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Climate Cost Project 2018 'Witnessing Change'
Make the case for community action about climate change.
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Due November 15th, 2018 - The 2018 Witnessing Change Video Competition is asking environmentally and community-oriented filmmakers to make short videos on climate impacts that are happening in the United States. The competition is the storytelling arm of the Climate Cost Project, which is working to increase awareness of the consequences of climate change that are already unfolding in American communities.

1. Personal Costs of Climate Change Impacts
These videos should highlight personal stories of people who have been impacted by climate change. This can include people whose homes, business, communities, or favorite landscapes have been affected by climate change impacts, such as increased flooding, drought, fire, and sea level rise.

2. Community Resilience to Climate Change
These videos should include stories of local measures communities are taking to become more resilient to climate change, or to reduce environmental factors contributing to it. They can include measures to create resilient landscapes that are more resistant to impacts, or measures to reduce emissions, such as cleaner energy, increased energy efficiency, or better resource and development practices. Measures must be at a neighborhood, community, or municipality level.

Video length should not exceed 2 minutes and 30 seconds, excluding credits and references.

Click the link below for Official Rules and more details.

Prizes

1st Place:
$1,000

Two Runner-up Winners:
$250

Eligibility
Open to High School and College students living in the United States.

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