Country: China

15-18 years old

1st Place (Campaign Photo)
Title: Stop Sucking The Life Out Of Our Oceans
Country: Canada

2nd Place (Campaign Photo)
Title: Next stop OCEAN
Country: Portugal

Honourable Mention (Reportage Photo) – for the technical quality of the photo and its strong message, although lacking an environmental angle
Title: The first row
Country: Belgium

19-25 years old

Honourable Mention (Reportage Photo) – for the technical quality of the photo
Title: Pollinators, the queens of life
Country: Portugal

Video

11-14 years old

1st Place (Reportage Video)
Title: ALPEDRETE QUARRIES
Country: Spain

1st Place (Reportage Video)
Title: A Little Respect
Country: Slovakia

2nd Place (Reportage Video)
Title: The energy transition in St-Pierre-etMiquelon
Country: France

Honourary Mention (Campaign Video) – for sending a good message
Title: Life without plastic
Country: Greece

15-18 years old

1st Place (Reportage Video)
Title: Where did the darkness go?
Country: Slovakia

2nd Place (Reportage Video)
Title: Wise man – Wise consumer
Country: Israel

3rd Place (Reportage Video)
Title: Plastic Packing in grocery stores
Country: Canada

3rd Place (Campaign Video)
Title: Climate smart food
Country: Sweden

19-25 years old

1st Place (Reportage Video)
Title: Stop waste now!
Country: France

2nd Place (Reportage Video)
Title: Circular economy in local community
Country: Slovenia

Honourable Mention (Campaign Video) – for the technical quality of the video
Title: Dear Everyone
Country: Singapore

International Collaboration

1st Place (Article, 15-18 years)
Title: Behind the biggest producer and exporter of cork
Countries: Portugal, Turkey, Greece, and Malta

1st Place (Reportage Video, 19-25 years)
Title: SUSTAINABLE TOURISM – IS IT POSSIBLE?
Country: Malta and Spain

2nd Place (Article, 15-18 years)
Title: Red Meat consumption – an international collaborative research
Countries: Portugal and Israel

Winners in Litter Less Campaign category:

Article

11-14 years old

1st Place
Title: Refocus and reduce….No to Junk Mail!
Country: Malta

2nd Place
Title: To Kill a Seabird
Country: New Zealand

3rd Place
Title: “Dumped from home” Were you dumped from home? Are you not in your best shape anymore?
Country: Israel

15-18 years old

1st Place
Title: When Life Gives You Lemons
Country: New Zealand

2nd Place
Title: Brown is the New-Green
Country: Israel

19-25 years old

1st Place
Title: Lower waste, slimmer waists – Fighting food wastage, one grain at a time
Country: India

Photo

11-14 years old

1st Place (Campaign Photo)
Title: It’s time to wake up to the problem of plastic!
Country: Northern Ireland

2nd Place (Campaign Photo)
Title: People are blind to see
Country: Malta

15-18 years old

1st Place (Reportage Photo)
Title: Home sweet home
Country: Malta

Honourable Mention (Reportage Photo) – for highlighting the issue of plastic and wildlife
Title: We are Not the Only Ones
Country: New Zealand

19-25 years old

1st Place (Photo Reportage)
Title: FROM TIMES PAST
Country: Spain

2nd Place (Photo Reportage)
Title: Dream Island – you Decide?
Country: Wales

Video

11-14 years old

1st Place (Campaign Video)
Title: One meal, a lot of garbage!
Country: Israel

2nd Place (Reportage Video)
Title: REPORT ON SCHOOL-GROUND RUBBISH
Country: Australia

Honourable Mention (Campaign Video) – as a fun campaign video that was screened at a film festival
Title: Moepapa (Nightmare)
Country: New Zealand

15-18 years old

1st Place (Campaign Video)
Title: Bring your own
Country: Malta

2nd Place (Campaign Video)
Title: What do you do with your E-waste?
Country: Israel

2nd Place (Campaign Video)
Title: Find a Home for the Trash. We Are on the Move!
Country: China

19-25 years old

No entries were submitted in this age group

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