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2012-2013 Winners

2012-2013 Winners

The World of 8 Billion contest is a project of the Population Education program, provider of K-12 classroom resources and professional development opportunities. The contest is run every school year. Click on a topic below to view the winning videos.

Contest Judges

Ellen Barnard

Executive Producer, Tomorrow Pictures Inc.

Harry Barnes

Former Biology teacher, Naturalist, Wilderness Guide, and Environmental Center Director

Joe Bish

Population Outreach Manager, Population Media Center

Barrett Bumpas

International Agricultural Program Specialist, Foreign Agriculture Service, USDA

Terri Clark

Community Resource Manager, Central Florida Zoo and Botanical Gardens

Chris Day

Head of Corporate Communications, United Talent Agency

Ranae DeSantis

Educator and Environmental Activist

Dr. Joe Fargione

Science Director, The Nature Conservancy North America Region

Christopher Fauchere

Filmmaker, Mother: Caring for 7 Billion

Joan Hourican

Elementary School Teacher and Education Consultant, Lake Clarke Shores, FL

Joyce Johnson

Filmmaker, Mother: Caring for 7 Billion

Kelly Korenak

Teacher and Curriculum Developmer

John Bard Manulis

President, Foundation Entertainment

Carrianne McClellan

Media Coordinator, Cumberland County Schools

Alice P. Neuhauser

Principal, High Sierra Films

Laura Reynolds

Food and Agriculture Staff Researcher, Worldwatch Institute

Lisa Russell

Documentary Filmmaker/New Media Producer, Governess Films

John Seager

President and CEO, Population Connection

Dr. Bryan Wallace

Chief Scientist, Oceanic Society

Keith Wasserman

President, Shoot the Moon Communications

Sophie Wenzlau

Food and Agriculture Staff Researcher, Worldwatch Institute
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