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Green ideas could mean green in your wallet
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Published: Monday, January 10th, 2011
If you've got an idea that could change the way we conserve energy at home – through an invention, a social media campaign or something entirely new – it could net you $10,000.
The Scotiabank EcoLiving Award, sponsored by Green Living Enterprises and Scotiabank, is looking for innovative ideas from full-time college and university students.
Submit your written essay (4,000 words maximum), drawings, blueprints, prototype, an online/social media campaign or whatever you've created to the awards before January 31 for a chance at the prize.
A panel of up to five green building and energy conservation experts will judge each entry.
Three finalists will be announced at the Green Living Show in Toronto, which runs from April 15 to 17. The winner will be announced on June 2 at the Scotiabank EcoLiving Awards, held at the Allstream Centre, Exhibition Place in Toronto.
Send entries by mail or courier to:
Scotiabank EcoLiving Awards 2011
c/o Green Living Enterprises
70 The Esplanade, Suite 400
Toronto, ON M5E 1R2
For more information and to apply, visit ecoliving.scotiabank.com/awards