Results of Alarko Carrier's "4th Global Climate Change Photography Contest" Announced
Results of the photography contest themed "global climate change", organized by Alarko Carrier for the last four years to draw attention to the devastating effects of global warming and climate change, have been announced.
At the contest where thirteen photographs made it to the finals, winner Özgür Çetinel was presented with a DJI SPARK Alpine Drone device. Runner-up Onur Uygar Şahin and third-place winner Şükrü Levent Deniz received Toshiba Split Air Conditioners, and fourth-place winner Hakan İlban and fifth-place winner Meral Ateş were given Lenovo tablets. Mustafa Doğan, who ranked sixth, was awarded an Ultimate Ears BOOM 2 portable speaker. D&R shopping cards were presented to the remaining finalists Fırat Kıztanrı, Arzu İbranoğlu, Tuncay Avcı, Kazım Kuyucu, Oğuz Yalvaç, Hasan Güzel, and Ahu Algın. The jury of this year's contest consisted of Niv Garih, Chairman of the Board of Directors of Alarko Carrier, Alper Kaptanoğlu, Deputy CEO of Alarko Group of Companies (Contracting), Ali İhsan Gökçen, photographer, Şükran Moral, artist, and Ahmet Erdem, photographer and Instagram phenomenon. Stating that Alarko Carrier embraces sustainability and treats environmental awareness as a main objective in all of its activities, Önder Şahin, General Manager of Alarko Carrier, said: "We think that sustainability plays a major role in developing the future of every individual in the world. Considering that the Earth is the only habitable place we have, we should appreciate what we have, and try to protect it in the best possible way. At Alarko Carrier, we have been acting on this awareness in every aspect of our business processes for over twenty years, and making our best efforts for a habitable world. With the photography contest themed "global climate change", whose fourth edition we organized this year, we want to point out to the issue of climate change, whose impact we feel more and more each passing day. I would like to thank the applicants for this year's contest, more than 2.800 people, for their participation, and extend my heartfelt congratulations to the highest-ranking participants for their awareness."