Earth Science Week 2022 Contests Target Sustainability

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ALEXANDRIA, Va. — For this year's Earth Science Week (October 9-15, 2022), the American Geosciences Institute (AGI) is sponsoring four contests focusing on the theme of this year's celebration, "Earth Science for a Sustainable World." The 2022 competitions will feature video, photography, visual arts, and essay contests:

  • Teams and individuals of any age are invited to submit brief videos that tell viewers about "Striving for Sustainability Globally."
  • The photo contest, also open to all ages, asks participants to show "Sustainability in Action" in their communities.
  • Open to students in grades K-5, the visual arts contest encourages children to depict "Our Sustainable World."
  • Finally, students in grades 6-9 are eligible to enter the essay contest, "Geoscience for Sustainable Development Goals."

For all contests, entries may be submitted any time from now to the Friday of Earth Science Week, October 14, 2022. These contests allow both students and the general public to participate in the celebration, learn about Earth science, and compete for prizes. The first-place prize for each contest is $300 and an AGI publication.
To learn more about these contests, including how to enter, visit Earth Science Week Contests online.
Reaching millions of people annually, Earth Science Week is led by AGI in cooperation with its sponsors and the geoscience community as a service to the public. Each October, community groups, educators, and interested citizens organize celebratory events. Earth Science Week offers opportunities to discover the Earth sciences and engage in responsible stewardship of the Earth. Learn more at Earth Science Week online.

About AGI
The American Geosciences Institute (AGI), a federation of scientific and professional associations representing over a quarter-million geoscientists, is a nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization dedicated to serving the geoscience community and addressing the needs of society. AGI headquarters are in Alexandria, Virginia.
Geoff Camphire, Communications