One Planet, Many People: Scholarship Video Contest
In the video above, the authors focused on population’s impact on the environment and how gender equality and education reduce population growth. What story could you tell us?
Vote Now for your favorite video!
We received more than 300 video entries from the United States and around the world. After careful review, we selected 47 final videos to move to the voting round.
View the finalists’ videos, vote for your favorite, and encourage your family and friends to vote too!
Questions: Questions about the rules and contest may be directed to the video contest coordinators.
WHAT: Students are asked to create a short video (60 seconds or less) that explores how a growing human population may cause problems for humanity and our planet.
WHEN: The 2021 contest will be open from March 15 – July 15. All entries must be submitted in digital format by midnight (EST) on July 15, 2021.
WHO IS ELIGIBLE? Entrants must be seniors in high school or college undergraduates who will be undergraduate students in the latter portion of 2021 or in 2022. Students from any country may enter. Students who have entered this contest in prior years may enter again but must submit new material.
VIDEO DETAILS: Videos must address the topic of human population growth, be no more than 60 seconds in length, and comply with contest rules.
PRIZES: A total of $20,000 in scholarships will be awarded – four scholarships worth $2,000 each, and 12 scholarships worth $1,000 each. The prizes will be sent directly to the undergraduate colleges at which the winners plan to study.
Current World Population
Net Growth During Your Visit