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Sustainable State Video Contest Voting

This week is the time to vote for the sustainability video contest hosted by the Penn State Center for Sustainability. The contest was announced earlier this spring. For the contest, participants submitted a three minute video about how to improve sustainability in their own lives or at Penn State. Here are two films that caught our eye.

Sustainable YOU – Video by Joshua Adam Miller
Perhaps it is the jazz music, but Miller’s film amusingly shows the all-too-familiar struggle to get sleep as a college student.

Sustainable U- Video by Bello Galadanchi

One of my favorites. This neat short film, called “PoePa the Paper,” is a clever stop-motion film about a personified, talking piece of paper who is hoping to be recycled and live on.

Now it’s your turn to watch the videos and vote here.  Voting ends on April 30, at midnight. Before you vote for the individual videos, remember to “like” the Center For Sustainability on Facebook. To vote, click the “like” button next to the best videos; one Sustainable YOU video and one Sustainable U video. The winners will be announced on May 1.

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