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Local Voices/Local Action

Real Stories from Real People around the World

Local Voices/Local Action Map

LOAD YOUR STORIES ON THE CONNECT4CLIMATE MAP

Explore your great photo and video submissions from all around the world, sent in to the Connect4Climate Africa 2011 competition, the Voices4Climate competition in 2012 and the iChange competition in 2013.

 

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 Rhythms Del Mundo Africa Voices4Climate Africa Competition 2011

 

Map of Action4Climate Youth Documentaries

 

 

After the Action4Climate competition closed on April 1, the Connect4Climate team was thrilled to realize that Action4Climate received more than 230 entries from 70 countries - and every inhabited continent in the world. With such diverse stories, we wanted to make an interactive map to showcase the films. Click around the map above, and watch the videos (including the highlights in red) to hear what youth worldwide are saying about climate change.

 

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Blogs
  • COP20 concludes in Lima opening the doors for climate action

    December 16 2014

    In Lima, Connect4Climate supported several high-level sessions at COP 20. With a range of key decisions agreed and action-agendas launched, including on how to better scale up and finance adaptation, alongside actions on forests and education the world looks ahead.

  • An Argentinian dream arrives in Times Square

    December 15 2014

    Two young filmmakers from Cordoba, Argentina, won the Action4Climate competition with the short film “The Violin Player” that shows the need for climateaction. The Argentinian film director Pablo Trapero was a member of the jury that selected the animated short as the winner. It was also shown on the giant screens in New York City's Times Square.

  • Un sueƱo argentino llega a Times Square

    December 15 2014

    Dos jóvenes cordobeses ganaron el concurso Action4climate, organizado por el Banco Mundial, con el corto “El Violinista” que muestra algunos de los efectos del cambio climático. El director de cine argentino Pablo Trapero – miembro del jurado - elogió la animación que también se proyectó en las pantallas de Times Square, en la ciudad de Nueva York.

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