1. 100 steps


    from LVK Chaitanya / Added

    281 Plays / / 3 Comments

    It takes a minute to give lives, or snatch them away. To reward with glory or damn with destruction. It takes just a minute for the sea to sweep off an infinitesimal piece of land from the coast. And one day in the near future, it will only take a minute for millions to realize their livelihoods have been sacrificed to the advancing sea. Just a minute, to lose hope, faith and courage. Yet, it only takes a minute to plant a mangrove. To pit nature's calming strength against her feral fury. A minute to save the world, to renew life.

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    • Cats Against Climate Change


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      • Bugta


        from LifeMosaic / Added

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        Bugta is a message from the Talaandig tribe, Mindano, Philippines for COP15. The Talaandig community will hold a ritual during the Copenhagen summit, to pray for the leaders to protect the earth, and guarantee justice for all beings. Talaandig / LifeMosaic (1minute)

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        • When I Am 18


          from Adela Pickles / Added

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          “When I Am 18" is an animated short film created for 1minutetosavetheworld, an international competition, where it was awarded Best Film by a Professional. Featuring the drawings and voices of sisters Maja, 8, and Lily, 5, from the UK, it was screened on the Millennium Arts CO2 cube at the COP-15 climate conference in Copenhagen in 2009. It has also just been accepted by the Hiroshima Animation Festival, Japan in August 2010.

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          • Earth clock


            from Dominic Lyddon / Added

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            Video made for the one minute to save the world competition see here: http://www.1minutetosavetheworld.com/2009/10/earth-clock/ raising awareness for the Copenhagen Climate Conference: http://en.cop15.dk/ thanks!

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            • A Matter Of Time


              from Daniel Patterson / Added

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              The film is about a bird, that get's totally confused by the world's seasons. The year is 2020 and it's summer. He comes out in his beachwear, but the sun has gone. Instead it starts to snow. He tries to dress up according to the weather, but he fails each time. In the end he gives up. Submitted by Daniel Patterson & Raphael Schils, UK.

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              • Let the World Unite Under One Colour!


                from Shu Ling Yong / Added

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                These little lifestyle changes make a huge difference. It's so easy, it just makes no sense not to do it. Every country. Every ethnicity. Every religion. Let the world unite under one colour - green. This is my submission for the 1 minute to save the world video competition. Visit www.1minutetosavetheworld.com to vote for me!

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                • Precycle film - 1 minute to save the world


                  from Hill+Knowlton Strategies, UK / Added

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                  H+K Strategies created and produced 4 60 second films that will be our contribution to 1minutetosavetheworld.com. The challenge: 1 day, 4 teams of 2, to film, edit and premiere 4 films at our evening unplugged gig to enter the 1minutetosavetheworld competition. The four films each focused on the small things we do as a business to reduce our carbon footprint.

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                  • once i counted birds


                    from Cathy Fitzgerald / Added

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                    Rising sea levels, birds and forests on the other side of the world - all our actions are connected. Artist/ film maker, Cathy Fitzgerald, has a background in science and fine art. This film incorporates footage taken by Cathy on a biodiversity research trip to Suwarrow; a remote, un-peopled atoll in the Cook Islands, South Pacific, in 2000. Suwarrow is an important breeding place for seabirds of all types including the rare and very large Masked Booby; Cathy and fellow scientist Dr Rhys Jones, collected biodiversity data that was later published and the project was a jointly sponsored UN and Cook Island project. While the trip may look idyllic, Cathy almost drowned when the yacht she and her colleague hitched a lift with was hit by a freak wave. Her new digital camcorder was destroyed but her old Hi8 survived to take this footage. Many years later, Cathy is now actively involved in promoting ecological, permanent forestry in her small woodlands in Ireland; she blogs and creates works about converting her 20 year old conifer plantation to a permanent forest using Pro Silva, close to nature, forestry methods. She believes that small local ecologically based actions can have a positive effect globally. **Thanks to Dan Berridge/Broadway Project for the use of his music in this film. In 2010 Cathy returned to art college to research experimental ecocinema in theory and practice, http://www.ecoartfilm.com and continues to focus on her small forest. She has also worked to bring sustainable forestry into national green party policy in Ireland

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                    • Acid Ocean


                      from Olly Hill / Added

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                      25% of our coral reefs are already gone. Acid ocean is a short film about the acidification and warming of our oceans brought on by excessive carbon dioxide emissions. Without a severe reduction in global emissions, our coral reefs may completely disappear in 20 to 40 years. Directed by Jen Jones and Olly Hill. www.deeben.webs.com

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