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Criteria: Student project should (but is not limited to):
Be an idea for a building, any component of a building, a green product, or any part of the construction process.
Clearly convey the fundamentals of sustainability by using innovative strategies and realistic solutions.
Present a creative vision for the future of green buildings and neighbourhoods.
Articulate the project's key features and their environmental and human health benefits.
Demonstrate the value and the importance of integrated/synergistic system design.
Must be a full-time, undergraduate student, enrolled during the academic year of 2020/2021, involved directly or indirectly in the built environment. Some examples include programs related to: Architecture, Engineering, Urban Planning, Interior Design, Community Planning, Sustainability Management, Supply Chain Management, Construction, Trades, etc.
Project groups must select one group representative. A project award can only be awarded to one group member.
Submission Requirements for ALL applicants:
Personal Profile Form
Proof of full-time enrollment in a post-secondary education institution
Proof of community involvement and/or letter of recommendation
Essay (2000 words max)
Green Project Poster (4 Posters max may be submitted per projects)
TOP TWO FINALISTS:
If your project makes the top 2, you will be required to submit an informal video of five minutes or less where you verbalize the merits of your idea, speak about the inspiration behind it and provide the judges with some insight into your personal contributions and aspirations in terms of green building. Once selected, you will be provided with an outline that further articulates the terms of this video component.