ADB’s video contest on renewable energy extended ’till March 23

The Asian Development Bank has extended the deadline of its renewable energy video contest to March 23.

ADB - My View contest
Click on the image to proceed to competition website

According to the competition website:

“You make a 1 to 5 minute digital film all about renewable energy, we’ll get the world to watch it and you can win major cash prizes.

“Your film can be in any digital video format – you can even use your mobile phone. We accept films in any genre, including but not limited to animation, documentary, drama, experimental, art, testimonial, etc.”

There are two categories: Youth and Open. The website also states, “Anyone who is a citizen of any one of ADB’s 67 member countries who is interested in renewable energy can join. ADB employees and their family members are not eligible to compete.”

The Grand Prize winner gets US$3,000, among other perks. Want to know more about the competition? Click HERE.

Niña Terol-Zialcita

Niña Terol-Zialcita is a “Communicator, Connector, idea Curator, and Changemaker” who uses the power of words and ideas to advocate causes and promote the Philippines at its best. She is ProPinoy.net’s Deputy Editor, as well as Editor-in-Chief of asianTraveler, the longest-running travel magazine in the Philippines. When she is not writing, blogging, or traveling, Niña is conducting writing workshops with Writer’s Block Philippines, hanging out at art galleries and cafés, and performing poetry with her husband, percussionist and performance artist Paul Zialcita. She is also the author of the book “[r]evolutionaries: The new generation of Filipino youth and youth organizations”.