Climate Change Video Competition for Mpumalanga, North West and Limpopo Provinces
Submitted by: Simphiwe Ngwenya, Monday, July 25, 2016
If you are creative, care about the changing climate and are based in the Mpumalanga, North West or Limpopo Provinces, you can win one of 3 solar chargers by submitting an interesting and informative video on the significance of Climate Change within your municipality. Interested persons or teams must record a 3-minute video that describes why climate change is important in their respective municipalities. Recorded videos which specify the relevant municipality can be posted to the LetsRespondToolkit Facebook page, all posted videos can be viewed on the LetsRespondToolkit YouTube Channel.
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As inspiration, an example of a recorded video “The importance of Climate Change in the eThekwini Municipality” can be viewed on the LetsRespondToolkit YouTube channel.
- All entries should be submitted by 16H00 on the 1 September 2016.
- The videos should be brief, not longer than 3 minutes.
- All decisions made by the judges regarding adherence to contest rules and videos are final.
- Winners will be announced at 16H00 on the 5 September 2016.
Any questions regarding the competition can be forwarded to the LetsRespondToolkit Team at email@example.com and more details can be found on the Local Government Climate Change Support website.
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