Go to a dirty ocean beach in your local area (P1) and pick up garbage (P3). You will need to fill up a full bag (P4) of garbage (P3) and empty the garbage bag into a city rubbish bin or dump (P2). The deliverable output is a series of videos documenting the clean-up process (P6).
Who we are
We are an ocean sustainability organisation founded in Sydney, Australia. We recognise that the world’s oceans are truly an international responsibility and, therefore, any effort to clean our ocean must also happen internationally. We direct resources to people from around the world to help them clean up their local beaches, and we then spread awareness of the issues and successful clean-ups through social media. Not only do we help keep the ocean clean, but we also empower local communities at the same time.
(P1) The clean-up location
Garbage needs to be collected from a beach that is within 50 metres of the ocean. It must not be a lake, river, pond or any other waterway that doesn’t face the open ocean.
(P2) The disposal location
The garbage collected from location in (P1) must be disposed of into a garbage bin that is regularly emptied and taken to local government recognised and managed landfill
(P3) The garbage
The bag should contain at least 90% by volume Recognised Items. Recognised Items are manmade and non-biodegradable items such as: plastics (polyester, polystyrene etc), metal, rubber, fishing nets and/or glass waste etc. Unrecognised Items are natural materials such as: sand, water, plant materials (e.g. seaweed, driftwood, leaves etc), animals like sea creatures (crustaceans, fish, birds, jellyfish, shells etc). Unrecognised Items should not be collected.
(P4) The garbage bag
The bag needs to be at least 30L in volume. Can be made of any convenient material.
(P5) The video equipment
No special technology is required - the videos could be filmed on an HD-video smartphone.
To be successful in completing this task all of the following items must be submitted:
(P6) The videos
A total of 5 videos must be submitted with the following specifications:
6.1. Wide-shot, continuous, panoramic video of the location described in (P1). (minimum duration: 2 minutes),
6.2. Medium-shot / Close-up of some of the garbage (P3) on the location described in (P1). (minimum duration: 1 minutes),
6.3. A video with multiple short (1-5 sec) shots showing items of garbage described in (P3) being removed from the beach sand/rocks described in (P1) and placed into the bag described in (P4). The video must show footage of a hand picking up the item of garbage from the sand and putting it into the garbage bag. (minimum duration: 5 minutes)
6.4 A shot of the full garbage bag (P4) at the end of the clean-up. (minimum duration: 3 minutes)
6.5. Continuous video showing the same bag in video 6.3. being emptied into the location described in (P2). It is important that the video must clearly show the contents of the bag falling out into the garbage bin or dump. (minimum duration: 1 minutes)
For safety, gloves should be used when picking up trash on the beach - please be careful.
To protect people’s privacy, please try to avoid filming any close-up shots of other people in the videos.
(P7) The information text document:
7.1. Name of the location described in (P1).
7.2. Coordinates of the location described in (P1).
7.3. Name of the location described in (P2).
7.4. Coordinates of the location described in (P2).
7.5. Name of the local government that manages the disposal of garbage deposited in the location described in (P2).
7.6. Total number of people involved in completing this task.
7.7. Total number of total hours spent completing this task.
To apply, respond with the subject line “Beach clean-up video” and attach a draft of (P7). Submissions including prior video work will be positively considered. Feel free to refer others!
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