WIN UNEP-WCMC’S WORLD ATLAS OF CORAL REEFS

Win UNEP-WCMC’S
WORLD ATLAS OF CORAL REEFS
Answer three questions and tell us in not more than 15 words how each of us can connect to the world wide web of life.
 

1. On what day is World Environment Day celebrated each year?

2. Which two places will host the international celebrations for World Environment Day 2001?

3. What is the slogan for World Environment Day 2001?

‘I believe that each of us can connect to the world wide web of life by...

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One first prize of the NEW UNEP World Conservation Monitoring Centre’s World Atlas of Coral Reefs, donated by the University of California Press and UNEP-WCMC. Three runners up will each receive a copy of Earth and Faith published by UNEP.

Entries must be received by SMI, PO BOX 119, PIN GREEN, STEVENAGE, HERTFORDSHIRE SG1 4TP, UK, or corals@ourplanet.com no later than 20 September 2001.


The winner and runners up will be chosen by a panel consisting of UNEP’s Executive Director, its Director of Information, and the Editor of Our Planet from the entries received. The decision of the judges is final. This competition is closed to all those working for UNEP, UNEP-WCMC, Banson, KPC Group, SMI, University of California Press, and all other companies and organizations associated with the production of Our Planet magazine and their families. A full set of rules is available on application from corals@ourplanet.com



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