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Terms and Conditions
The rules listed below form the terms and conditions of the ‘My City’ photography competition. Please note that by submitting an entry (electronically), you are deemed to have agreed to and accepted these rules.
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Specific privacy statement
The personal data you provide in the ‘My City’ submission form is processed in accordance with regulation (EC) No 45/2001 [OJ L 8/1 of 12.01.2001] of the European Parliament and of the Council of 18 December 2000 on the protection of individuals with regard to the processing of personal data by the Community institutions and bodies and on the free movement of such data.
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Competition rules
What does urban environment mean to you? The European Environment Agency (EEA) invites you to share moments captured in European cities in the ‘My City’ photography competition. You may choose to depict a personal or a generic story. Competition winners will receive a cash prize, and all entries may be promoted by the EEA and its partners across Europe.
Located in About EEA Competitions My City – photography competition
My City – photography competition
What does urban environment mean to you? The European Environment Agency (EEA) invites you to share moments captured in European cities in the ‘My City’ photography competition.
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Folder My City – photography competition
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Article D source code Urban world
Did you know? A city affects a large area outside its own boundaries. For example, London alone is thought to need an area of almost 300 times its geographical size to satisfy its demands and to dispose of its waste and emissions. (SOER 2010)
Located in Signals — Living in a changing climate Signals 2011 Articles
Publication Ensuring quality of life in Europe's cities and towns
In May 2008, the Council of Europe's Congress of Local and Regional Authorities captured the concerns and desires of urban policy‑makers and citizens in the title of its new European Urban Charter: Manifesto for a new urbanity. Like numerous other international and European charters, conventions and declarations, the manifesto describes with some apprehension the 'unprecedented environmental, democratic, cultural, social and economic challenges' facing urban centres and their inhabitants. Our report on quality of life in Europe's cities and towns reiterates these concerns but also unravels the many apparent paradoxes of urban development and the sometimes perplexing realities of urban Europe today. The report defines a vision for progress towards a more sustainable, well‑designed urban future.
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