The students of Malufafou College in Samoa performed a flashmob dance in central Apia to show the importance of organic agriculture in the face of climate change. This 3 minute video was developed by the Action Against Climate Change (A2C2), a Pacific Media Assistance Scheme (PACMAS) initiative showcasing 'voices of youth' to raise awareness about local climate change solutions.

Project Leader: Kate Raseta File Type: SD .MP4 file File Size: 28MB

Produced by the students of Maluafou College in Samoa for a Pacific Media Assistance Scheme (PACMAS) initiative, with funding from the Australian Government's Pacific-Australia Climate Change Science and Adaptation Planning Initiative. A2C2 is implemented by Apidae Development Innovations. PACMAS is funded by the Australian Government and managed by the Australian Broadcasting Corporation (ABC).

You can watch the video via Vimeo or YouTube.

The complete text of the rap and accompanying blog are also available here:

Publication Year
2 013
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Rights Statement
Copyright Commonwealth of Australia 2013. This may be reproduced in full, not part, for any educational or non-commercial purpose, and attributed to the Pacific Media Assistance Scheme (PACMAS).
Attribution Statement
Maluafou College & PACMAS 2013, Organics and Climate Change, flashmob dance by Maluafou College students. online video, ABC International, Produced by the students of Maluafou College in Samoa for the Pacific Media Assistance Scheme (PACMAS),,
Corporate Author
Maluafou College, Pacific Media Assistance Scheme (PACMAS)
General Note
Custodian: Kate Raseta [email protected]
Australian Broadcasting Corporation International
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Subject Strand
Climate Change Topic
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TVET Training Area/Focus
Regional Focus
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