How do you convince a climate change skeptic?
Due April 30th, 2017 - Calling all Washington state high school students: Grab your camera, phone or tablet and make an ad that will convince a climate change skeptic to take action! The Climate Change Video Contest is sponsored by the University of Washington School of Environmental and Forest Sciences. It’s open to the public—providing great exposure for young filmmakers and climate activists—and will be held at Town Hall Seattle this spring.
The vision of UW School of Environmental and Forest Sciences is to provide world-class, internationally recognized knowledge and leadership for environmental and natural resource issues. To be entering the contest, you are required to submit a video. Your ad can be targeted at anyone—the general public, voters, a friend, family member, local politician or world leader. What matters most is the power and effectiveness of your message, from your ability to engage viewers with opposing viewpoints, to the strength of your scientific reasoning.
Entries should be no longer than 2-minute in length.
Click the link below for Official Rules and more details.
Open to all high school students in the state of Washington, must be currently enrolled in an accredited high school and provide proof of student status.
The goal of this project is to create a 3-minute Video to help GE celebrate Mohammad Ehteshami and his contributions to Additive Manufacturing and the GE Additive business. Help tell Mohammad’s incredible story!