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KIDS WHO SAVE THE WORLD: SAVING ENERGY

What to know: What a charming young role model 7-year-old Max is, showing us how to reduce his carbon footprint.
KIDS WHO SAVE THE WORLD: SAVING ENERGY is in the KIDS FIRST! Film Festival - it may not be a regular, endorsed title
Recommended age 4-18
4 minutes
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I love how the star of this short film is a boy who is happy to help nature in every way that he knows how.

The film follow seven-year-old Max who loves to go to Crook Peak with his family to hike, play in the pond and look out across the farmlands that, incidentally, look like pieces of bologna scattered about the countryside. I especially like that Max belongs to a school eco group that goes around his school turning off lights and laptops to save energy.

The format for this short film is quite elegant; initially focusing on the child, then their place in gorgeous natural environments. From this establishing point the tough topic of saving energy arises. Max busies himself in all kinds of projects that lower his carbon footprint, which is what makes this short film uplifting and helpful for all people to take a look at how their behavior could so beautifully change the course of climate change over time.

I give this 5 out 5 stars and recommend it for ages 4 to 18. By Nancy K., KIDS FIRST!

I love how the star of this short film is a boy who is happy to help nature in every way that he knows how.

The film follow seven-year-old Max who loves to go to Crook Peak with his family to hike, play in the pond and look out across the farmlands that, incidentally, look like pieces of bologna scattered about the countryside. I especially like that Max belongs to a school eco group that goes around his school turning off lights and laptops to save energy.

The format for this short film is quite elegant; initially focusing on the child, then their place in gorgeous natural environments. From this establishing point the tough topic of saving energy arises. Max busies himself in all kinds of projects that lower his carbon footprint, which is what makes this short film uplifting and helpful for all people to take a look at how their behavior could so beautifully change the course of climate change over time.

I give this 5 out 5 stars and recommend it for ages 4 to 18. By Nancy K., KIDS FIRST!

Join Max as he shows his favourite outdoor place and explains how his eco group can help save energy and protect the world from climate change.
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