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March 25, 2010 | Jess Sand  |  Share

You've only got a couple days left to submit your poster to the Green Patriot Poster project, a communications effort run by the very cool Canary Project:

During World War II the United States was able to mobilize industry and motivate its citizens in breathtaking speed. Factories were overhauled and consumption habits transformed. Strong, graphically compelling posters played a crucial role in the success of this campaign.

These posters presented the actions of individual citizens as vital for the nation and portrayed those who took part as attractive, dynamic American heroes.

Today a similar mobilization is required to address the crisis of global climate change and achieve energy independence. That’s why The Canary Project and its partners have launched Green Patriot Posters.

Green Patriot Posters is a communications campaign centered on posters that encourage all U.S. citizens to build a sustainable economy. These posters can be general (“We Can Do It!”) or can promote a specific sustainability action.

Don't have the time to submit your own?

Re-nourish's own Eric Benson has a series of very cool renewable energy posters in the running, which means you can vote for his wind, solar, and geothermal posters!

Vote for Eric Benson's wind, solar and geothermal posters!

Deadline for submissions and voting is March 27, so hurry!

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