This year students nationwide participated in CFACT’s first annual $6,000 All Pain, No Gain video contest. Students were asked to create a video highlighting the fact that left-leaning environmental policies are very expensive, yet yield no substantial results for the environment.
The CFACT Video Contest is officially over and the results are in. First, a big thank you to our three judges – Filmmaker Phelim McAleer, ClimateDepot’s Marc Morano, and Senior Policy Adviser Paul Driessen.
In First Place and receiving a $3,000 prize, from Suffolk University was Victoria Mitchel and her video on the failed scientific consensus of a certain dinosaur species and the failed consensus on man made global warming.
In Second Place and receiving a $2,000 prize, from San Jose City College was Jared Duba with his video of the frustrated door to door greenie who meets his match in a 13-year old girl who dispels global warming alarmism.
In Third Place and receiving a $1000 prize, from the the University of Connecticut was Stephon Lyon and his humorous depiction of a carbon starved tree being saved by the burning of fossil fuels.
Congratulations to all our winners and to everyone who participated in the CFACT Video Contest.
To learn more about the issue please visit AllPainNoGain.org!