Tuesday, January 19, 2010

Make Green Video

Guest post from Scottee Cantrell at the Nicholas School of Environment:

If you could make the environment better, what would you do? Can you show us in three words? That’s the challenge posed by a new, nationwide video contest, “Green in 3,” sponsored by Duke’s Nicholas School of the Environment that starts today. The 15 best videos will each be awarded a $500 prize.

The contest, which runs through April, asks members of the public to suggest a simple, three-word approach to greener living – “Join a carpool,” “Use rain barrels,” ”Cuddle for warmth” – and capture it with a digital camera, cell phone or Webcam. Ideas can be large or small, serious or silly.

Dean William L. Chameides says: The contest is part of our continuing efforts to show that although environmental challenges are complex, we can all take steps to help solve them and forge a sustainable future. The contest is open to anyone 18 years or older in the U.S. and D.C. and Canada (excluding Quebec).

Find out more at http://greenin3.org.

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