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Eco-city photo competition

28 May 2009

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Calling all photographers! You’re invited to cast your eye over the city and photograph your image of Melbourne’s future as a sustainable city.

In 2007 and 2008, the City of Melbourne led a large-scale community consultation to envisage Melbourne’s long-term future. The resulting plan, Future Melbourne, encapsulates the community’s vision for all aspects of city life.

Part of that vision was for Melbourne to be an eco-city - where our environmental footprint is decreased, the community adapts to a changing climate and we work together to build a sustainable future.

The City of Melbourne invites you to get involved and photograph what you think are the most important things to consider for our future as an eco-city, what you think sustainability looks like in our city, and what you think an eco-city should look like.

Who can enter?

The Melbourne: eco-city Photo Competition is open to all photographers – from amateur and professional, to juniors and seniors - who live or work within, or visit, the City
of Melbourne.

The best photographs from different categories will win prizes and will be used in City of Melbourne publications to illustrate our environmentally sustainable initiatives. Photographs used will be credited to the photographer.

Entrants can submit up to three photographs but they must be taken in the City of Melbourne between February 1 and June 30, 2009. The competition closes on June 30. All entries must be supplied in digital form as a high-resolution .jpeg or a .tif file on CD-Rom.

Prizes are $100 vouchers for Todae, a leading online eco-store, for each category winner, plus a print of the photo in a beautiful reclaimed timber frame from Mulbury Gallery. For more information about competition categories, prizes, terms and conditions or to download an entry form, visit www.melbourne.vic.gov.au

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