Want to make the world a better place? Enter the Earth Awards!

October 28, 2008 at 9:25 pm Leave a comment

It saddens me to think that the publicity of this event is so late as the submission deadline is coming up on November 14th 2008.  What is this you ask why it is the Earth Awards.

These awards are a chance to win a $10,000 trip the New York City and pitch to investors your idea to make the world a better place for us all. The article is here on Treehugger.com (http://www.treehugger.com/files/2008/10/the-earth-awards-design-solutions-2008.php).

Excerpt: “In the market for $10,000 cash, an all-expense trip for two to NYC and the opportunity to pitch your ideas to Fortune 500 business leaders? Then you’re in luck!

This is your chance to take your “great idea” out from your moleskin journal (or, may we suggest these sustainable versions) and into the real world! The Earth Awards—whose mission is to support the development of commercially viable economic solutions to our current ecological crisis—is offering up the goods to the do-gooder who has a “future-crucial design solution that will improve our collective social, cultural, economic and ecological quality of life.”

The Earth Awards site is: http://theearthawards.org/

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