climatechangevideocontest copyThe College of the Environment’s School of Environmental and Forest Sciences recently launched its Climate Change Video Contest, asking Washington State high school and undergraduate students to create and submit videos about what climate change means to them by April 13. In three minutes or less, contest entrants will use all styles imaginable – Claymation, stand-up comedy, music video, short-form documentary, and more – to convey their ideas. Submitted videos can address a range of topics related to climate change and first-place teams will win $5,000. The School’s goal is to inspire younger students to discuss climate change since their generation will continue to face issues associated with a warming planet.

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