Deadline: 7th April 2024 |

The stark realities of plastic waste, e-waste, pollution, and the looming threat of climate change aren’t abstract problems; they’re real and pressing issues that demand our attention now.

Southeast Asia stands at a crucial crossroads. The need for collective action has never been more significant, and the urgency has never been clearer. It’s not just about addressing these issues; it’s about securing the resilience and prosperity of our region.

The time to act is now, and the project, “GreenLens: Southeast Asian Youths’ Perspectives on Environmental Issues”, is our response. We need to be courageous to confront the truths, and come up with solutions but also be creative to present those stories.

-Curate impactful virtual eco-exhibition
-Inspire ASEAN youths in environmental advocacy through arts
-Provide invaluable learning opportunities in creative expression
-Amplify environmental awareness beyond regional borders
-Foster community engagement through interactive virtual eco-exhibition.

Phase 1: Photo Competition 

Empower ASEAN youths to submit original photos accompanied by narratives addressing environmental challenges

Phase 2: Virtual Eco-Exhibition 

Showcases all submitted entries, digital space to amplify impactful eco-narratives (Challenges and Solutions) of ASEAN youths


  • Open to all individuals of any ASEAN nationality (including Brunei, Cambodia, Indonesia, Laos, Malaysia, Myanmar (Burma), Philippines, Singapore, Thailand, Vietnam, and Timor-Leste) AND currently based in an ASEAN country or Timor-Leste during the period of competition.
  • Be 25 years old (born in 1999) or younger at the time of application (A copy of ID will be required for shortlisted participants);
  • How and when can I participate?

It will only take less than 30 minutes to secure your place on the project by completing the online application form. Then, an automatic email will be sent to the email you used to register for the program to make sure you successfully submitted your application.

  • Is it free to take part?

Yes, the application to the GreenLens project is free of charge.

Find out more and apply at the official link below:


Apply before 7th April, 2024