Image credit: Sundance & Earthjustice
From MTV's Copenhagen Climate Challenge to our own Convenient Truths contest, the world is not short of green minded video competitions. But the $3000 first prize being offered up by the Sundance and Earthjustice United States of Efficiency competition should get anyone with a web cam and a little imagination salivating. Here's what you've got to do to win. All you've got to do is submit a short film that depicts the importance of energy efficiency as a solution to climate change. That's it. It can be fiction or documentary, sci-fi or drama, but it has to be about efficiency, and it has to be done efficiently - the whole thing has to last 60 seconds or less.
What can possibly be told in 60 seconds? More than you'd think - the folks at Sundance and Earthjustice put together this short movie to get peoples' imaginations flowing: