How to share your Six Words for the Planet
By Stephanie Nicholson
Have you heard that the EPA has teamed up with SMITH Magazine? SMITH magazine is becoming well- known for their Six Word Memoirs that encourage writers to share a unique story or idea in just six words. In this partnership, EPA and SMITH Magazine launched the project Six Words for the Planet.
You have to be at least 18 to submit entries on the competition’s website, so ask your parent or guardian if they can help you submit your words. I’d like to share my words with you:
Bring back the majestic natural world
As well as share with you EPA Administrator Lisa P. Jackson’s six words:
Healthier families, cleaner communities, stronger America.
Now it’s your turn. What are your Six Words for the Planet?
Stephanie Nicholson is an intern with the Office of Environmental Education. She is a senior at Towson University in Baltimore, Maryland and will graduate this winter with a Bachelor of Science in Environmental Studies.
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