Carbon 14 want to find:Ordinary People Doing Extraordinary Things. They want to find people taking action, pursuing initiatives and implementing programs to help our environment, and help them achieve their goals.

Instead of spending large amounts of money on marketing and advertising, Carbon 14 want to give that money to you. To do that, they have created the Carbon 14 Award – a voting contest to benefit you and the environment.

If you, or someone you know, are doing something extraordinary, please share with them your action (by nominating yourself or others) AND how the $50,000 award will help your action.

– If you work for a non-profit environmental organization – you have a chance to win.


– If you want to make your house or yard more environmentally friendly – you can still enter and win.

They have created an interactive discussion forum for each nomination, so you have the ability to share your ideas and comment on other’s nominations.

How to Apply:

Nominees must clearly state environmental cause, program or action in the required forms of Submission: (1) one minute video via YouTube or Google video link (video must comply with the terms and conditions of the respected format of video upload).  OR by Short Essay.

Nominees must clearly state why environmental cause, program or action is in need of the award or how the award will benefit environmental cause, program or action.
February 28, 2010

For more detailed information:

Note: Please do not contact the Green Economy Post regarding this opportunity.  We are not affiliated with the sponsoring organizations, and therefore have no additional information. Sometimes the link is changed for the opportunities.  When this happens, go to the home page of the organizers to locate information on the opportunity or contact the organization directly.

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Author: peter.garvin (7 Articles)

I am a recent Clean Technology MSc Graduate with a keen interest in all elements of Green Business. My main areas of experience are in carbon footprinting, reduction and offsetting. I have a strong desire to extent my expertise in many directions, particularly that of sustainability management.