Project 90 Clubs

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Project 90 Clubs

Project 90 by 2030 challenges South Africans to reduce their carbon footprint and change the way they live and relate to the environment. This fun stop frame animation was conceived and directed by Daniel Robinson, photographed and edited by Michael Struwig, audio and sound effects by Thulisa Nyathela, Ludwe Mlumbi, Nkosinathi Madyosi and Ongeziwe Nyengane. Read on for about the making of the video …

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KONY 2012

KONY 2012 is a film and campaign by Invisible Children that is harnessing the power of the global community and mainstream media for the greater good.

The campaign aims to make Joseph Kony (one of the worlds worst war crimimals) famous, not to celebrate him, but to raise support for his arrest and to set a precedent for international justice. IF THE WORLD KNOWS WHO JOSEPH KONY IS, IT WILL UNITE TO STOP HIM. IT STARTS HERE.

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Project 90 by 2030 Youth Forum 2011 – short version

This is the 4.30 minute version of the Youth Forum video from 2011.

This video gives an overview of our environmental leadership program which took place in 2011, in view of the need to influence the outcome of COP17, commencing in Durban in November 2011.

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Project 90 Clubs Conference

On the 14th of May 2011, 34 students belonging to Project 90 School Environmental Clubs in Gauteng and Kwazulu-Natal attended a Project 90 conference. Here they shared their successes, failures and progress with one another.

Project 90 Cape Town Club Conference

Created by student film-maker Michael Struwig, this film shares the visions and ideas of a group students from Project 90 by 2030 environmental school clubs.

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TEDx – Birke Baehr: What’s wrong with our food system

11-year-old Birke Baehr reveals about the dark reality of our food system from GM crops to big-box agriculture at  TEDxNextGenerationAsheville in 2010. He calls for adults and children alike to support local, organic food production. He is an inspiration to all.

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