Search for Green Champion begins
by David Masters
September 25, 2009
The search is on to find one person to be the voice of ordinary Brits on the environment.
TV star Melanie Sykes launched the campaign to find the Green Voice of Great Britain in London on 24 September.
The chosen green champion will become an advocate for the people of Great Britain on environmental issues.
“We are looking for people who can represent the views of the man on the street and communicate these views in a simple manner,” Sykes said.
“We’re looking for people who care about the environment, want to get involved and have their say.”
Anyone can enter the competition, which is being run by the Energy Saving Trust.
The winner will be crowned in the Houses of Parliament during Energy Saving Week on the 21 October.
Whoever enters the competition will become the green eyes and ears for the government and the Energy Saving Trust.
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