Contest opens Tuesday, September 5th
Back for its second year, the EduTOX Video Challenge is giving young people a platform to promote awareness and action on the environment and health - and a chance to be nationally recognized for their leadership. EduTOX invites young people ages 14 to 22 to make creative and compelling short videos that will get Canadians thinking about and taking action to reduce health impacts from everyday harmful toxins or climate change. In short, EduTOX is about youth leading the way to a healthier world in which to live, grow, work, and play.
The Sandbox Project is proud to be part of a project team that includes Pollution Probe, Health Canada, the University of Ottawa, the David Suzuki Foundation, Great-West Life, the Ontario Ministry of Environment and Climate Change, the Canadian Partnership for Children's Health and Environment, the Starfish Canada, Terra20 and TELUS. More information about EduTOX project partners can be found here.
Follow @EduTOXvideo on Twitter, and EduTOX on Facebook for the latest contest updates. Information resources are available for teachers and professors to share with your students. Please email the EduTOX team to learn more.