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Fri 5/15, 2015, 7:00pm
UW School of Environmental and Forest Sciences presents
The UW Climate Change Video Awards
with Annie Leonard and Guests
What does climate change mean to you? Washington high school and undergraduate students were challenged to answer this prompt for the UW Climate Change Video Contest. View the top 10 student-directed shorts, and hear the results from a panel of climate scientists, filmmakers, and artists–including Greenpeace’s Annie Leonard.
Free
Friday, May 15, 2015, 7:00PM

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The Great Hall
1119 Eighth Avenue (enter on Eighth Avenue)
Seattle, WA 98101
Doors open: 6:30pm

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What does climate change mean to you? The UW School of Environmental and Forest Sciences challenged Washington high school and undergraduate students to answer this prompt for the UW Climate Change Video Contest. Watch the top 10 student-directed shorts and see who snags the $5,000 grand prize in each category. A panel of climate scientists, filmmakers, and artists will judge the videos and discuss the work presented. Judges include Annie Leonard, executive director of Greenpeace and the creator of The Story of Stuff Project; Paul D. Miller (DJ Spooky) a composer, multimedia artist and writer; scientist-turned-filmmaker Randy Olson; and Dean Lisa J. Graumlich from the College of the Environment.

Presented by: University of Washington School of Environmental and Forest Sciences.

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