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Post a climate review – get a chance to win $ 2,500

When posting a climate review on We Don’t Have Time you are not only driving sustainable change. You are also participating in the yearly Climate Review Awards contest – which can earn you $ 2,500.
Ingmar Rentzhog, CEO, will reveal the winners of this year's Climate Review Awards on stage during the UN Climate Conference COP27 in Egypt.
Ingmar Rentzhog, CEO, will reveal the winners of this year's Climate Review Awards on stage during the UN Climate Conference COP27 in Egypt.

Climate reviews are an essential part of We Don't Have Time. By using the power of many, our community influences businesses, organizations, politicians and world leaders to increase the speed of the climate transition.
💚 Climate Love is given to those who take great climate action.
💡 Climate Ideas are created to suggest new climate-friendly solutions. 
⚠️ Climate Warnings are sent to urge bad practices to stop.
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To boost even more engagement, the We Don’t Have Time Foundation two years ago instituted a grant for the best climate reviews of the year. The foundation is the main shareholder in the limited company (WeDontHaveTime AB), which operates the social media platform with the same name. 
”We cannot solve this unless we work together. Our community is actively driving change and encouraging business and leaders to take immediate climate action”, says David Olsson, co-founder of We Don't Have Time.
This video shows how simple it is to get started and start posting climate reviews. You can also follow our guide on how to get going.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1ENICTSi4c0&feature=emb_imp_woyt


When a climate review reaches 100 agrees or more, We Don't Have Time reaches out to the company, organization or public figure and ask for a reply.
So do they respond? Yes, they do. We Don’t Have Time's community has initiated hundreds of climate dialogues with companies and organizations, including corporate giants and leaders like IKEA, Mark Zuckerberg, Amazon, Shell, Volvo and the United Nations Framework on Climate Change, UNFCCC.  
”We see very clearly that more and more companies choose to join the dialogue. Many of them reply in a way that shows that they are actually listening to the feedback and taking it in. That’s very encouraging”, says David Olsson.
Last year, the winners in the Climate Review Awards were invited digitally on stage during We Don’t Have Time’ live broadcasts at the UN Climate Conference COP26 in Glasgow, which was followed by millions around the globe. This year, the winners will be presented on November 16, during We Don’t Have Time’s live broadcast from COP27 in Sharm el-Sheikh in Egypt.
Samantha Yanucci from Youngstown, Ohio in the US, was awarded Best Climate Review 2022 for a Climate Idea to Pete Buttigieg, United States Secretary of Transportation.
Samantha Yanucci from Youngstown, Ohio in the US, was awarded Best Climate Review 2022 for a Climate Idea to Pete Buttigieg, United States Secretary of Transportation.

How to participate:
1. Download the We Don’t Have Time app or use the Web app to create an account.
2. Post your climate review and share it on all your social media platforms no later than October 28. Encourage all your friends to press agree on your review to be sucessfull!
3. If more than 100 people agree to your Idea, Love, or Warning, you’ve made it to the finals. Now you have the chance to win up to 2,500 USD.
4. A jury will examine all climate reviews and decide which ones have the greatest potential to create real change.
The winners will be presented on November 16, during We Don’t Have Time’s live broadcast from COP27 in Sharm el-Sheikh, Egypt.
The best climate review will receive a grant of 2,500 USD.  The second-best will receive 1,500 USD and the bronze medalist 1,000 USD. Time to sharpen your pen and create some great climate reviews. Good luck!
Watch last year’s award ceremony:


 ABOUT THE AWARDS
  • The users of the We Don’t Have Time app have shared thousands of climate ideas and reviews with people from all over the world. To boost even more engagement The We Don’t Have Time Foundation has instituted a grant for the best idea and climate review. The non-profit foundation is the majority shareholder in the limited company (WeDontHaveTime AB), which operates the social network with the same name.
  • The prize jury consists of the Foundation’s Board of directors: Cathy Orlando, Per-Espen Stoknes, Ingmar Rentzhog, David Olsson, Jamie Margolin (youth advisor), and Geoffrey Mboya (youth advisor).
  • Here is our guide on how to create a climate review
  • We Don’t Have Time is the world’s largest review platform for climate solutions. Join us. 
  • Ruby Kryticous

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    Great news.

    • Waqas Razzaq

      86 w

      Great ! We will participate

      • ZA-TA MOPHA ADMIN

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        Wow that's great for future and Global healing towards the Climate change and planet

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        • Paul Pearson

          86 w

          Nice!

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          • Abdellahi Sidi Mohamed Ahmed Ely

            87 w

            Truly great

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            • Sarah Chabane

              87 w

              Don't forget to participate! :D

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              • Yodo Cameroon

                87 w

                Great initiative. I strongly agree

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                • Scott Donachie

                  87 w

                  This is outstanding. We will participate

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                  • Micah

                    87 w

                    So Nice ,congratulations to all

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                    • Patrick Kiash

                      87 w

                      Great! Good luck to all participants

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                      • Johannes Luiga

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                        Truly great!

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