With more than 860 videos submitted from 155 countries, the Film4Climate Global Youth Competition depicts the global youth call for climate action. Young people around the world show that climate change is real and personal. The videos are emotionally invested, powerful, solutions-orientated narratives that will inspire leaders around the world to take action. Melting glaciers, rising sea levels, warming and acidifying oceans, extreme weather events and shifting climatic seasons are having an impact today and will continue to affect this generation.
The submissions highlight that it is possible to come together and tackle climate change, by investing in renewable energy and energy efficiency, promoting sustainable land management, addressing consumption, building low-carbon and resilient cities and putting a price on carbon pollution.
The Film4Climate competition presents the global momentum in support of climate action coming out of the Paris Climate Change Agreement. Led by the Connect4Climate program of the World Bank Group, the United Nations, private sector partners and NGO partners, the Film4Climate competition was powered up by more than 85 organizations. The Film4Climate submissions are judged by a high-level influential jury of film directors, communications professionals and climate experts, presided over by Bernardo Bertolucci.
See more at www.Film4Climate.net