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Is Copenhagen a Bike Lover's Paradise?

Frank at CdM Cyclist recently posted this video…

We’ve long said it – if more people rode bikes the world would be a better place. Here’s a great example of what one city has done to improve infrastructure and quality of life for residents and visitors.

Ride on…

Cycling

young kenyans rap about climate change

This video was submitted into a film contest titled “1 minute to save the world”. It won.

You can view other videos at www.1minutetosavetheworld.com

Visual Stimuli

Can You Save the World In One Minute?

GOT SIXTY SECONDS TO SAVE THE WORLD? 1 Minute to Save the World is an international short film competition aiming to raise awareness for climate change. 85 more words

Activism

Communicate with Content; Demonstrate an Idea

As mentioned in Sophie’s post last week on the 1 Minute to Save the World competition, a few of the Hub TV team took part in filming and editing a short video on saving the world from climate change within a minute. 360 more words

Hub TV

Let the Children Lead Us

“My Paper Boat” by Arun Bose is the 2009 winner of the 1 Minute to Save The World video competition. The young boy represents all the children who have already lost their homes and their childhood because of drought brought on by shifting global weather patterns related to climate change, as well as those who will in the future. 26 more words

Global Warming

save the world in 1 minute...or at least try

Calling all nubbers! There’s an international film competition on climate change called ‘1 minute to save the world’ that gives entrants the chance to have their film screened at the Copenhagen Climate Conference as well as at the BFI and in cinemas across the UK…have a look at the site… 77 more words

Nubaganda

Film competition: win £1,000 with 1 Minute to Save the World

Andy Wimbush is nef‘s Communications Assistant and blogmaster.

So you’ve probably seen An Inconvenient Truth and The Age of Stupid. They’re both pretty good. 251 more words

Global Interdependence