VIDEO CHALLENGING ON CLIMATE

                 Video competition on climate

Hi here your chance to show your video making skills by participating here 
Population Connection, as part of its Population Education program, is accepting entries in the World of 7 Billion Student Video Contest 2016-2017.
All students worldwide (grade 6-12, or the international equivalent) are invited to create a short video – up to 60 seconds – about human population growth that highlights one of the following global challenges: Climate Change, Ocean Health, or Rapid Urbanization.
total of $7,500 will be awarded in separate category prizes. The first place prize for each category is either $1,000 or $500, depending on the grade.
There is no limit to the number of students who can work on a video and no limit to the number of entries per participant.
The World of 7 Billion contest is a project of the Population Education program, provider of K-12 classroom resources and professional development opportunities. The contest is run every school year.
The contest first ran during the 2010-2011 school year as a “teachable moment” around world population reaching 7 billion.
Create a short video – up to 60 seconds – about human population growth that highlights one of the following global challenges: Climate Change, Ocean Health, or Rapid Urbanization. All videos must include:
a) how population growth impacts the issue and
b) at least one idea for a sustainable solution.
Consider narrowing your focus by concentrating on a subtheme within your topic. Possible subthemes include:
  • Climate Change – weather events and patterns, impact on
    agriculture, impact on coastal cities, human health, ecosystem disruption
  • Ocean Health – overfishing, coral bleaching, climate regulation, habitat loss, pollution, dead zones
  • Rapid Urbanization – sprawl, sanitation, air and water quality, megacities, migration, slums and informal settlements
Deadline for submissions is February 23, 2017.

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