National Wildlife Federation Celebrates Chill Out: Campus Solutions to Global Warming


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Chill Out: Campus Solutions to Global Warming is a program that gets people on college and university campuses to act on solutions for global warming. The competition is part of National Wildlife Federation's effort to encourage climate leadership and sustainability on campuses, and out into the broader communities. Check out how you can get involved and win some cool prizes.

The winners of this year's competition will be featured in a webcast to air April 15. If you're interested in getting your campus involved in the webcast, check out the National Wildlife Federation's website for details. Just by getting fellow students and community members involved in the webcast to air April 15th, you can win prizes and music. You can also sign up to get involved in next year's competition.

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