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Highlight An artistic view of Europe's waste – EEA announces competition winners
After 200 entries from 29 countries, the European Environment Agency (EEA) is pleased to announce five winners of the Waste•smART competition, which invited Europeans to produce a video, cartoon or photo on the topic of waste.
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Waste•smART competition public vote - CLOSED
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Waste•smART – creative competition
Imagine all the resources, energy and labour that are used to produce food, cars, clothes, mobile phones and everything we consume. If we do not re-use and recycle them, they could be ending up in landfills or incineration plants. Each year, EU citizens generate an average of half a tonne of household waste per person. Waste can be an economic loss and it can also negatively impact the environment as well as human health.
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Submission form
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Specific privacy statement - Waste•smART competition
The personal data you provide in the Waste•smART submission form is processed in accordance with regulation (EC) No 45/2001[1] of the European Parliament and of the Council of 18 December 2000 on the protection of individuals with regard to the processing of personal data by the Community institutions and bodies and on the free movement of such data.
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Terms and Conditions for the Waste•smART contest
The rules listed below form the terms and conditions of the contest. Please note that by submitting an entry (electronically), you are deemed to have agreed to and accepted these rules. This contest is administered by the European Environment Agency (EEA).
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Waste•smART Competition rules
The European Environment Agency (EEA) invites you to share your views about waste in Europe in a new creative competition, Waste•smART. Express your thoughts through a photo, video or cartoon. Competition winners will receive a cash prize, and all finalists have a chance of getting their work promoted by the EEA and its partners across Europe.
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ImagineAIR photo story competition – public vote
The ImaginAIR competition - launched in September 2012 - asked Europeans to tell their story of air through three photographs and a short paragraph. Here are the finalists from the competition. Our external jury will select five thematic winners, but you get to choose the public vote winner. Vote for your favourites before 14 November 2012 to determine which photo story should win the ImaginAIR Public Choice Award. The photostory that receives the most votes will win the award. Become a member of our public jury. The decision is in your hands.
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Highlight Capture the invisible for the EEA photo story competition
The air we breathe may not be the most photogenic subject, but depicting an odourless, colourless gas is the challenge set out by ImaginAIR, a new competition created by the European Environment Agency (EEA) which invites participants to tell a story about Europe's air in three pictures.
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