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greencity.jpgSustainLane, known for its ranking of greenest US cities, is looking for short essays on sustainable urban living. Here are a few ideas from the contest guidelines:  

    • Tell us the story about the commuterrail that doesn't exist (voted down yet again). Would it run near yourneighborhood, if it did?
    • Tell us about the successes. Doesthe city leadership have the right idea? Are there projects run bynonprofit organizations or businesses worth mentioning?
    • Tell us about the champions of sustainability in your city. Who's already doing it the right way?

Essays should be 500 words. Accepted entries will be rewarded with $100 and publication on a new urban sustainability web site.

Further details and the entry form are here.

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