We have two pairs of Glastonbury tickets to give away to whoever creates the best picture or short video about climate change.
The theme of this year's Glastonbury is climate change, so we're asking you to create a picture or short video on the subject. We'll choose two winners - one picture and one video - and each winner gets a pair of tickets.
Your entry can be about pretty much anything to do with climate change – what you think about it, how it makes you feel, what you're doing about it, what you think others should be doing, the impacts, the solutions etc. It can be serious, heart-breaking, funny or downright daft. It can be a photo, a sketch, a graphic, a film, an animation, mash-up or pretty much any format you like. It can be abstract, with the connection to climate change explained in the title or caption. It just can't be offensive. And videos must be less than two minutes long.
Once you've done that, upload your entry to YouTube or Flickr, tag it getmetoglastonbury, and submit it here (the competition's now closed so link deleted). We'll judge the entries, feature the best of them on our website and show them onscreen at Glastonbury. And, if you win, you'll get to bask in the mud listening to music, secure in the knowledge that you've helped to promote awareness about climate change.
The competition closes at midnight on Sunday 17th of June. The winner will be announced on Monday 18th.
And finally, a wee reminder of what you might be missing: