The fourth edition of Green-Go Short Film Contest will be announced soon.
The 2014 categories will be:
- Benefits of Green Infrastructure
Green Infrastructure is a spatial network of natural and semi-natural features which aims to protect biodiversity and serve multiple purposes for the benefit of people and nature. All of these services are sometimes referred to as ecosystem services or natural capital. Green Infrastructure provides both socio-economic and conservation benefits at different scales. It is built up of various – both natural and artificial – elements ranging from protected core areas to sustainable use buffer zones and green urban spaces.
- Nature-based climate change mitigation and adaptation
Ecosystems play an important role in regulating climate. Climate change is one of the causes of biodiversity loss. Working with nature, rather than against it, brings multiple benefits. Nature conservation and restoration help fight against climate change.
- Sustainable family farming
According to the United Nations’ Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO), family farming includes all family-based agricultural activities (agricultural, forestry, fisheries, pastoral and aquaculture production) that are managed and operated by a family and predominantly reliant on family labour.
Raise attention to the significant role of smallholder and family farming in eradicating hunger and poverty, providing food security and nutrition, improving livelihoods, managing natural resources, protecting the environment, and achieving sustainable development.
Promotional video of the IV. Green-Go Contest
The winner in 2013 of the category “Stayin’ alive”
Viktor Zaytsev (Russia) – Sticky Situation
The winner in 2013 of the category “Water – the drop of life”
Gábor Kozma (Hungary) – Waterdrop
The winner in 2013 of the category “Life in plastic, it’s fantastic?”
Studio Swine & Juriaan Booij (United Kngdom) – See Chair Open Source
The winner of the public voting:
Gábor Rózsa (Hungary) – Water
Below you can see two shorts which were not awarded but by the jury these shorts must be highlighted!
Heritage – Beáta Tövispataki (Hungary)
The waterman – Gergely Szűcs (Magyarország)
Green-Go is organised by: