DENR launches Philippine Biodiversity Conservation logo-making contest
Siquijor (27 February) -- The Department of Environment and Natural Resources-Protected Area and Wildlife Bureau (DENR-PAWB) is launching the Philippine Biodiversity Conservation logo- making contest as part of the celebration of the International Year of Biodiversity which is a celebration of life on earth and the value of biodiversity in our life.
Logo entries should be organized and the number of colors used. The logo should not carry the name of the artist. Logo must have a resolution not less than 1000x1400pixels or at least 600 dpl with a file extension of jpg.
The logo must interpret and depict the richness of the Philippine biodiversity, the benefits it brings to humans and how we can conserve and protect them. The logo can also include a slogan/message for the Philippine biodiversity. A one page rationale describing the components of the logo should also be included in the email entry.
All entries should be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org or at email@example.com on or before April 9,2010 together with the contestant's basic information. (Name/institution/address/contact number).
The design of the logo must be certified original and / or officially submitted by the participant. Any complaints that may arise due to similarities, likeness or comparison of the design would be the accountability of the participant and would be responsible to prove its authenticity.
The logo-making competition shall be judged according to the following criteria: Concept/Message=40%, Originality=30%, Impact=30%.
Winning entry will be declared by PAWB and will serve as the official logo for Philippine Biodiversity Conservation. The decision of the judges is final.
The winner shall be informed through email and telephone call from a designated PAWB staff.
A cash prize and a certificate will be given to the winner on April 22, 2010, the Earth Day.
All entries submitted as entry for the contest shall be considered as property of DENR_PAWB and maybe used by the Bureau. Likewise, submitted entries will be featured in the Bureau's IEC such as but not limited to publications, advertisements, exhibits and other printed or digital media.
The logo contest is part of the celebration for the National Year of Biodiversity (NYB) which was declared by the Convention of Biological Diversity (CBD).
CBD take advantage of the NYB to promote public awareness on biodiversity and its importance to national development, highlight local initiatives on biodiversity conservation, encourage the public to protect and conserve the country's biodiversity, and elicit public participation in the celebration of the NYB 2010. (PIA-Siquijor) [top]