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ZeroHour NC is hosting a contest to encourage climate action for NC youth groups in April starting on Sunday, April 4th.The challenge consists of 4 themed weeks: sustainability and action, intersectional activism, local environmental service, and dialogue and education. Each week contains a synchronous activity and several asynchronous options. For example, our events include a discussion based Zoom seminar and a citizen science challenge.
ZeroHour will be giving out different amounts of points for different activities, with synchronous activities and more involved activities worth more than asynchronous activities. Each participant will earn their group points. For example, activities such as a call with an indigenous speaker will be worth 3 points, whereas a personal conversation with a family member will be worth 1 point. The prizes will go out to the top 3 groups by point total: $50 per youth group to fund environmental projects.Follow @zerohournc on Instagram for updates and information on specific challenges. Add your youth group to the challenge here.