ecoAmerica is excited to announce the #EveryoneEveryDay photo contest! Inspire others to take action on climate by submitting photos that display your climate leadership. Your photo may influence a future climate leader to step up and join you! Submit your best climate action photos by Earth Day, April 22, 2022.
What should I submit?
The theme is #EveryoneEveryDay. This means the photo contest will highlight climate action — up for interpretation from the photographer. We’re looking for images that show people taking action and will inspire others to join the movement. We’d provide examples, but this is broad for a reason. We want to see how participants portray the theme!
Why should I submit?
Show off your photography skills and inspire others to take action on climate change! Your image could inspire someone to lead on climate solutions. Your work could be featured in ecoAmerica resources (with permission, of course).
When should I submit?
All photos must be submitted by 11:59PT on April 22, 2022, to be considered.
What does the winner receive?
The winner will be featured on ecoAmerica’s website, social media, and announced the first-ever ecoAmerica #EveryoneEveryDay photo contest winner. The winner will also be mailed an ecoAmerica original notebook!
How do I submit?
Upload your photo on the submission form, here. Please add a photo description and title. We ask that you include the title of your photo in the file name, but please do not include your name when naming the file.
Still have questions? Email email@example.com.
ecoAmerica builds institutional leadership, public support, and political resolve for climate solutions in the United States. We help national mainstream organizations elevate their climate leadership, providing them strategy, tools, and resources to: demonstrate visible climate leadership, empower climate literacy, engage all constituents, and build collective action and advocacy. We help our partners transform into national climate leaders who inspire others on solutions. ecoAmerica.org
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