We’re excited to announce the latest winners of Helium’s Citizen Journalism Award contests.

Kenneth Boser II won the 1H20 Citizen Journalism Award by writing about the United States’ position on access to clean drinking water as a basic human right and how it compares with the policies of other countries.

Mouhcine Azizoun won the 1H20 Citizen Journalism Award by writing about what is causing Lake Chad and other lakes to shrink.

Be sure to check out more information on these contests and the current winner on the 1h20 website.

Be sure to check out the current Citizen Journalism contests and let your voice be heard.

We’re excited to announce the latest winners of Helium Citizen Journalism Award contests.

Barb won the 1H20 Citizen Journalism Award by writing about the main source of pollution in America’s rivers and lakes and how experts think the problem can be resolved. Be sure to check out more information on this contest and the current winner on the 1h20 website.

Elizabeth M. Young won the Center for Responsive Politics/OpenSecrets Citizen Journalism Award by writing about changes she would make to the nation’s campaign finance system.

Be sure to check out the current Citizen Journalism contests and let your voice be heard.

We’re excited to announce the latest winner of a Helium Citizen Journalism Award contest.

Mark Sullivan won the 1H2O Citizen Journalism Award by writing about whether future wars are going to be fought over water or if leaders will be able to resolve conflicts as they have in the past Be sure to check out more information on this contest and the current winner on the 1H2O website.

Be sure to check out the current Citizen Journalism contests and let your voice be heard.

We’re excited to announce the latest winner of a Helium Citizen Journalism Award contest.

Sarah Parrish won the 1H20 Citizen Journalism Award by writing about the links between droughts in California and Argentina, two places that are thousands of miles apart and in distinctly different places on the globe. Be sure to check out more information on this contest and the current winner on the 1h20 website.

Be sure to check out the current Citizen Journalism contests and let your voice be heard.

We’re excited to announce the latest winner of a Helium Citizen Journalism Award contest.

Pamela Kay won the 1H20 Citizen Journalism Award by writing about who is to blame for the contamination of so many of the world’s rivers. Be sure to check out more information on this contest and the current winner on the 1h20 website.

Be sure to check out the current Citizen Journalism contests and let your voice be heard.

We’re excited to announce the latest winners of the Helium Citizen Journalism Award contests.

Darrin A Yarbrough won the Sunshine Week Citizen Journalism Award by writing about what kind of official government information should be available online, and what should be considered to be off limits.

Marc Phillippe Babineau won the 1H20 Citizen Journalism Award by writing about whether individuals can significantly ease the world water crisis, or if they must rely on governments, corporations, the United Nations, the European Union and non-profits, for a remedy. Be sure to check out more information on this contest and the current winner on the 1h2o website.

Be sure to check out the current Citizen Journalism contests and let your voice be heard.

This week there are several new Citizen Journalism Award contests.

Go to 1H2O’s Citizen Journalism Award contest page. The new contest title is Can individuals significantly ease the world water crisis, or must we rely on governments, corporations, the United Nations, the European Union and non-profits, for a remedy?

This title is now open to contest submissions. The submission deadline is Thursday, February 12. A winner will be announced about two weeks later, after sufficient rating has taken place.

Go to Sunshine Week’s Citizen Journalism Award contest page. The new contest title is What kind of official government information should be available online, and what do you consider to be off limits?

This title is now open to contest submissions. The submission deadline is Friday, February 13. A winner will be announced about two weeks later, after sufficient rating has taken place.

Go to ResearchSEA – Asia Research News ’s Citizen Journalism Award contest page. The new contest title is Since the world faces many challenges in 2009 including a global economic crisis, climate change, political upheavals and more, what are Asia’s main challenges in 2009 and how will you be affected?

This title is now open to contest submissions. The submission deadline is Tuesday, March 31. A winner and two runner ups will be announced on April 15, after sufficient rating has taken place.

We’re excited to announce the latest winners of the Helium Citizen Journalism Award contests.

Subhadeep Dasgupta won the 1H20 Citizen Journalism Award by writing about how the programs and actions of corporations compare with what they say about their interest and involvement in the worldwide water crisis. Be sure to check out more information on this contest and the current winner on the 1h20 website.

KD Zuppinger won the Sunshine Week Citizen Journalism Award by writing about what the Obama administration’s priorities for transparent government should be.

Be sure to check out the current Citizen Journalism contests and let your voice be heard.

We’re excited to announce the latest winners of the Helium Citizen Journalism Award contests.

George Lorimer won the 1H20 Citizen Journalism Award by writing about how corruption contributes to global water shortages. Be sure to check out more information on this contest and the current winner on the 1h20 website.

Amanda Day won the PETA Citizen Journalism Award by writing about the effect of factory farming on the environment.

Erin Knight and Paxus both won the Sunshine Week Citizen Journalism Award by writing about whether government candidates should be required to hold press conferences and answer questions from the media and the public. Since this contest title is a debate, Erin won for the “Yes” side and Paxus won for the “No” side.

Be sure to check out the current Citizen Journalism contests and let your voice be heard.