#SolutionsForPollution Contests

#SolutionsForClimateChange Contests


You may enter a project and include a description and either a photo, slideshow, video or audio recording/ podcast... about your project.
Time limit: 1-20 minutes.

Enter your Project: plant trees and gardens, clean ups, STEM evaluations, designs, models, calculations.

(You may also include a slideshow, video or audio recording/ podcast... about your project. Time limit: 1-20 minutes.)

1. Create a title.

2. Include the benefit or findings of the project: tree planting, garden, clean up, STEM evaluation, design, model, or calculation.

How will this project, model, calculation, idea... reduce air, water or land pollution?

Will this improve health of people or animals? If so, how?

Does your project also reduce Greenhouse gases that contribute to climate change?

3. Include 3 or more steps for your project.

4. What was difficult, challenging, interesting or surprising about your project?

5. What do you recommend for other people doing this project to be successful?

6. What was easy, fun or rewarding about your project?

7. How will you share or publish your project
with others?

8. What else would you like to share?

9. Include 2 resources.

10. Include the list of materials and the time it took to complete your project.

11. Email your project to


  • Your first name and last name, grade, school, city, state and country

  • 8 random numbers to identify you. (Keep a copy of the numbers!)

  • Title of your project, action or information and why it is important to you

  • Send us a picture of the filled out entry form.

Click Here For Entry Form

The names and cities of monthly winners will be posted on CleanEarth4Kids website, Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.

The submission must be the work of the student although we recognize assistance from teachers and parents may be given in some circumstances.

By submitting an entry, the applicant acknowledges, and warrants the submission is original work and does not infringe on copyrights, or has been authorized by the copyright holder. The applicant also agrees to have their work (or their picture, image or likeness) published, reproduced or shared for educational, nonprofit purposes for no charge.