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Show ARTE what nature means to you

1 15.06.2015 From our online archive
French-German TV station ARTE is calling on citizens from across Europe to send in clips of their favourite sport in nature to be part of a documentary in the run-up to the UN climate summit in Paris.
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(CS/DL) French-German TV station ARTE is calling on citizens from across Europe to send in clips of their favourite sport in nature to be part of a documentary in the run-up to the UN climate summit in Paris.

The UN summit will take place from November 30 to December 10 and will aim to tackle the tough question of climate change and how to curb emissions to protect our planet. The aim is to finalise a legally binding universal agreement for all 193 UN members.

In order to show how important nature is, what it means to people and how crucial it is to make efforts to protect it, ARTE is calling on residents of 47 countries in Europe, including Luxembourg, to submit a short video clip sharing their experience.

The mission is to film a place on Earth that has meaning for you and that is at risk of disappearing because of climate change. You can also add a message to send to the Paris Climate Conference negotiators.

The one to three minute clips will be combined into a documentary feature.

Watch the video above for more information about the Climate Ops project and visit arte.tv for more detailed information on how to take part. The deadline for submissions is August 31.