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Contests Examples

Signs and Posters

Songs, Raps and Poems

Video Clips


Comics and Adventure Stories

Action Plans and Plans to Protect Oceans...


Petitions and Resolutions

Articles and Essays



Refined Designs

Solutions Analyzed


STEM Calculations

Planting or Growing

Attending Clean Ups


Solution for Pollution Contest

K-12 students may enter a Sign, Poster, Song, Rap, Video Clip, Presentation, Comic, Adventure Story, Action Plan, Letter, Petition, Article, Essay, Pamphlet, Plan to Protect Air, Water or Land, Design or Evaluate a solution, math or science calculation, or what was built, planted, grew or cleaned up.

The submission must be the work of the student although we recognize assistance from teachers and parents may be given in some circumstances.

The names and cities of monthly winners will be posted on, CleanEarth4Kids Facebook, Instagram and Google Classroom, code DTRO17

To enter the contest:

1. Post or email your #SolutionForPollution Project or Action to or Google Classroom Code DTR017

2. Include the title of your project or action, information, and why it is important to you. Include only your first name, last initial, grade, city, state, country and 8 random numbers. (Keep a copy of the numbers.)

3. Include the waiver form signed and date. You and your parent or guardian may write: "I agree that my work is original and may be published, honored, posted or shared for no charge for educational purposes." Videos or photos have an additional form.

By submitting an entry, students give permission for their work to be displayed at public events, in publications and promotional material and on the Internet. All submissions are property of

By submitting an entry, student represents, acknowledges, and warrants the submission is original work and does not infringe on copyrights or has been authorized by the copyright holder.

Contest waiver forms will be coming very soon