Climate change could lead to more extreme weather events in the near future. The world needs to slow down climate change. The choices we make today will affect the amount of Earth-warming greenhouse gases we put in the atmosphere for years to come. 

EVERY LITTLE BIT HELPS. WE HAVE A CHOICE TO PLAY A PART FOR OUR CLIMATE.

Climate change could lead to more extreme weather events in the near future. A small increase in average temperature can multiply the risk of extreme events, making for longer and more intense heat waves, droughts and floods. Global sea levels are also expected to rise.

Countries around the world are putting in place measures to reduce their rate of Earth-warming greenhouse gas emissions, and many are also turning to technology for solutions to prepare for the impact of climate change.

The impact of climate change will worsen if we do not do something about it collectively, as nations, communities and individuals. The choices we make today will affect the amount of greenhouse gases we put in the atmosphere for years to come. 

Every little bit helps. We have a choice to play a part for our climate.

Climate change could lead to more extreme weather events in the near future. A small increase in average temperature can multiply the risk of extreme events, making for longer and more intense heat waves, droughts and floods. Global sea levels are also expected to rise.

Countries around the world are putting in place measures to reduce their rate of Earth-warming greenhouse gas emissions, and many are also turning to technology for solutions to prepare for the impact of climate change.

The impact of climate change will worsen if we do not do something about it collectively, as nations, communities and individuals. The choices we make today will affect the amount of greenhouse gases we put in the atmosphere for years to come. 

Every little bit helps. We have a choice to play a part for our climate.

Pencil These Dates into your Diary!

Prizes must be accepted as awarded. The prizes are neither refundable nor transferable.

The prize money awarded to participants from Primary Schools, Secondary Schools, Junior Colleges and Institute of Technical Education (ITEs) should be distributed on a 50% - 50% basis with 50% going to the school fund and the remaining 50% to the student/students(s) in the project team.

For Open Category participants or participants in the Institutes of Higher Learning Category, the prize will be credited to a representative designated by the team (if applicable). It will be the responsibility of the team representative to distribute the prize among the team members.

Prizes must be accepted as awarded. The prizes are neither refundable nor transferable.

The prize money awarded to participants from Primary Schools, Secondary Schools, Junior Colleges and Institute of Technical Education (ITEs) should be distributed on a 50% - 50% basis with 50% going to the school fund and the remaining 50% to the student/students(s) in the project team.

For Open Category participants or participants in the Institutes of Higher Learning Category, the prize will be credited to a representative designated by the team (if applicable). It will be the responsibility of the team representative to distribute the prize among the team members.

31 Jul, 2015
Keep going, you’re almost there!
We hope you are busy putting the final touches on your video, because the submission deadline is less than a week away! Submission for NCCC 2015 closes on 6 August, 5pm. If you are unsure what the submission process involves, you may want to refer to our previous blog entry. What happens after I’ve submitted
21 Jul, 2015
Upload your masterpiece!
Hi everyone, how’s your video going? We hope our previous posts have spurred you on and you have gotten a good head start in your video production.  Submission deadline is less than a month away – remember to submit your video by 6 August 2015, 17:00 hours! When you’re done, you can submit your video