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Changing Planet Justice In The News

Members of the media, please contact Arielle Kouyoumdjian, Executive Director.
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2023 Profiled in Capgemini Conversations For Tomorrow, a publication featuring internationally recognized sustainability leaders and Nobel Laureates: PDF Link, page 142

CapGemini Research Institute podcast interview: "Future Sight: Climate Change--We Need to Talk"

2024 Virginia Professional Communicators Statewide Contest

  • 2nd Place for Web and Social Media: Nonprofit, government or educational: Changing Planet Justice Foundation

2023 Bow Seat Ocean Awareness International Contest: Senior Winner for Interactive and Multimedia (“Unsung Climate Hero: Wisdom from a Berber High Atlas Mountain Guide”) 

2024 WTOP News broadcast feature and online article about the Changing Planet Justice Foundation

How a Northern Virginia teen is spreading the word around climate change with art - WTOP News

2024 Dogwood News Feature: "Have you heard how one teen from Fairfax is taking action to help improve our planet?"

2023 “Chairman's Champion” Fairfax County Board of Supervisors 3rd quarter: recognized as “a champion in equity and climate change within our community”  

2023 Philanthropy News Digest: "How a Northern Virginia teen is spreading the word about climate change with art"

2023 Youth Journalism International Contest: First Place for Multimedia Features: “Finding  A Home In Music”; and “Bears Ears National Monument, Climate Change, and Tribal Sovereignty”; 2022

2023-present Youth Radio Media National Youth Advisory Board Member

2022 Best of School Newspapers Online (SNO) Award: “Milad’s tale in his own words: From Afghanistan to Potomac”

 

2021 Boston Globe/Boston University Grand Prize winner and full scholarship for summer Journalism seminar

 

2021 First Place, Global Youth and News Media Teen Reporting- Climate Champions World Teenage Reporting Contest: Podcast Episode: An Interview With The Communications Coordinator for The National Park Service Climate Change Response Initiative

 

2021 NYTimes Student Podcast Contest, First Place: “Is This Green Space Too White?

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