Out of over 150 applications received, the 108 admitted projects of this first edition came from a large variety of countries and contexts, drawing an inspiring landscape of initiatives innovating climate change communication through various forms of art, theatre, video making, music, photography, journalism, gaming, education, data visualization, and the use of digital channels and tools.

Most of the admitted projects to the CMCC Climate Change Communication Award “Rebecca Ballestra” came from Europe (79), but candidates also included North America (10), Africa (9), Asia (5), Latin America (3) and Australia (2).

Find out more about them on this page*!

We deeply thank all groups, individuals, and organizations who sent their communication projects!

The winning project, determined by the international jury, is FutureSHORELINE, an art + science project that uses a floating and land art installation to visualize the latest scientific flooding projections and the projected municipal adaptation strategy, and conducts social science research to understand its impact in the Boston, MA community.

Tha Award Ceremony was held in Milan, Italy on September 30 at the event “Voices of the transition. Climate change communication for a sustainable future“.

* projects are listed below in alphabetical order.

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