Humans Act Now

The short film is about the impact climate change has on our local communities. Litter, cars and plastic pollutions are harming our local communities and contribute towards climate change. The message of the film is to persuade more humans to act now to stop climate change. The central message is to influence human behaviour to help solve climate change because a major factor in aggravating climate change is human behaviour. Therefore as humans are the problem of climate change, they can also be the solution.

Members of the Glasgow Kelvin College Foundation Apprenctes helped make the film. The members included were Reese Leitch, Lorna Macdonald and Jay Convery, Ayla Ahmed, Ryley Bowman and Dylan Freer and Ryaan Malik.

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