Best Climate Practices 2017 Award: Vote is open

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The 2017 Best Climate Practices Contest on “Building local resilience to climate disaster risk” enters the voting stage.

After an intense review phase, the official participants to the BCP 2017 Contest are now published on the Best Climate Practices platform: go to the BCP Practices page, select the “In contest” red button and scroll down to view all participating practices’ profiles.

The winning practice of the Best Climate Practices 2017 Contest on “Building resilience to climate disaster risk” will be determined by a combination of both online voting results and the assessment by the international Expert Panel.

Help us find the best climate practice of 2017!

By voting, you will be able to influence which competing practice will win the prize of 3000 Euros (for more information on the contest’s evaluation process, please read the contest rules and Call for Proposals).

If you want to give the most support to your favorite candidates, participate in the online polls and share the practices on your social networks.

 

HOW CAN I VOTE FOR MY FAVORITE CANDIDATES?

The public online polls are open from July 3, 2017 until July 26, 2017 (5.00 pm CEST).

Only registered users can rate their favorite practices and increase their chance of winning. Sign up or log in to the Best Climate Practices website before starting to vote.

[NOTE: After you subscribe to the website, a confirmation email is automatically sent to your email address. You must click the link in the email to confirm your subscription. As the confirmation email may be identified as spam by certain email providers or Internet service providers, it may end up in your Spam folder or may be blocked by a spam filter. If you can not find the confirmation email neither in your Inbox nor in the Spam folder, please write us at info@bestclimatepractices.org indicating the username you subscribed with.]

After you have logged in, go to the Best Climate Practices database, select the “In contest” red button and scroll down to view all participating practices’ profiles.

You have a single right of vote for each practice. You can give as many practices as like a ranking from one to five on the four criteria:

  1. feasibility of the practice proposed;
  2. replicability potential of the practice;
  3. originality of the practice;
  4. potential or proven impact of the practice.

Click on the VOTE button on the practice’s profile you want to rate and assign it one to five stars on each criterion. After giving your rating, refresh the page to see the updated voting count on the practice’s profile.

We look forward to hearing your take and we wish good luck to all participants!

 

For more information, please visit bestclimatepractices.org

The Jury of the Best Climate Practices 2017 Award.