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RestoreMyClimate.org Launches Climate Change Video Contest

RestoreMyClimate.org is a video contest presented by the Citizens’ Climate Education Corp that invites young people in Grades 5-12 to create compelling videos that educate peers, family and community about real solutions to climate change.
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RestoreMyClimate.org is a video contest presented by the Citizens’ Climate Education Corp that invites young people in Grades 5-12 to create compelling videos that educate peers, family and community about real solutions to climate change.

Plan and create an informative video which includes one or both of the following messages:

Call for Hope
Hope videos should tell us why you believe that we can solve the climate change issue.

Call To Action
Action videos should educate peers, family and community about what America can do to restore the climate of the 1980s by 2070.

Prizes can be awarded to individuals, groups, classrooms or schools. The 1st Place Winner will be awarded a trip to Washington, D.C. in June to join their state’s delegation for the 5th Annual Citizens’ Climate Lobby Conference. Alternatively, the 1st place winner may accept a $1,500 grant to be spent on climate education and/or action projects in their school or community.

The contest is open to U.S. residents who are ages 10 to 17 on or before June 1, 2014.

Videos must be 60-240 seconds long and meet contest technical guidelines.

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