If you’ve been following a climate change or energy story that irks you or astonishes you, makes you want to laugh or cry, you can bring it to a wider audience by entering The Energy Mix’s first annual Climate Fools’ Contest.
When you spend a lot of your time talking, writing, thinking, or advocating about climate and energy, things can get very serious, very fast. Which is why fake news sites like The Onion and The Beaverton and comedians like Andy Borowitz and Jon Stewart get to have all the fun spoofing the real story.
Now it’s your turn.
In our April 1 edition, we’ll lead our news coverage with the top three humour pieces we receive. They’ll get prime billing on our social media channels. And the dozen best submissions will be added to our permanent content archive.
It’s easy to enter the contest, and you can send us as many stories as you want. Just go to our Climate Fools page, read the contest rules, and fill out the form. The contest is limited to Energy Mix subscribers—but subscriptions are free, and you can unsubscribe whenever you want. (And we’ve been getting rave reviews from our regular readers.)
The contest closes Monday, March 30 at midnight ET.