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Announcing the 2010 Campus Conservation Nationals at Brown!

October 23, 2010

EcoReps is very excited to announce the 2010 Campus Conservation Nationals at Brown University!  From November 1st to the 19th Brown students will compete against almost 40 other colleges and universities from across the country to reduce the amount of electricity they use in their residence halls.

The following dorms (or dorm clusters) will be competing starting November 1st:

Andrews Hall, Miller Hall, Metcalf Hall
Barbour Hall
Caswell Hall
Graduate Center
Hegeman Hall
Hope College
Keeney Quad
Littlefield Hall
Machado House
Minden Hall
New Pembroke 1-4
Pembroke Quad (Emery, Woolley, Champlin, and Morriss)
Slater Hall
Vartan Gregorian (New Dorm) A & B
West House
Wriston Quad (Buxton, Chapin, Diman, Goddard, Harkness, Marcy, Olney, Sears, Wayland)
Young Orchard and Perkins Hall

If you live in one of the above dorms and want to get involved, click below to register!  (Only registered participants from the winning dorm will be eligible to win prizes at the end of the competition.)

Stay tuned to the blog for all of your competition news including energy reduction tips, prize and event announcements, daily results, and more!

NOTE: Even if your residence hall is not listed above or you live off-campus, we still encourage you to register for the competition.  Though we will not be measuring your energy consumption we welcome your enthusiasm and as members of the Brown community you can still contribute to the movement.

Do you have questions?  Email brownecoreps@gmail.com

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