Do you live in the Chignecto Isthmus border region? Have you seen some wild impacts from climate change? Flooding, storm surges, droughts, wind, hurricanes, power outages, or other things? Are you doing interesting things to adapt to the changes? Planting gardens, composting, going solar, natural erosion control, using a rain barrel, raising chickens? Do you like taking videos?
EOS wants to hear from you! Take part in our Climate Change Video Challenge. All ages are welcome to participate until January 31, 2021. If your video stands out, it could be featured during Tantramar Climate Change Week 2021! EOS has received funding from the NB Environmental Trust Fund for this project. Scroll down for submission instructions and further down for videos that have been submitted.
Open to: People of all ages in the Chignecto border region of NB and NS
Submission Instructions: Use a video sharing service like iCloud, Dropbox, Google Drive, or WeTransfer and share with EOS via the email address: eos(at)nb.aibn.com.
Length: 5 minutes max (and no fancy editing or text is needed, you could also make a slide show of photos)
Topics: Climate change impacts and/or how you are adapting (videos that aren’t on topic won’t be posted)
You could win: One of three $50 gift cards to a local shop of your choice and have your video featured during Tantramar Climate Change Week 2020.
Deadline: January 31st, 2021
Here’s an example by EOS Eco-Energy:
Your video could be listed here too – get in touch with EOS today!