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HuffPost Green Teams Up With CoolClimate Art Contest To Raise Eco Awareness

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Like your art work nice and green? HuffPost Green has teamed up with the CoolClimate art contest to showcase some amazing new work!

The contest was designed to help raise awareness about climate change through identifying and celebrating iconic images and to inspire people to be involved in the discussion.

On HuffingtonPost.com, you can view and vote on 20 images that have been chosen from 1,000 submissions by the discerning eyes of celebs like Jackson Browne, Chevy Chase and artist Mel Chin.

The winners of the contest will be announced in Washington, DC on October 7 at the Center for American Progress. The 5 most popular images will be distributed in a toolkit to top environmental leaders. Good deal!

Wanna check out some cool art work? Stop by HuffingtonPost.com and cast your vote!

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