- Introduction: Young Reporters for the Environment Competition is operated by Foundation for Environmental Education. YRE gives young people aged 11-25 a platform to research environmental issues and promote solutions through investigative reporting, photography, and video journalism.
- Competition Structure: There are three ways to participate in the YRE International Competition: General YRE International Competition, Litter Less Campaign Competition, and International Collaboration
- General YRE International Competition: open to participants from all countries that run the YRE program.
- Litter Less Campaign Competition: Parallel to the International Competition is the Litter Less Campaign Competition that is open to the following countries currently participating in the Litter Less Campaign: Australia, New Zealand, China, India, Wales, Spain, Northern Ireland, Malta, France, Brazil, and Ireland.
- International Collaboration: open to participants in all countries! We recommend that submissions are related to pollution, biodiversity loss and/or climate change and show a clear connection to one or more Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).
- Submission: The YRE International Competition accepts submissions from three different media categories: articles, photographs, and videos.
- Competition Website: For more information about the competition, click here.
Young Reporters for the Environment Competition
Our Teaching Methods
Students who previously took the class:
Throughout the years, our students have successfully gained admission or are currently attending top-ranking secondary and high schools around the world: America, Australia, Canada, China, and more:
- Cardigan Mountain School
- Choate Rosemary Hall
- Concord Academy
- Groton School