Greenlight Award Project Proposal 2018-2019
Changemaker 2020 challenges you to come up with a project that will get at least 20 people to change their behavior to benefit the environment, repeatedly and potentially forever!

This form (due Dec. 7th) is designed to walk the judges through the various ways you will achieve your goal and will be scored along with your in-person presentation at the Round One event on December 15.

Round One judges will choose seven Finalists who will each be funded up to $1,000 and paired with community experts to carry out their projects. Finalists will showcase their results before a panel of judges and a community-wide audience in April.

Remember to consult the SCORE-IT for the criteria the judges will use for Round One scoring. Visit www.bedford2020.org/greenlight for this and other information. Please share this form with your faculty advisor.

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Please complete this form before December 7, 2018, 11:59PM
TITLE. What should we call your project?
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SCHOOL. Which school does your team attend?
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TEAM. List team members names
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ADVISOR. Faculty advisor name
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Faculty advisor email
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PROBLEM. What environmental problem will your project address?
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BEHAVIOR CHANGE. What behavior change will your project inspire?
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In which community? (for example, my school, elementary school, local businesses, religious institution, team, neighborhood, etc.)
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SOLUTION. How does this behavior change address the problem you identified?
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STRATEGY. What strategy will you use to influence behavior change? You may select more than one.
TACTICS. What tactics will you use to support your strategy to get people to change their behavior and stick with it? You may check more than one.
GREEN IDEAS. Describe the tactics you selected above in more detail. Will you produce any tangible item(s) or events that you will produce, install or otherwise bring about with your project?
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RESULTS. What is your plan to track the number of people you inspire to change their behavior? and how you will track they do it repeatedly?
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TIMELINE. Create a list of milestones for your project and by when you will need to accomplish each to complete your project and show your results at the Finals in April.
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BUDGET. How much money do you need to carry out this project by the Finals? Make a list of budget items and their related costs that are specific and realistic. *
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STAKEHOLDERS. Please list people you have already talked with about your project. Have you obtained permission or partnerships you will need to move ahead with your plan? Who else do you plan to work with if your proposal is selected as a finalist? *
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OBSTACLES: What is the biggest obstacle in your community to your achieving your goals for this project?
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QUESTIONS. What questions do you need answered before you are able to carry out this project? *
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CONSEQUENCES. Are there likely to be any unintended consequences (positive or negative effects that were not foreseen or anticipated) from implementation of this project? *
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IMPACT. Looking back 3 years from now, how will your project have made a difference? *
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