EPA and the National Environmental Education Foundation are partnering on a climate change student video contest for middle school students. The challenge is to create a video that is 30-120 seconds long and that answers the questions: 1) Why do you care about climate change; and 2) How are you reducing carbon pollution or preparing for the impacts of climate change?
Video entries should describe how climate change affects you, your family, friends, and community, now or in the future. Applicants can use storytelling, images, or anything that explains the steps you’re taking, or could take, to prepare for a changing climate.
The deadline for entries is March 18, 2014. Winners will be announced on the contest website on or around April 22, 2014. To learn more, visit: http://epa.gov/climatechange/kids/contest.html.