The European winners from Greece in the secondary education students category: Demetris Ntaras, “I can”, and the 3rd Gymnasium of Corinth, “I dream of a city that is friendlier, more at home”
‴ International

The International CLIC Landscape Competition was announced on January 30th 2014 and run in parallel to the national competitions until September 30th 2014. Participants from the eligible countries listed below were invited to submit an idea / project based on the use of ICT (Information and Communication Technology) devices and tools to face a challenge for the landscape, with respect to the principles of the European Landscape Convention. Participants competed in one of three categories (Secondary Education Pupils, University Students and the General Public). The 2 best entries – from Hungary and Romania in the general public category – were shortlisted and got a chance to travel to Estonia, where they presented their idea and took part in the international E-CLIC Competition.

List of eligible countries:

Austria Liechtenstein
Belgium Lithuania
Bulgaria Luxembourg
Croatia Malta
Cyprus Netherlands
Czech Republic Norway
Denmark Poland
Finland Portugal
France Romania
Hungary Slovakia
Iceland Sweden
Ireland Switzerland
Italy Turkey

The landscape challenges set were as follows:

  1. Urban sprawl/inner urban shrinkage
  2. Post-industrial landscapes 
  3. Extensification/intensification of rural landscapes