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Going Green 14 9.30 - 9.50 Coffee and ‘environmental lottery’ networking game 9.50 - 10.50 Audio-visual introduction and expert Q&A An environmental expert outlines the problems facing the Earth, and guests view a video compilation on the science behind climate change. After the screening, guests are separated into teams. Led by a facilitator and the environmental expert, guests learn about specific ways in which they can start to make a positive difference, as well as discussing questions raised by the video. 10.50 - 11.10 Challenge briefing and role allocation The teams are challenged to produce their own climate change ‘call to action video’. Mission packs and storyboards given to the teams provide a foundation to begin the challenge, and there is an assignment of different job roles, including researcher, producer, director, scriptwriter and camera person as well as actors. 11.10 - 13.30 Research, planning, scripting and film making skills - with working lunch. This session includes researching and writing the content for the teams’ films using an ‘environmental library’ of internet, literary and expert sources provided. Teams also learn specific filming skills to help produce a polished final product. How does it work? Global Warning is flexible and can be tailored around your own objectives, audience or time-frame. Here is an example format.