Arctic video challenge for secondary students

Have you got an opinion on climate change? Want to work with Irish Times journalists? Then take part in our student 30-sec video challenge


Calling all second-level students:

Are you passionate about climate change and our role in it? Can you see links between what is happening in the Arctic and here in Ireland?

Why not enter the Irish Times 30-sec video challenge?

We are seeking two second-level students to work with Irish Times journalists to produce a short video on climate change, the Arctic and Ireland.

All you need to do is watch Charlie Bird’s video diaries on the Arctic project at and tell us - in 30 secs on video - what you think about what he’s reporting. Can you see links between Ireland, the Arctic and any aspect of climate change? We want your voice.

Surprise us, inform us and capture our imagination.

Record your 30-sec response video and email it to and you could be in with a chance to produce a video with Irish Times journalists.


Got questions? Contact Gary Quinn, Features Digital Editor at

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