Climate Change Video Challenge

The Living Climate Change Video Challenge / Presented by IDEO and open to people of all ages.

What’s your vision of the future?

Create a video of no more than 2 minutes that depicts how you see climate change shaping our lives over the next 20 to 30 years.

2 Grand Prizes of $3000 plus a “Deep Dive” half-day workshop with IDEO.

Deadline for entries: Tuesday May 25, 2010

Click here for details!

And not only do you get to express your concern for climate change, you get your work in front of a pretty hefty name-dropping group of judges:

18 and over judges

Bill Moggridge, director, Cooper-Hewitt, National Design Museum
Allan Chochinov, editor-in-chief, Core77.com
Wendy E Brawer, founding director, Green Map System and DESIGN 21 advisory board member
Mat Hunter, chief design officer, Design Council
Gary Hustwit, independent filmmaker
Jennifer Leonard, IDEO project lead and Living Climate Change guest editor
Pascal Soboll, practice lead, IDEO
Xeni Jardin, co-editor, Boing Boing

18 and under judges

Sir Ken Robinson, celebrated creativity and education expert
David Kelley, founder & chairman, IDEO and the Stanford “d.school”
Dr. Milton Chen, senior fellow and executive director emeritus, George Lucas Educational Foundation
Sandy Speicher, Design for Learning domain leader, IDEO
Roshi Givechi, design director and co-lead, IDEO San Francisco

GET FILMING!!! You did read the part about the 2 Grand Prizes of $3000 plus a “Deep Dive” half-day workshop with IDEO, right?!!! Maybe this will be my excuse to buy that new Canon D7. Maybe.

-jp

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