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Call for entries: Create an inspiring climate-change video

January 26, 2007

Enter the "Convenient Truths" contest to create an inspiring video about ending climate change!

truths_125x125anim.gifThe contest offers great prizes valued close to $30,000, and the inside scoop is that there have been very few entries so far, so the odds are in your favor!

The contest is endorsed by former Vice President Al Gore, who called it "a great way to spread the word and bring the issue into our daily lives."

Entries should be 1- to 2-minute original videos on everyday solutions to climate change. Winners will be selected based on how inspiring, pragmatic and compelling they are.

Don't wait -- the deadline to enter is February 28th!

Don't know much about video? No problem. The CNR Dean's Office can provide advice and resources on shooting a great video, and even lend members of the CNR community high-quality equipment.

For more info, e-mail Cyril Manning.



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