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“Climate Change” photo competition – March and April 2014

Submitted by on dimanche, 2 mars 2014No Comment

Dear Friends,

What if the Earth were to become less welcoming? What if it were to react to our failure to respect our environment ?

Continuous snow storms in North America, Floods in Europe, Fires in Australia, Typhoons in Asia, etc., climate change phenomena seem to have increased recently.

Are we responsible for them?

To help each one of us ask ourselves what we could or should do to help preserve our planet, also for future generations, your favourite website is dedicating its photo competition for the months of March and April 2014 to the theme of climate change.

What type of photo should you send in?

A photo representing yourself together with CyberDodo and illustrating these disturbing meteorological phenomena. You could take inspiration from the photo below if you like:


To help you put together your photo, you can refer to the following case file, cartoon, game or quiz.

To find out the details of the competition, click on the pictures in this message or here.

Good luck to you all and don’t forget to “like” our Facebook page (And to suggest that your friends do so as well).


And to follow us on Twitter


Hearty congratulations to the winners of our competition for November/December 2013 on the theme of the “Rights of the Child”!

Ibe playing with CyberDodo in Peru


rappyz24 building castles with CyberDodo in the Philippines


They will each receive a Nintendo 3 DS XL

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