That’s a sign in one of the videos below.
This is what college churns out these days, at least in UMass Lowell, but I’ll give them points for not wasting state funding or seeking grant money. From their YouTube website:
This video was produced by students as part of the UMass Lowell course, “Climate Change: Science, Communication, and Solutions.” After spending most of the semester learning about climate change science, technological solutions, and policy, students participated in a three-day, NASA-sponsored workshop to create one-minute film shorts about climate change. They hope to bring needed attention to climate change in a creative and attention-grabbing way. Please note that students had no previous filmmaking experience, no actors, and no money to spend on this project! For more information about this project and the UMass Lowell Climate Change Initiative, please visit http://www.uml.edu/centers/climate-change
First the “trailer”, which is sort of a collection of scenes from all the videos:
Next up “Mystery Man” perhaps they were thinking of Gavin in the role he made famous?
And then there’s this one, the “climate change monster in the closet”. I thought that the addition of “my home melted” was a nice touch, it was very Rommian.
You can watch the whole series here: