'The Future We Want - Drop by Drop' calls for world-wide public voting

12 March 2012
Copenhagen/Brussels (Denmark/Belgium) - 'The Future We Want - Drop by Drop' - hosted by The United Nations in Brussels, in collaboration with the Nordic Council of Ministers - is now calling for world-wide public voting until 21 March.

Copenhagen/Brussels (Denmark/Belgium) - 'The Future We Want - Drop by Drop' - hosted by The United Nations in Brussels, in collaboration with the Nordic Council of Ministers - is now calling for world-wide public voting until 21 March.

The competition brings together water, the green economy and Rio+20. The ad with the most votes wins the public vote prize. The Europe-wide competition is a part of the United Nations global campaign called The Future We Want in the lead up to Rio+20, the UN Conference on Sustainable Development, scheduled for 20-22 June 2012.

Visit the Icograda event calendar page for details.


For further information visit the competition website.

For questions on the competition please contact:

Afsane Bassir-Pour
Director UNRIC
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T +32 2788 847 0

For additional information about the UN Environment Programme, please contact:

James Morris
Information Officer
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T +32 2213 3059

About UNRIC

UNRIC, the United Nations Regional Information Centre for Western Europe in Brussels, serves 22 European countries in the field of information. UN Information Centres in other European countries (Moscow, Prague, Ankara, Kiev, Warsaw, Bucharest, Geneva, Vienna, Tbilisi, Yerevan, Baku and Minsk) are active partners in organising the competition.