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Video: My Paper Boat– a commentary on climate change

This is the winning video in the 1 Minute to Save the World Competition. As the website explains:

My Paper Boat is the story of a little boy, we keep meeting somewhere or rather everywhere in the heart of India. He lost his play space due to the drought. He is now confused on where to leave his paper boat. So he is looking around for various means to make it move. For him, the hot sun is the villain who took off his comforts, but we know the reality. He is still on his search for an option. The protagonist here represents the displaced population due to global warming. Submitted by Arun Bose, India

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Anthony Clark Arend is Professor of Government and Foreign Service at Georgetown University and the Director of the Master of Science in Foreign Service in the Walsh School of Foreign Service.

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