At last year’s “Quiffen” in Bonn, some Zugvögel had an idea: We want to produce a video in which people from different origins and backgrounds present their views on climate change and its consequences. If possible, this should be from perspectives that are otherwise given far too little attention in our Western society. To this end, we have already launched calls in emails and on Facebook to find people in our (and hopefully other) networks who would like to contribute to the video.
As inspiration we give the following questions on the topic:
- What does climate change mean to you?
- What effects does climate change have on your life?
- What are you afraid of regarding climate change?
- How do you stand up for maintaining the world in such a way that it remains worth living in for all of us?
- What do you think should happen first to avoid the worst?
- What does climate justice mean to you?
Should you be thinking something like “Hey wait a minute, I’m always annoyed that nobody talks about …” then say it into a (mobile) camera, name the file with your name, your hometown and your home country and send it to us via WeTransfer to firstname.lastname@example.org – closing date is May 20th. The video should not be longer than 90 seconds and in landscape format.
We are looking forward to your contributions! Afterwards we will of course publish the video so that you can all see it. Because that’s what it’s all about: showing perspectives on climate change.