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Delaware Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Control Secretary Shawn M. Garvin, center, with the winners of DNREC’s 2022 Earth Day Video Contest, left to right: Middle school winner Johannes Chow, Elementary school winner Michael Hopkins and High school winner Nathen Going. DNREC Photo.

Delaware Division of Pure Assets and Environmental Management Secretary Shawn M. Garvin, heart, with the winners of DNREC’s 2022 Earth Day Video Contest, left to proper: Center faculty winner Johannes Chow, Elementary faculty winner Michael Hopkins and Highschool winner Nathen Going. DNREC Picture.

 

 

DNREC Secretary Shawn M. Garvin in the present day acknowledged scholar winners from all through the state who gained this yr’s Earth Day video contest hosted by the Delaware Division of Pure Assets and Environmental Management. The competition was launched by DNREC to coach and have interaction youth in regards to the significance of environmental safety and encourage them to be a part of the answer to handle local weather change.

The competition invited college students to provide and submit a 30-second video to reply the query, “For those who had been accountable for the world, what actions would you are taking to enhance the well being of our planet?”

“I’m happy with our younger individuals who participated within the DNREC Earth Day video contest,” mentioned Governor John Carney. “They confirmed us all of the methods – small and huge – we are able to enhance the well being of our planet on Earth Day and day-after-day, from selecting up litter to training recycling to planting a tree at your faculty or in your neighborhood. Congratulations to the members of the competition and we look ahead to seeing the optimistic influence your make on our state and the environment sooner or later.”

“Our mission is to guard human well being and the atmosphere, and a part of that’s carried out by means of educating the general public about our historic, cultural and pure assets,” mentioned DNREC Secretary Shawn M. Garvin. “By internet hosting the video contest, we needed to supply our college students a platform to share their considerations and suggest options to the environmental challenges we face in the present day and into the longer term. These movies replicate their readiness to tackle environmental management roles and make a distinction.”

The Earth Day video contest was open to all Delaware college students and was judged in three grade classes: Ok by means of 4, 5 by means of 8, and 9 by means of 12. Judging was primarily based on how effectively the movies represented the next standards: message/theme, visible effectiveness, originality/creativity and common attraction. Serving on the judging panel had been: Sherae’a “Rae” Moore, educator and State Consultant; Maddy Lauria, freelance environmental journalist; Jackie Knoll, head environmental educator with the Middle for the Inland Bays; and DNREC videographer Mike Polo.

The winners are:

Ok to 4: Michael Hopkins, a 7-year-old first grader at Kathleen H. Wilbur Elementary Faculty in Bear, for the video “Save the Earth – It’s Straightforward-Peasy!”

5 to eight: Johannes Chow, a 12-year-old seventh grader at Brandywine Springs Faculty in Wilmington, for the video “We Have Solely One World”

9 to 12: Nathen Going, an 18-year-old twelfth grader at Caesar Rodney Excessive Faculty in Camden, for the video “Save Our Planet”

Every of the movies are posted to de.gov/earthday and the @DelawareDNREC YouTube channel. DNREC additionally revealed a highlights video that includes clips from a number of entries. Every winner acquired a certificates, a $500 reward card, an annual go to Delaware State Parks and a prize bag.

 

 

About DNREC
The Delaware Division of Pure Assets and Environmental Management protects and manages the state’s pure assets, protects public well being, offers out of doors leisure alternatives and educates Delawareans in regards to the atmosphere. For extra info, go to the web site and join with @DelawareDNREC on Fb, Twitter or LinkedIn.

Media Contacts: Nikki Lavoie, nikki.lavoie@delaware.gov; Michael Globetti, michael.globetti@delaware.gov

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Delaware Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Control Secretary Shawn M. Garvin, center, with the winners of DNREC’s 2022 Earth Day Video Contest, left to right: Middle school winner Johannes Chow, Elementary school winner Michael Hopkins and High school winner Nathen Going. DNREC Photo.

Delaware Division of Pure Assets and Environmental Management Secretary Shawn M. Garvin, heart, with the winners of DNREC’s 2022 Earth Day Video Contest, left to proper: Center faculty winner Johannes Chow, Elementary faculty winner Michael Hopkins and Highschool winner Nathen Going. DNREC Picture.

 

 

DNREC Secretary Shawn M. Garvin in the present day acknowledged scholar winners from all through the state who gained this yr’s Earth Day video contest hosted by the Delaware Division of Pure Assets and Environmental Management. The competition was launched by DNREC to coach and have interaction youth in regards to the significance of environmental safety and encourage them to be a part of the answer to handle local weather change.

The competition invited college students to provide and submit a 30-second video to reply the query, “For those who had been accountable for the world, what actions would you are taking to enhance the well being of our planet?”

“I’m happy with our younger individuals who participated within the DNREC Earth Day video contest,” mentioned Governor John Carney. “They confirmed us all of the methods – small and huge – we are able to enhance the well being of our planet on Earth Day and day-after-day, from selecting up litter to training recycling to planting a tree at your faculty or in your neighborhood. Congratulations to the members of the competition and we look ahead to seeing the optimistic influence your make on our state and the environment sooner or later.”

“Our mission is to guard human well being and the atmosphere, and a part of that’s carried out by means of educating the general public about our historic, cultural and pure assets,” mentioned DNREC Secretary Shawn M. Garvin. “By internet hosting the video contest, we needed to supply our college students a platform to share their considerations and suggest options to the environmental challenges we face in the present day and into the longer term. These movies replicate their readiness to tackle environmental management roles and make a distinction.”

The Earth Day video contest was open to all Delaware college students and was judged in three grade classes: Ok by means of 4, 5 by means of 8, and 9 by means of 12. Judging was primarily based on how effectively the movies represented the next standards: message/theme, visible effectiveness, originality/creativity and common attraction. Serving on the judging panel had been: Sherae’a “Rae” Moore, educator and State Consultant; Maddy Lauria, freelance environmental journalist; Jackie Knoll, head environmental educator with the Middle for the Inland Bays; and DNREC videographer Mike Polo.

The winners are:

Ok to 4: Michael Hopkins, a 7-year-old first grader at Kathleen H. Wilbur Elementary Faculty in Bear, for the video “Save the Earth – It’s Straightforward-Peasy!”

5 to eight: Johannes Chow, a 12-year-old seventh grader at Brandywine Springs Faculty in Wilmington, for the video “We Have Solely One World”

9 to 12: Nathen Going, an 18-year-old twelfth grader at Caesar Rodney Excessive Faculty in Camden, for the video “Save Our Planet”

Every of the movies are posted to de.gov/earthday and the @DelawareDNREC YouTube channel. DNREC additionally revealed a highlights video that includes clips from a number of entries. Every winner acquired a certificates, a $500 reward card, an annual go to Delaware State Parks and a prize bag.

 

 

About DNREC
The Delaware Division of Pure Assets and Environmental Management protects and manages the state’s pure assets, protects public well being, offers out of doors leisure alternatives and educates Delawareans in regards to the atmosphere. For extra info, go to the web site and join with @DelawareDNREC on Fb,
Twitter or LinkedIn.

Media Contacts: Nikki Lavoie, nikki.lavoie@delaware.gov; Michael Globetti, michael.globetti@delaware.gov

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