Visualizing an Ecodistrict
What comes to mind when you think about a neighbourhood that addresses resilience, climate and equity? Send us your sketches – we want your input and to see your creativity! #ecodistricts #urban planning #mastersite #community engagement
About the Competition
Green Easy is happy to announce its first competition! We want to engage our audience and provide you with a way to creatively express your thoughts about urban regeneration.
Think about a neighborhood and show us how you would address resilience, equity, and greenhouse gases contributing to climate change within your community. We encourage you to think about applying your solutions on a mastersite scale and to use the Ecodistricts Protocol as you sketch your solutions. In order to address these three crucial issues within our communities, we need you to think outside of the box. Looking forward to seeing your sketches!
Entering the Competition
- The drawing/sketching competition (the “Competition”) is open to adults who are at least 18 years old (“You”) located in the United Kingdom.
- To enter the Competition, You should finish your drawings/sketch published on Friday July 31 2020, 5pm GMT.
- You can enter the Competition by sending your entry to firstname.lastname@example.org
- When submitting your Competition entry, You must provide your name, age and email address. We will only use this information in relation to the Competition (including checking your eligibility to enter it) and will not use it for any other purposes whatsoever. We will not keep this information for longer than is necessary for the operation of the Competition.
- You may only send one entry to the Competition.
- Employees or agents of Green Easy, its group companies or their family members may not enter the Competition.
Publishing the winning entries
- The winning entries will be published on the Green Easy website from August 1, 2020 or (if Green Easy needs to delay this publication for any reason) at a later date.
- You own the copyright to your Competition entry as its author.
- By submitting an entry to the Competition, You give Green Easy: a. Permission for your entry to be published on the Green Easy website, royalty-free, worldwide licence to republish your Competition entry in electronic format and hard copy for purposes connected with the Competition; and b. The right to use your name, age and town or city of residence for the sole purpose of identifying You as the author of your entry.
- The 1st prize will receive is a free one and a half hour (1½ ) virtual meeting with a Green Easy’s EcoDistrict AP to discuss a master site planning project.
- The runners up will each have a Tree planted by The World Land Trust.
- The prizes cannot be exchanged or transferred by You and cannot be redeemed by You for cash or any other prizes.
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