The Living Climate Change Video Challenge - 18 and Over

Competition Details

How We Lived

by anti-apathy


This is an educational video for people in 2035 and you just happen to be lucky enough to see it now.

Seen today, it is an emphatic call for "win, win" solutions to environmental problems and presents three significant changes that were both environmentally and socially beneficial.

The video supports my belief in strong regulation of greenhouse gas emissions, as the interviewees both suggest that external factors (regulation and technology/services) changed their behavior and they are now reaping the benefits of making those changes.

The intervieweee mentions a "Carbon Cap and Dividend Accord," which is the type of regulation being advocated by many climate activists with whom "cap and trade" has fallen out of favor as being chaotic and uneffective.