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Future Sparks Newsletter May 2012

Something fun for World Environment Day!

On June 7 at 8:30am, in celebration of World Environment Day, Green Cross Australia is bringing primary school students together from Australia and the United States for a live video conference about a clean energy future.

Future Sparks: 2 Countries 1 Future Powered by Clean Energy

This will be an interactive discussion that will inspire your clean energy ideas and perhaps give your Future Sparks entry a winning advantage.

We have assembled an international panel - including the US Ambassador and California's hottest solar company Sungevity - to lead the discussion. You and your class can be part of this event via twitter, live Internet streaming or by emailing us your clean energy question in advance.

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Something fun for World Environment Day!

Join in the live streaming

Our clean energy discussion will be led by a panel of experts, including Jeffrey Bleich (US Ambassador to Australia), Mara Bun (Green Cross Australia CEO), and Maryella Hatfield (director of The Future Makers documentary). We will also be joined by representatives from California's hottest solar company, Sungevity. Join in via Twitter, live streaming or email!

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Join in the live streaming

Keep the videos coming in

We are starting to receive your video entries! If you need help planning your video, we have a Video: How to page with heaps of tips. Remember - videos are judged on what you say, not production values! And don't forget Future Sparks is jam-packed with inspirational videos and stories to get your creative ideas flowing.

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