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2010 Ecorazzi Terra Awards: Now Accepting Nominations!

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ecorazzi terra awards

Introducing the first-ever Ecorazzi Terra Awards! With everything we cover throughout the year, we thought it might be nice to start a tradition of recognizing and highlighting the events, people, places, and things that contribute to making this world a greener place. Sure, the idea isn’t exactly novel — but we hope to bring our own fresh take on honoring those making a difference.

But here’s the thing — we want your help! Know someone that could use some recognition? Have a favorite green celeb you think stands out? Love a certain green mag? Visit often a vegan/vegetarian/organic cafe that rocks your socks? Nominate them! We plan on collecting nominations across several categories and then letting you vote on your favorite! Once decided, those picks will go up alongside our own.

Nominations will remain open until March 12th.

Entries are now closed! Thank you and check back for the results soon!

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