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EcoWatch Journal is a venue for citizens, organizations, governmental agencies, elected officials and sustainable businesses to spread their news to a broader audience. We rely on the sustainability community to provide the content for our newspaper. We encourage articles that: focus on solution-based projects that promotes sustainability; offer ways for individuals and businesses to implement sustainability; promote upcoming sustainability events; and encourages strong environmental policy.

Articles should be 600 words. Please provide high resolution photos and/or graphics with your submission.

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