Everyone who is part of the Rotary family – Rotarians, Rotaractors and Interactors are welcome to participate in our first challenge.
1st prize: VR glasses and an exclusive space in our VR world
2nd prize: an exclusive big space in our VR world
3rd prize: an exclusive space in our VR world
How do I fix the planet?
Your video should be related to the environment – show us your projects, thoughts and feelings. Make sure that your video is entertaining, informative and easily understood. Regarding the content there are no creative limits.
70 – 100 seconds
Videos outside this range will be permitted but being outside the range is a criterion taken into account by the jury.
Just take your smartphone!
There is no limit to how simple or advanced your video is, just as long as it shows your idea.
The recordings can be made with a smartphone camera as well as film cameras. If you use your smartphone, please use the highest resolution (at least 720 pixel).
If you want to add music to your contribution, consider the copyright and use free music. You can find free music on the following websites:
https://freesound.org (especially sound effects)
The jury speaks English. You can use any language you are comfortable with, but if you use a language other than English, please consider adding subtitles.
For example, this is how it works for YouTube: https://support.google.com/youtube/answer/2734796?hl=en
You can upload your video on your platform of choice. Then publish the link to your video on our homepage. Think about an appealing title and description.
Make sure that your video doesn’t infringe on third party rights or violate law
And overall is in the spirit of the Rotary 4 way test. Be respectful of the feelings and opinions of others.
If you have any questions or technical problems, please contact us Ifixtheplanet@gmail.com
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.This video challenge was initiated by Ludwig Kalthoff together with a group of ESRAG members and the team of THE CLIMATE TASK FORCE. The initiative is supported by Holger Knaack, chairman of Rotary International. Thanks for making this possible: Rob Anderson, Leonie Böker, Klas Holmlund, Marius Horstick, Carlos Montoya, Ulrich Schenck and Ludwig Kalthoff.