Our Creative Climate Awards are an annual series of events

showcasing climate-inspired works and community action.



Use your creativity.  Inspire climate action. 

Our Creative Climate Awards celebrate artists and culture creators who engage, educate, and incite action with their creativity. 

Each year, we have an open call for participants in a month long exhibit in NYC. If selected, you will be invited to participate in special events, have your work seen by our judges, and compete for $2000 in prize money. 


Image: Patricia Heuker of Hoek-Tjittes


Take a look at past works below and get inspired to take climate action. Purchase beautiful art and 100% of proceeds support our work. 

All shipping costs are the responsibility of the purchaser.  Items are located in NYC.  



Use your creativity.  Inspire climate action. 

Our Creative Climate Awards judges are a diverse community of policymakers, activists, culture creators, communications and climate experts.  They select CCA winners based upon artistic merit, climate communications impact, and how well the works inspire action. 

Take a look at last year's judges below.

Image: Dominique Paul




2016: Emma Zinsmeister, Climate Change Programs Specialist, EPA, Edward Granger, Amy Purssey, Blanca Juti, Lisa Kim, Nina Edwards. 2015: Berndt Arell, Director of the National Museum, Stockholm, Sweden; Marcia Sells, Associate Vice President, Program Development and Initiatives & Associate Dean, Office of Community Outreach, Columbia University School of the Arts; Karen Boyer, Independent Art Advisor; Lawrence B. Benenson, Principal, Benenson Capital Partners, LLC, MoMa Board Member, Art Collector; Brooks Atwood, Founder & Creative Director of Brooks Atwood Design, TV Host at A&E, Adjunct Faculty at Parsons School of Design; James Hannaham, Associate Professor, Pratt Institute Writing MFA; Maureen Sarro, Owner, Fitzroy Gallery; Saisha Grayson, Assistant Curator of feminist art, The Brooklyn Museum; Brian Tate, President, The Tate Group/Co-Founder, Curate NYC; Althea Viafora-Kress, Independent art dealer; Randy Olson, Filmmaker, author of "Don't Be Such a Scientist", and science-story coach; Patrick L. Kinney, Sc.D., Professor of Environmental Health Sciences, Director, Columbia Climate and Health Program Department of Environmental Health Sciences, Mailman School of Public Health at Columbia University; Brice Lalonde, former Environment Minister of France; "No Impact Man" Colin Beavan, writer;  John Fiege, filmmaker; Lana Wilson filmaker and Film and Dance Curator, Performa; Michael Nieling Owner, Creative Director, Ocupop and Professor, Milwaukee Institute of Art and Design; Amy Braunschweiger Senior Web Communications Manager, Human Rights Watch.