Celebrate how the Montreal Protocol has helped protect life on Earth
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Due October 15th, 2012 -
Were you born on or after the historic date in September, 1987, when nations of the world came together to protect the endangered ozone layer?
If so, you have a chance to create a short video about this remarkable environmental achievement - and win attractive prizes including a trip to Geneva!
The United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) is launching a global video competition for young people to produce a very short video on the Montreal Protocol on Substances that Deplete the Ozone Layer, which celebrates its 25th anniversary in September this year.
The videos should highlight – in an engaging manner – any aspect of the Montreal Protocol and how its implementation has helped protect all life on Earth. It can focus on the local, regional or global levels.
Click the link below for Official Rules and more details.
An all-expenses paid roundtrip to Geneva
Seven short-listed Runners Up will received a UNEP certificate
All ten best videos will be shown on the UNEP Ozone Secretariat’s and OzonAction websites for a year.
All participants will be awarded with a UNEP Ozone Secretariat’s certificate of participation.
All individuals under the age of 25 (born on or after 16 September 1987) from all nations of the world are invited to participate in this competition.
Be a good sport and make a vocab GIF for Project ED based on one of eight given words. You could earn up to $200 if you knock it out the park!