The brief for 2022 - How would addressing inequality help to combat the climate crisis?
We are in the midst of a global climate crisis, and we want to hear students’ own views on how addressing issues of economic, gender, race and other forms of inequality might help to combat this crisis.
Students are invited to approach the topic however they wish. They are strongly encouraged to explore and consider different types of inequality and include their own personal views, perspectives and experiences to help bring their thoughts and visions alive.
Each student is invited to submit one essay in English, entitled: “How would addressing inequality help to combat the climate crisis?”
The essay length varies by age as follows:
Primary students (ages 7-11): 400 words
Secondary and College students (ages 12-18): 600 words
Need inspiration?View our entry resources
09 September 2021
Registration opens for Teacher Champions/Schools to participate in TSL 2022 Essay Competition
09 January 2022
Final deadline for essay entries
01 March 2022
Announcement of international essay competition Finalists & Honourable Mentions
22 March 2022
Grand Prize Trophy Winner & Top Ten Medallists notified (confidentially)
1 March - 17 June 2022
11 July 2022
Teacher Champions Exchange (online)
11 & 12 July 2022
International Schools Debate & Awards (online)
13-16 July 2022
Partner Power Summit (online)