Millennial Filmmakers Show Climate Changing In World Bank Challenge
What Millennials Have to Say About Climate Change; A global film competition through the World Bank asks young people what climate change means in their lives.
Linda Poon, October 6, 2016 (The Atlantic)
“…[The World Bank’s Film4Climate competition closed with over 800 videos submitted from more than 150 countries by millennial filmmakers who have grown up with the changing climate. Winners] will be chosen by a panel of climate change experts and professional filmmakers…Whatever happens over the next few decades—cities sinking, the air becoming increasingly unbreathable, more frequent weather disasters—young people know they will be bearing the brunt of climate change. One survey on Millennials in the U.S. estimated, for example, that climate change will cost the generation as a whole $8 trillion over their lifetimes…[The competition videos show] what matters most to Millennials around the world. More than that, though, the videos offer a raw glimpse into the lives of young people everywhere—their cities, their communities, and the particular challenges they face…” click here for more