Video Lab students in Monash’s Bachelor of Media Communications were tasked with creating a short video that investigates a climate change solution. Each video’s purpose is to increase audiences' understanding of the many solutions to climate change.
This video highlights bushfire risk in Australia, as seen through the lens of a CFA volunteer. Including commentary from a Monash University expert, this video explores the role of microgrids as a tool to assist rural communities most at risk.
In this video, we see a university student caught up in the busy and stress-filled lifestyle of city-living with little to no interaction with nature. Feeling trapped in this concrete jungle, the student reflects on how wonderful the natural environment is, and comes to realise that wind as an untapped invisible energy that can help combat the climate crisis.
As the climate crisis worsens, green hydrogen is gaining popularity as a promising form of energy storage and production. This video explains how green hydrogen works, its benefits and its limitations. Commentary from expert Dr Alexandr Simonov explains the potential green hydrogen could have in saving our future.
This video tells the story of the dedication of a pumped storage hydropower plant worker. Through her personal experience, you learn about the development and role of pumped hydro storage as a green and clean energy.
This video is an advertising campaign about people who are fed up with climate change. The protagonist is made aware of the serious consequences of environmental problems through an illuminating virtual accident. Fortunately, this individual still has a chance to make a difference – by travelling by train.
This video is about two students going to school by car and taxi every day. One day, while waiting for a taxi, the girl sees a bicycle parked at the roadside. It reminds her that when she was a child, she discussed the topic of pollution with her sister.