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Green Dot Awards | Call for submissions

Upcoming Events & Competitions Green Dot Awards | Call for submissions

If your product or services take into account environmental sustainability factors, you can enter to be recognized by one of the most prestigious international awards. Enter before October 20th to get your earlybird discount.

Please take a moment to cast your vote for The People’s Choice Awards, created to honour life time achievements of environmentally conscious individuals or organizations where their continuous effort has brought forward great changes to the world.

Submit your work in the following categories:

Build: Revolutionary showcases of sustainable design and functional live/work spaces.

Concept: This category is reserved for environmental innovators with a revolutionary business proposal or plan.

Service: Any organized system of communication, employees and/or apparatus that supplies the consumer with support, resources, solutions for their eco-work and lifestyle.

Product: Everyday items with an exemplary design aesthetic that are accessible to the average consumer or business and that promote and support eco-conscious living.

Media: Films, festivals, television programs, visual arts, awareness campaigns or any other arts and culture media that bring awareness to the need for positive environmental change.

Transportation: Eco-innovations in mobility.

Green Dot Awards
Location: Los Angeles, California, USA
Deadline for submissions:  Earlybird: October 20, 2011 | Deadline: November 30, 2011

You can Submit your projects here.

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