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EPA 'Climate Change in Focus' Video Contest
Middle school students, why do you care about climate change?
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Due March 18th, 2014 - The National Environmental Education Foundation and the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency are partnering to bring you this climate change student video contest. Your challenge, should you choose to accept it, is to create a video that is 30-120 seconds long (so 2 minutes maximum) and that answers these two questions:

   1. Why do you care about climate change?
   2. How are you reducing carbon pollution or preparing for the impacts of climate change?

Your video should describe how climate change affects you, your family, friends, and community, now or in the future.

Be cool! Be creative! Use storytelling or images or shadow puppets or anything that explains the steps you're taking, or could take, to reduce carbon pollution and prepare for a changing climate. Feel free to recruit your friends and make it a group project (one prize will be awarded for each winning entry).

Click the link below for Official Rules and more details.

Prizes

1st Place
Solar Charging Backpack...and Your Video featured on EPA's website for all to see!

2nd Place
Pulse Jump Rope (generates energy to charge your phone)

3rd Place
Soccket Soccer Ball (turns kinetic energy from play into electrical energy that can be used to power small devices)

Early Entry Prizes
The first 100 students who enter will receive a subscription to National Geographic Kids magazine

Eligibility
Open to U.S. residents who are ages 11 to 14 on or before January 10, 2014.

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