Sunday, 11 February 2007

Can recycling save the world?

That's the question you need to try and answer if you want to be in with a chance of being Young Geographer of the Year 2007!

There are some fantastic prizes up for grabs - including an Amazon expedition and working with elephants in Namibia - in the annual competition run by the RGS-IBG.

There are three entry categories - Senior Geographers (16-18 years old) and Young Geographers (13-15 years old) are asked to write a magazine article entitled "Can recycling save the world?", while the challenge for Junior Geographers (12 years and under) is to design an "exciting magazine cover" with the same theme...

You have until the 30th April to get your entries in, so click on the picture for more information about the competition, get your thinking caps on, and then come and tell me all your fab ideas when we get back to school!

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