Greenlight Award Project Proposal 2017-2018
Congratulations, you want to be a Changemaker! The Changemaker 2020 Challenge is to get people to change their behavior, repeatedly, to benefit the environment. Part of the challenge is to get 20 people to change behavior, another is to create and demonstrate a tool (invention, project, campaign, event, etc.) that you use to inspire, persuade or otherwise help people make this change.

Tell us about your idea on this form (due Dec. 1st) and in your presentation before a panel of judges (on 12/9 at 9am at John Jay High School). After your presentation, the Round One judges will choose the Finalists!

Finalists' Projects will be funded up to $1,000 to move forward and will be paired with a community mentor. Finalists will showcase their results before a panel of judges and a community-wide audience in early May.

Remember to consult the SCORE-IT criteria that the judges will use for scoring both this proposal and your presentation. Visit www.bedford2020.org/greenlight for more information. Please share this form with your faculty advisor.

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Changemaker 2020 Project Proposal Form is Due December 1, 2017
TITLE. What do we call your project?
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SCHOOL. Which school does your team attend?
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TEAM. List all team members
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ADVISOR. Faculty advisor name and email
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PROBLEM. What environmental problem does your project address?
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BEHAVIOR CHANGE. What behavior change will your project inspire?
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In which community?
SOLUTION. How does this behavior change address the problem you identified?
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STRATEGY. How will you influence behavior change? You may check more than one.
TACTICS. What tactics will you use to support your strategy to get people to change their behavior and stick with it? Your "tool" (described below) may be one of these. Materials from existing projects or organizations may also be used. You may check more than one.
GREEN IDEA. Describe the original project, tool, invention or campaign will you create and use along with the above to cause behavior change?
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How will you demonstrate this project, tool, invention or campaign to the judges at the Finals in May?
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RESULTS. What is your plan to track the number of people you inspired to change their behavior?
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How will you track that they repeatedly did this behavior?
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ACTION PLAN. What are the major milestones you will need to achieve along the way to complete your project and by when? *
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BUDGET. Please list anticipated expenses to complete this project. Visit the Greenlight Toolkit under Resources for a sample budget. *
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What is the minimum amount of seed-funding you need for this project? What is the maximum you think you could use? *
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If your anticipated expenses listed above exceeds the amount granted to you, how will you raise the extra funds? *
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STAKEHOLDERS. Please list people you have already talked with or need to talk with to obtain permission or otherwise move forward with your project, if any. *
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RESEARCH. Briefly describe the research you have done before deciding on this project. *
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EXPERTISE. In general terms (not necessarily specific names), who would you like to talk with for advice or expert help on this project? *
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QUESTIONS. What questions do you need answered before you are able to undertake this project? *
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CONSEQUENCES. Are there likely to be any unintended consequences (positive or negative) from implementation of this project? *
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IMPACT. How will your project make a difference? *
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