ADB contest: ‘My View’ video to communicate Energy for All

Last week, the Asian Development Bank (ADB) launched the annual ‘My View’ video contest, to encourage film makers to communicate key development challenges facing Asia and the Pacific. Under the theme of Energy for All, which coincides with next year’s International Year of Sustainable Energy for All, as was recently declared by the United Nations.

Up for grabs is a total of $10,000 worth of prizes. The contest is open to all citizens of ADB’s 67 member countries and there are no age restrictions for participants. Also newly launched is a blog providing ADB news and information on renewable energy, Q&As with the judges, video production tips and other relevant content.

To register, complete this online form at the My View website and then upload your video(s) to YouTube.com or Youku.com, using ‘ADB-MyView’ as the tag. The deadline for submission of entries is 21 February 2012.

For more information, please see their press release here.

Image taken from Asian Development Bank

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