Greenlight Competition Intent to Participate Form

greenlight-award-logo-312Congratulations, you are about to become part of something amazing!

To be a part of the Greenlight Award Competition, submit this form by November 11, 2016.

This form indicates that the student or team of students named on the form have enlisted a faculty advisor and have begun developing ideas to improve into a project proposal.

Once we have your contact information we will let you know about the mandatory Incubator Workshop on November 30th at 7pm at The Harvey School where we will invite community experts to help you with your proposals, review the requirements for the Project Proposal Form due December 15, and help you prepare for the Round 1 expo and presentations on January 7 at John Jay High School.

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We look forward to hearing more about your project in the coming weeks. If you have any questions, please feel free to email Bedford 2020.

Greenlight Award Intent to Participate 2016-2017

Greenlight Award Intent to Participate 2016-2017

The competition is on! We are looking forward to hearing your big green ideas. Please sign up here to participate, and we will be sure to keep you in the loop about upcoming meetings, new materials and to help if you need it. Questions? Email: ellen.calves@bedford2020.org.

You can always update this as you develop your idea further, but let us know how we should refer to your project.
You can always update this as you develop your idea further, but let us know how we should refer to your project.
Your idea should address the pollution and greenhouse gas emissions from a specific type of solid waste. For example, paper, hazardous, organic, plastic, textile, not recyclable, (or other) waste.
Your idea could include scientific or technological solutions, education/awareness, policy and influence, research and reporting, grassroots action, or a combination of any of these (or others).
Please let us know if this is a project to be carried out or promoted in your school, neighborhood, local businesses, a local congregation, or other (this could change as you research the scale and feasibility of your project).
At least one student on your team should provide an additional email address because the school email systems often reject our Bedford 2020 emails and we want to make sure your team stays in the loop. Thank you.
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