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Treehugger offers 'epic' prize for ethical shopping video

Treehugger Do you have a burning desire to share the virtues of ethical consumerism with the rest of the world? Reackon you could do it in a short film? If so, Treehugger is offering the chance to win $5,000 (or equivalent - we've done our homework here, and this one is open to international readers) a Dutch Citybike, Fluevog Shoes and Tickets to EPIC - the biggest ethical shopping-fest ever held.

Treehugger shares many things with Hippyshopper...

...but above all, the belief that shopping doesn't have to be 'bad' if you keep an eye on what you're buying. And this is why they're supporting the EPIC, which takes place in Vancouver on March 16th-18th. It's set to be a hippy shopper's paradise - a Sustainable Living Expo, where you can discover hip, ethical products and services that allow you to feel good about your purchases. Sounds like heaven? Details on how to enter follow after the jump.

videos should be:

  • no shorter than 1 minute and no longer than 2 minutes.
  • Shows us the action(s) you are taking to reduce your personal carbon emissions and help put an end to climate change.

Visit Treehugger's competition page for details on submitting your entry; the deadline to enter is Feb. 28th

February 19, 2007 in Arts & information | Permalink


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