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Enter the EAA’s First Annual Environmental Video Contest!March 5th, 2012

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The Environmental Action Agency (EAA) has just announced their first annual environmental video contest “The Greener me, the Better us.” The EAA invites individuals to submit a funny and creative video portraying how each of us can reduce our environmental impact, and what we can do to protect Mother Earth. Topics include but are not limited to: energy & water conservation, recycling, composting, buying local, reusing, and consumption. Video clips should be two minutes or less. Three prizes of up to $300 will be awarded, and submissions will be due March 5, 2012.

March 5th, 2012

March 5th, 2012



First place -$300 cash
Second place -$200 cash
Third place -$100 cash


Rules & Procedures:
• Videos must be PG rated
• Videos should be 2 minutes or less
• Finished videos must be uploaded to YouTube
• You may submit more than one video
• If filming others, you must have their permission before it gets posted to YouTube
• Videos must be posted and the link along with the entry form sent to [email protected] by no later than midnight Eastern Time, Monday, 5 March 2012 to be included in the competition.

First place -$300 cash
Second place -$200 cash
Third place -$100 cash

Upload the video to either of the following:
1. Our Facebook Page ‘Environment Action Association (
2. Your “YouTube” account under the subject of EAANYC-The Greener me, The Better us and tag EAANYC.

The Environment Action Association reserves the right to eliminate any video is done is poor taste, deemed inappropriate and/or does not meet the requirements above.

Entry forms are available upon request by email.


Videos will be judged on originality, creativity, adherence to theme and number of page views generated.

The contest runs from Jan 5 to March 5, 2012. Winning videos will be announced on Earth Day and available for online viewing at and on the EAA facebook page.