Preserving the Environment

Be a Vehicle of Change

June 29, 2017
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Know an innovator or entrepreneur who is rolling up their sleeves and working on the most important environmental issues of our time? Tell us who should be a Vehicle of Change!

Toyota is committed to realizing sustainable development together with society, and to do that, they’ve created the Toyota Environmental Challenge 2050. By 2050, Toyota has pledged to go beyond a zero environmental impact, achieve a net positive impact, and has set six initiatives to get them there.  

In partnership with Toyota, NationSwell’s “Be a Vehicle of Change” contest will highlight and empower the innovators and entrepreneurs who are working on the most pressing environmental issues of our time.

Enter below for a chance to be one of our 3 Vehicle of Change winners.

3 Vehicle of Change winners will receive:

  • A 3- to 5-minute video about their work, made by NationSwell story producers
  • Grant money to do more good: $25,000 for the first place winner; $15,000 for the second place winner and $10,000 for the third place winner
  • Social media promotion and content sharing with industry influencers

7 runners-up will also each be featured in a 500- to 750-word article showcasing their work.

In 2015, Toyota introduced the Mirai, a hydrogen fuel cell vehicle. It’s one of the world’s first mass-produced, hydrogen fuel cell, electric vehicles. It competes with traditional vehicles – but uses no gasoline. Instead, the Mirai creates electricity and emits nothing but water vapor. The Mirai is a Vehicle of Change that will help change the future of the mobility.  

Now it’s your turn to join the Vehicle of Change movement. Enter below to help us get closer to a more sustainable, healthier future. Entries will be accepted through Thursday, September 28 at 11:59pm ET.


Contest Details & Official Rules 

 

BE A VEHICLE OF CHANGE NOMINATION FORM

Spread the word using #VehicleofChange. The deadline to enter is Thursday, September 28 at 11:59pm ET.

Learn more about the Mirai, Toyota’s Vehicle of Change.

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