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EEA wins awards for audiovisual communication

Two European Environment Agency products received top awards during the Worldfest film and video festival in Houston, Texas last week. The EEA video Biodiversity 2010 won the platinum award in the Environment and Conservation category, whereas the joint EEA/WHO computergame Honoloko won the gold award in the Children's Interactive Entertainment category.
Gold award for EEA computer game Honoloko
Prize-winner: Gold award for EEA computer game Honoloko
Two European Environment Agency products received top awards during the Worldfest film and video festival in Houston, Texas last week. The EEA video Biodiversity 2010 won the platinum award in the Environment and Conservation category, whereas the joint EEA/WHO computergame Honoloko won the gold award in the Children's Interactive Entertainment category.

The Biodiversity 2010 video highlights the crucial importance of maintaining and safeguarding Europe's biodiversity for future generations. Honoloko is the Agency's first attempt in the computer game field and aims at children between 10 and14 years of age. Later this year the game will be available in 24 languages.

Both products reflect the Agency's deliberate use of additional presentation techniques to the traditional printed report as well as the efforts made to reach a wider range of audiences with its information.

The WorldFest is an annual event focussing on independent film and video makers. This year's festival was the 38th, making WorldFest one of the oldest film & video competitions in the world. It receives more than 4,300 category entries annually from all over the world.

See the video Biodiversity 2010: mms://mms.eea.eu.int/biodiversity/vnr_biodiversity.wmv

Play the Honoloko game: http://www.honoloko.com/

WorldFest homepage: http://www.worldfest.org/

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