Make a short video about an environmental issue that effects people locally. Go out into the field to capture footage and/or to interview people.
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The importance of water was a major topic in the documentary we saw this week and in your reading. Make a short video that addresses issues around climate change and water . You may not use talking heads.
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Using a quick cutting, consume-as-many-images-per-second-as-possible style, shoot 15 seconds that demonstrates mass consumption is an environmental problem. You can use found footage, but the cuts have to be yours
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Using the “retraining perception” style that Scott McDonald identifies (week 6) shoot a video that draws attention to the environmental damage done by vehicles that burn fossil fuel
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In the project The Hive, how does the connection between the bees and the installation work? Are the bees harmed?
How much trash is actually in the cycle of the Pacific Ocean and how long would it actually take to clean all the trash from the ocean? Is it actually a possible to remove all trash or is it an impossible problem?
Topic: Is the climate of Buffalo changing? Are the winters on average less severe? Find out and report. Include some kind of representation of the data.
VLOG 11 https://youtu.be/m4t5YNIKO-A