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March 30, 2021 @ 8:00 am - April 30, 2021 @ 12:00 am
LOGO CONTEST of National Radioactive Waste Coalition!!!
*** Deadline: Friday, April 30 by midnight (Pacific Time) ***
We are about to launch our National Radioactive Waste Coalition. The Coalition is made up of 37 environmental, anti-nuclear, and social/environmental justice groups in the United States to tackle the ongoing problems of nuclear waste — from production to storage.
AND WE NEED A LOGO!
Would you like to help?
We are seeking submissions for logos or logo ideas in an open contest. Everyone is welcome and we especially welcome submissions from the frontline communities that are most affected by radioactive waste policies of the United States.
As a startup non-profit organization, we are operating on a shoestring but have set aside $200 for the winning logo. The top 2 runner-ups will receive $50 each.
Send an email to: [email protected] with your name, phone number, affiliation (organization, school, frontline community, or indigenous community), and your ORIGINAL logo design (jpeg, png, gif, and pdf are all acceptable formats). All submissions must be sent electronically, but the design itself can be done in any medium – a simple sketch, drawing, computer-generated art, etc. In addition, please tell us a bit about yourself.
National Radioactive Waste Coalition Logo Contest Rules and Requirements
Anyone can apply as long as you currently reside in the United States, its territories, and freely associated states (e.g., the Marshall Islands). A pair or a small team may collectively submit a logo design. Any prize money would be shared among all teammates. There is no fee to enter the Contest.
Send an email to: [email protected] with your name, phone number, affiliation (organization, school, frontline community, or indigenous community), and your ORIGINAL logo design (jpeg, png, gif, pdf are all acceptable formats). All submissions must be sent electronically, but the design itself can be done in any medium – a simple sketch, drawing, computer-generated art, etc. In addition, please tell us a bit about yourself.
By submitting a design in any medium to National Radioactive Waste Coalition, you hereby grant to National Radioactive Waste Coalition and its affiliates an irrevocable, perpetual, and royalty-free right to use, reproduce, edit, display, transmit, prepare derivative works of, modify, publish and otherwise make use of the submitted photo or other information in any and all media, whether now known or hereinafter created, throughout the world and for any purpose.
By submitting any design to National Radioactive Waste Coalition, you hereby represent and warrant that the submitted design does not and shall not infringe on any copyright, any rights of privacy or publicity of any person, or any other right of any third party, and you have the right to grant any and all rights and licenses granted to National Radioactive Waste Coalition herein, including but not limited to all necessary rights under copyright, free and clear of any claims or encumbrances.
All applications must be received by Friday, April 30, 2021, by midnight (Pacific Time). In case no suitable entries are received, we may extend the deadline, which decision will be announced to the public.
Selecting the Winning Logo
The Media Subcommittee of the National Radioactive Waste Coalition will select several finalists. The winning design will be determined by a vote of the members of the Logo Selection Committee of the National Radioactive Waste Coalition. Their decision will be final.
National Radioactive Waste Coalition reserves the right not to select a winner if, in its sole discretion, no suitable entries are received.
The winning designer (individual, pair, or team) will receive a $200 cash prize. The top 2 runner-ups will receive $50. Any prize money would be shared among all teammates.
The winning design will be announced in May 2021. Every effort will be made to inform the winner and top 2 runner-ups.
About National Radioactive Waste Coalition
The National Radioactive Waste Coalition (NRWC) works to bring attention to, and rallies for action around, the dangers of radioactive nuclear waste. We are working to permanently block the Yucca Mountain repository, to stop consolidated interim storage, to store high-level wastes as close as possible to their sites of generation in “hardened” safe-as-possible storage, and to reduce the inherent dangers of high-level wastes at decommissioned nuclear plants and other sites.
Through collaboration amongst our member organizations across the country, the NRWC is working to ensure the dangers of radioactive waste are managed in a responsible, equitable, and sustainable manner.
The Coalition is made up of environmental, anti-nuclear, and social/environmental justice groups in the United States.
List of member groups of National Radioactive Waste Coalition
1) Alliance for Environmental Strategies
2) Blue Ridge Environmental Defense League
3) Cape Downwinders
4) Citizens Awareness Network
5) Citizens Action Coalition
6) Citizens’ Environmental Coalition
7) Citizens Resistance at Fermi Two (CRAFT)
8) Concerned Citizens for Nuclear Safety
9) Council on Intelligent Energy & Conservation Policy (CIECP)
10) Fairewinds Energy Education Nonprofit
11) Greenaction for Health and Environmental Justice
12) Green State Solutions
13) Healthy Environment Alliance of Utah
14) Heart of America Northwest
15) Hudson River Sloop Clearwater, Inc.
16) Indian Point Safe Energy Coalition
17) Manhattan Project for a Nuclear-Free World
18) Multicultural Alliance for a Safe Environment
19) Native Community Action Council
20) Nevada Nuclear Waste Task Force
21) North American Water Office
22) Nuclear Energy Information Service (NEIS)
23) Nuclear Information and Resource Service (NIRS)
24) Nuclear Watch New Mexico
25) Nuclear Watch South
27) Occupy Bergen County
28) Safe Energy Rights Group (SEnRG)
29) San Clemente Green
30) San Luis Obispo Mothers for Peace
31) Shut Down Indian Point Now
32) Snake River Alliance
33) Southwest Research and Information Center
34) Stop the Algonquin Pipeline Expansion
35) Sustainable Energy & Economic Development (SEED) Coalition
36) Uranium Watch
37) Vermont Yankee Decommissioning Alliance