Welcome to the Earth Hour – Earth Day Art Contest

Earth Hour / Earth Day Art Contest

Carmel Green Initiative developed the Earth Hour -Earth Day Art Contest with support throughout the community.  Special thanks to CGI's Energy Subcommittee. The Energy Subcommittee is dedicated to creating awareness of the benefits of energy conservation and energy efficiency. The Energy Subcommittee supports the Carmel Clay School District’s Energy Conservation Program which has saved the school district over $9 million in energy savings since 1995. This energy savings is equivalent to removing over 13,000 cars off the road. To join the Energy Subcommittee, contact Leslie Webb.

Marie Reamer Fine Art PhotographyWe would especially like to thank fine art photographer Marie Reamer for permission to use her photograph entitled ‘Zinia Tear.’ ‘Zinia Tear’ recently won 2nd place in the Cool Creek Art Show “Nature’s Inspirations” and will be on display at the Cool Creek Nature Center from February 22 to March 7. Marie lives in Lawrence Township and is working with Lawrence Township schools on its environmental initiatives. Marie is affiliated with the Blue Egg Gallery in the Art & Design District.

Earth Hour 2010 - March 27, 8:30pm local timeWe are also grateful to the World Wildlife Fund for allowing us to use their Earth Hour artwork. On Earth Hour 2010 (March 27) millions of people around the world will com together by doing something quite simple – turning off non essential lights and electrical equipment for one hour. The event symbolizes that by working together, each of us can make a positive impact to secure our future and that of future generations. Carmel Green Initiative will receive credit if you sign up at this link: Earth Hour - Join the Movement

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THANK YOU!

Carmel Green Initiative would like to thank the Carmel Green Schools Energy Subcommittee. The Energy Subcommittee is dedicated to creating awareness of the benefits of energy conservation and energy efficiency. The Energy Subcommittee supports the Carmel Clay School District’s Energy Conservation Program which has saved the school district over $9 million in energy savings since 1995. This energy savings is equivalent to removing over 13,000 cars off the road. To join the Energy Subcommittee, contact Leslie Webb at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it