TASMANIAN CLIMATE CHANGE STORIES
Sharing stories about changing climate from Tasmania, Australia and the world.
This site aims to give Tasmanian students a voice and produce a living library of how climate change is affecting them, their local communities and their future health, safety, jobs and more.
By collecting stories about climate change, students can assess for themselves the impacts and consider changes that we might all need to make.
Sharing stories and experiences is the way people communicate and learn, pass on knowledge and form judgements. Hearing stories first-hand is more powerful and meaningful than relaying someone else's experience. This innovative interactive citizen science project aims to collect stories from Tasmanians about the impacts of climate change.
Winners will be announced Tuesday 21st November at Kids for Kids conference in Hobart.
1. Students are invited to individually record and submit an interview or story about the impacts of climate change from their local community and upload to our competition.
2. Research a climate change issue that interests you then seek out a local area or person who could help tell or show their story.
3. Ask someone you know: family, friends or another young person or seek out someone who may have been affected or noticed a change in the environment such as: a tour operator, a land owner, a fire fighter, a health specialist an environmentalist, a tourist or a fish farmer.
4. Record the interview or story using iPhone, iPad or video camera.
5. Video should not be longer than 90 seconds.
6. Still photos, music and editing can all enhance your video story. Creative commons is an internet site that has photos and videos that can be used for educational purposes.
K-3: Annual Parks Pass
4-6: Bonorong – Free entry for family.
7-10: Rob Pennicott – Free cruise for 2 people.
11-12: Raptor Refuge Behind The Scenes Walk/Talk – Free for family.
FACTORS OF JUDGING
There are many ways to judge a video. Our aim is for everyone to have an opportunity to get involved, learn, have fun and have a chance to succeed. We will be considering such criteria as technique (older ages), interest, age appropriate, effort and context. We may also take into consideration how many likes, shares and comments are received.
All participants will receive a certificate of participation and the winners will also get a special t-shirt.
Consolation prizes of keep mugs will be given at judges discretion.
Judging panel to be announced.
Contact us: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Copyright for entries is owned by Tasmanian Climate Change Stories and may be used for other film festivals such as Envirofest Film Festival in November/December.