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Climate Change Video Production

Scientists have been warning the world about climate change for a long time. The number of climate change videos out there on the internet is unsurprisingly abundant. From short films to music videos to interviews, the topic of climate change has become a hot video topic. The more people absorb and share the content, the more conscious people become of their efforts in reducing wastage on the planet.

The warnings about global warming have been extremely clear for a long time. We are facing a global climate crisis. It is deepening. We are entering a period of consequences.

Al Gore

Making a climate change video can be daunting at first because there are simply so many ways you can go about doing it, and it is a huge and important task to embark on. What is essential from the start is knowing the message you want to convey, be it simply raising awareness or a call to action. What would you want the audience to feel after watching the video? Would the tone be humorous or serious? In this article we’ll explore various climate change videos and dive into various styles and techniques used.  Feel free to contact us using the form on this page for a discussion – we would love to explore what we can create together!

Singapore today is often called ‘city in a garden’ and is among the 20 most carbon-efficient countries in the world – and a large part is due to strategic planning and research & development into the environmental sector. Singapore’s Ministry of Sustainability and the Environment created a video illustrating Singapore’s efforts for climate change – what the government is doing to make energy cleaner and achieve circular economies. 

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Our team consists of media professional with expertise in video production from pre to post. Consisting of videographers, video editors, director, project coordinators and graphic designer. Our portfolio is focused on corporate clients. And our works ranges from internal communication videos, brand story videos, virtual & hybrid events and corporate photography.

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Singapore’s Climate Change Efforts Video

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The video uses a mix of stop-motion animation and live-action sequences to keep visual attention. We learn where our waste materials are going and what to expect in the future. The video ends off with a call to action motivating individuals to do the same and do our part in saving the planet. 

Climate Change Documentary Series

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CNA came up with a four episode series about climate change in Singapore, assessing the amount of impact Singapore actually has on the environment, and how we can live more sustainably. The documentary series follows a host’s journey in discovering green solutions for Singaporeans. It is packed with information and information empowers viewers to start making little changes in their lives for the better world.

The Climate is Changing Video

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Singapore’s PUB has joined the fight against climate change as well, reminding us of how the waste water in Singapore has been treated and recycled into drinking water. The video starts with a montage of disaster news around the world, natural disasters all around, and then we progress into the current state of Singapore’s environment. It also ends with a call to action about doing something for the environment.

ASMR Climate Change Video Production


Sound of Sustainability – by Leo Ching Ling

In 2021, a video challenge organised by REACH appealed to Singaporeans to create a 60 second video in any creative form. One of the winners, Leo Ching Ling, created the short film ‘Sound of Sustainability’, an ASMR video featuring certain actions being done that are considered sustainable or environmentally friendly. A simple concept but it brings our attention to little details that can be mesmerizing, and reminds us of how the simplest things can make a difference in the long run.

Short Film Leads By Example

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Climate change videos also come in short film format like this quirky PLASTIK short film by MeshMinds. The story follows a child who looks through a telescope made out of a plastic bottle and experiences glimpses of our plastic-polluted future. The film was shot in Malaysia, and the set provided meals without the use of single-use plastics and required the crew to use their own reusable water bottles. Call-sheets and scripts were digitized – carbon emissions from transportation during the shoot days were calculated and compensated 150% through tree planting.

Nature Is Speaking Short Film Series

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The Nature is Speaking series by Conservation International features celebrities lending their voices for the cause. A-listers such as Julia Roberts, Lupita Nyong’o, Liam Neeson, Penelope Cruz, Ian Somerhalder joined forces and gave nature a voice. The videos come from the point of view of mother nature talking to us, and finally reminding us that we need nature, nature do not need us. A powerful message consistent through the series, emphasized when the written texts flash on the screen.

Audience interaction with the video

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‘Imagine for 1 Minute’ also by Conservation International is a 1 minute video featuring images of people, animals, environment, flashed quickly on the screen. The video asked viewers around the world to take a minute and imagine the better future we could have and then talk about it. In fact the film encourages people to post a response video to it and challenge someone else to participate. When more people join the movement and get involved in the topic the film’s message travels and makes a bigger impact around the world. 

Silent and Powerful Images Video 

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Images speak louder than words, and this filmmaker Romain Pennes used a montage of stock footage backed with music composed by himself and created this beautiful piece. The story follows an arc as we are first introduced to beautiful nature, breathtaking landscapes, glorious animals in the wild, and then we experience humans and our infrastructure overtaking the land, and the pollution we create in the process. The film is easy to understand for people of all ages and abilities – its inclusiveness is highly effective and the message is strong – the destruction of mother nature is happening on our watch. The film’s music plays a big part in bringing out the emotions of the video.

Greta Thunberg Video

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And how can we talk about climate change without mentioning Greta Thunberg! The young climate activist joined forces with another climate activist George Monbiot, and together they illustrate how our actions are affecting the climate in a video by Conservation International. The speakers are talking to the camera, speaking directly to the audience, and the film is layered with footage of nature, graphics, people in protests. The video speaks of joining a community and fighting together with them, and voting for the right leaders who can make a difference in climate change – there is power in unity.

UN Clean Seas Video

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The short film by UN Environment tells the story of a woman breaking up with plastics. Cleverly scripted, the woman sounds like she is coming out of a toxic relationship with a partner. The film makes breaking up with plastics relatable, reminding us of how toxic plastics are. 

A Note to the Future Generation Video

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Dear Future Generations: Sorry features Prince Ea talking to the future generation, apologising for our generation which destroyed the earth. Prince Ea tells of a dark future where trees are a rarity and oceans are too poisonous to swim in. At the end of the video, Prince Ea reveals what inspired him to create the piece, and we see how dire the situation is. Going from a music video to behind the scenes documentary style video brings a sense of harsh reality setting in. It is powerful and emotional for the viewers to experience.

Climate Change Music Video

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And lastly, to end off the article, it’s a music video ‘Earth’ by Lil Dicky – fun and star packed, the message still comes across clear – we have a lovely earth, and it’s about time we do a better job at protecting it.


In conclusion, climate change videos are getting more and more popular as people are always looking for new ways to learn about the topic. These videos are a great way to make people aware of the issue, and also educate on how to take action and what steps we should take to reduce our impact. As shown in the article, there is a lot of variety when it comes to these videos. Some are short films presenting an idea, some are documentaries which aims to educate, some are music videos, some are just up-to-you videos with strong opinions and creative styles. The tone could be serious or humorous, depending on how you want the audience to feel watching the video. 

And that is where we come in. Vivid Snaps video production team is a group of creatives in Singapore specialising in content creation for events, companies, and commercials. From pre-production to post, we will see through the process with you with effective communication. Whatever video style you are looking for, let’s make that happen. We strive to bring value to our clients by evolving with their needs. We welcome you to get in touch with us and find out how we can work together.

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We hope this article has provided quick insights in media production. Our team is ready to work with you. Leverage on our combined expertise for your media production. Our core expertise are in the following fields:

  • Corporate video production
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