Call to Action: Document your 10/10/10 Work Party.
From community gardeners in San Francisco, to solar panel installers in Kenya, all of our actions have real impact and should be accounted for. For this reason, it is our goal to collect footage from every 10.10.10 work party across the globe. We hope that by sharing the success of our event with the world, we will inspire others to rise to the challenge of the climate crisis, as well as create political leverage towards concrete policy change. Footage that you create will potentially be used in a feature film that documents the entire planet over the 24-hour period of 10.10.10, and will live in perpetuity on One Day on Earth’s global archive.
Guidelines 1. If you haven’t already, go to www.350.org to register a 10.10.10 work party, or join an existing one. 2. Become the documentarian of your work party. Bring a video camera to your event and shoot the day’s activities. Consider crewing up and collaborating with others. 3. Feel free to take things further. On camera, talk about why the issues of climate change is imperative and important to you. Interview others at your work party with the same question. 4. Upon upload, make sure to tag your footage “350.”