CGC Climate Change Videos
Between the latter half of 2019 and the beginning of 2020, I edited a series of videos on climate change for Cambridge Global Conversations. It was an inspiring project, since I believe this is an important subject to discuss and improve upon in order for us to create a better future for our planet.
The videos were created from hours of footage, with around a dozen people interviewed at a climate ethics event held in Cambridge. While long and full of transcriptions, notes and structuring, the process was very satisfying, resulting in 3 main 5 minute videos, as well as 10 short 1 to 2 minute clips for social media.
The other two 5 minute videos can be watched here:
Levers of Change: https://vimeo.com/380349952
Climate and The Economy: https://vimeo.com/367036627
The social media clips were slowly released on the Cambridge Global Conversation Twitter page, gaining over tens of thousands of views over time.
What values do we need in order to really deal with the climate crisis? Prof. Mike Berners-Lee gives his take: pic.twitter.com/KdoghSjCWw— Cambridge Global Conversations (@CamGlobCon) March 5, 2020
If polarisation in our politics is a huge disaster for meaningful political action on climate, what can we do about it? pic.twitter.com/9j3BgnBDwJ— Cambridge Global Conversations (@CamGlobCon) March 5, 2020
It was a pleasure to edit this series. I feel I put a lot of extra work into editing them in order to make the videos attention-grabbing, engaging and interesting. Climate change is such an important subject in today’s society and these conversations need to be shared with the world in order for us to create a better future!
(Videos produced at DragonLight Films)