Shout out for climate change


Cast your vote in a national climate change video competition for school students!

Shout Out for Climate Change

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When today’s school-aged kids become adults, the world will be a different place. In Australia, our changing climate will mean an increase in bushfires, longer droughts, and it will change the way we produce and consume food.

With this in mind, more than 2,300 school students have been inspired to create original artistic pieces to enthuse and equip Australians for climate change as part of a national competition.

Secondary and tertiary students were asked to enter a 60-second video advertisement, along with a media and promotion plan. Entries include animations, claymations, raps, skits and dances.

150 video finalists are now on the Shout Out for Climate Change website where you can vote for your favourite entry to win the People’s Choice Award.

There are prizes - including laptops, PlayStations, a mountain bike, and a $1000 book voucher - in all categories. The winning tertiary student wins an internship at the global advertising agency Ogilvy & Mather. The judges include actress Brooke Satchwell, G’s columnist and environmentalist Tanya Ha, and CSIRO scientist Leanne Webb.

If you're a little daunted by watching 150 video entries, here’s a few to get you started:

Mad About Climate Change?

The Revolution Will Not Be Eulogised

If Only

Nature Will Get Us Back

What Sound Are You Making?

A Regret Free Tomorrow

Create Change

Take the Leap Against Climate Change

Cast your vote before November 9 at the Shout Out for Climate Change video gallery.