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World of 7 Billion Video Contest 2017

Deadline: Deadline: Always Open23-Feb-2017
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What is World of 7 Billion Video Contest 2017?

World of 7 Billion Video Contest 2017 objective is to provide a chance to the students of class 6 to 12 to create a short video up to 60 seconds about human population growth that highlights one of the following global challenges: Climate Change, Ocean Health, or Rapid Urbanization. Students will be awarded up to $1000 by the world of 7 billion organisation.

Who can apply for this scholarship ?

Students of class 6 to 12 are eligible to apply.

How can you apply ?

Application can be done online with the following steps:
Step 1: First pick a given topic.
Step 2: Research the issue.
Step 3: Develop the solution.
Step 4: Now create a video, tips for video.
Step 5: Upload your video.

FAQs

Q: Who can enter?
A:
Any middle or high school student (grade 6-12, or the international equivalent) is free to enter. Students may be located anywhere in the world.

Q: When is the deadline for submissions?
A: 
All entries must be uploaded by 5:00 pm (eastern time, US) on Thursday, February 23, 2017.

Q: What will I be judged on?
A:
The videos will be judged by topic with winners in each global challenge area. See the World of 7 Billion Judging Rubric for more details about how the entries will be judged.

Q: Will I receive feedback on my video entry?
A:
Due to the number of entries, only the winning videos will receive feedback on the content of their entry.

Terms and Conditions

  • All videos must include:
  1. how population growth impacts the issue
  2. at least one idea for a sustainable solution.
  • The video should be an up to 60 seconds.
  • Topics:
  1. Climate Change–weather events and patterns, impact on agriculture, impact on coastal cities, human health, ecosystem disruption.
  2. Ocean Health–overfishing, coral bleaching, climate regulation, habitat loss, pollution, dead zones.
  3. Rapid Urbanization–sprawl, sanitation, air and water quality, megacities, migration, slums and informal settlements.

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