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iGeo Posters Competition

Each team is invited to share your ideas on your country’s response to the growing threat of global warming.

In 2018 An Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) report suggested that keeping to a 1.5℃ reduction in temperature by the end of the 21st century would require "rapid, far-reaching and unprecedented changes in all aspects of society”.

What are the different impacts of climate change in your country?

How is your country tackling the challenge of reducing greenhouse gasses by the end of the 21st century?

How acceptable do you think the required changes will be?

Images and text are permitted on your poster, but no videos or commentaries will be allowed to keep the size to a reasonable one for uploading.

Posters will be uploaded to a central portal.

Groups of countries will then get together to talk about the information on their poster. Students will be able to ask questions about each other’s poster.

Posters must be created digitally, using PowerPoint or other graphic design software.

Posters must be submitted in the Portable Document Format (pdf).

Posters have to be prepared and presented by the students taking part in the iGeo. Using a poster prepared by someone else is unacceptable.

The poster presentation is not counted as part of a student’s final score in the iGeo. However, a prize will be given for the team whose poster is voted the best.

THE DEADLINE FOR THE SUBMISSION OF THE POSTER IS 1700 GMT ON 27 JULY 2021 Click for poster add!

Posters must be created digitally, using PowerPoint, or other graphic design software. Please note that the organizer only accepts high-resolution PDF file for digital presentation. We will digital presentation the posters for all teams and have them available at the beginning of the iGeo.
 
Poster dimensions are 762 mm (W) x 1016 mm (H) (30” wide by 40” high / Quad Crown), portrait view only
Ensure that posters have 1.5 cm (1/2”) bleeding area when submitting for present.
Suggested resolution for printing is 350 dpi or above
Suggested colour tone for printing is CMYK
Posters must be submitted in the Portable Document Format (.pdf)

Click for poster add!

Posters have to be prepared and presented by the students taking part in the iGeo. Using a poster prepared by someone else is unacceptable.

The poster presentation is not counted as part of a student’s final score in the iGeo. However, a prize is planned for the team whose poster is voted the best.

Click for poster add!