MAASTRICHT, THE NETHERLANDS: The European Journalism Centre has announced the winners of its TH!NK 4: Climate Change blogging competition. More than 173 bloggers and journalists participated in the competition from around the world, reporting on both global and local climate change issues.
Winners of this competition round of the TH!NK ABOUT IT blogging series will travel to Cancun, Mexico in December 2010 to report live from the COP16 climate conference. The second round is still open to both existing and new entrants to the TH!NK blogger network, with prizes including a MacBook and HD Flip camera to be drawn just before Christmas.
Aiming to provide an online platform
TH!NK ABOUT IT is a blogging series organised by the European Journalism Centre, a non-profit media organisation, with financial support from the European Commission. The series is aimed at professional and aspiring journalists and new media creators from a diverse range of backgrounds.
TH!NK aims to provide an online platform for coverage of a timely topic, establishing an international community of bloggers in the process. The first series in 2009 concentrated on the European parliamentary elections, with subsequent editions focusing on global topics such as climate change and development.
TH!NK 4: Climate Change Winners
Lara Smallman, Great Britain Laszlo Keki, Hungary Line Leonhard, Denmark Samuel Lee-Gammage, Great Britain Giedre Steikunaite, Lithuania Lubomir Mitev, Bulgaria Maria E.R. Mannucci, Italy Liam Moriarty, USA/Ireland Daea Marius, Romania Borut Tavcar, Slovenia Raul Cazan, Romania Erik Struyf, Peru Dalia Lenkauskaite, Lithuania Bartolomeo Buscema, Italy Fotis Kafarakis, Greece Roman Stanek, Czech Republic
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