Terms & Conditions
Actsmart Carbon Challenge Terms and Conditions
Actsmart (‘we’, ‘us’, ‘our’), requires a guardian or parent to register on behalf of a child
(person under 13 years of age) user of this website.
As users may register using personal details, these details will not be available to the general public. Your “Display Name” field will be visible to other registrants once logged in. Users must not impersonate another living person or registered user. If you choose to enter your suburb after registering, it will be visible to other registrants.
We may refuse registration of users whose suggested registration details are considered inappropriate. Grounds for refusal may include:
- offensive content;
- defamatory content;
- inappropriate content;
- copyright infringement;
- brand names or registered trademarks.
We reserve the right to refuse registration at our sole discretion.
Passwords and Security
You are responsible for maintaining the confidentiality and security of your password. If you become aware of any unauthorised use of your Carbon Challenge account, you should notify Actsmart immediately.
Use of the website by children
We recommend if a child (person under 13 years of age) uses this website their use of the website should be supervised by a parent or guardian.
Users are recommended to only accept friends known to them or a supervising parent or guardian.
Actsmart Carbon Challenge Secondary Schools Competition Terms and Conditions
A. About this competition
- The promoter of this competition is the ACT Government’s Environment, Planning and Sustainable Development Directorate (the Promoter) Dame Pattie Menzies House, 16 Challis Street, Dickson ACT 2602. ABN 31432729493.
- The purpose of this competition is to assist ACT households to reduce their carbon emissions by making simple changes to their daily habits. ACT secondary schools will be the conduit through which the Carbon Challenge web tool is promoted to students and their households.
- The competition period is 1-29 July 2018.
B. Entry requirements
- Competition entry is free and only open to:
- ACT secondary schools,
- Households who have one or more students enrolled in a secondary school that has registered for the Actsmart Carbon Challenge ACT Secondary Schools Competition.
- ACT secondary schools must register prior to the commencement of the competition. To register, a staff member of the interested school must contact Actsmart via email or in person and request that the school be registered for the Actsmart Carbon Challenge ACT Secondary Schools Competition.
- Households can register prior to, or during, the Actsmart Carbon Challenge ACT Secondary Schools Competition. To register, the household must log-in to the Carbon Challenge web tool, create a profile for their household, and join the school team.
C. Prizes and Judging
- The following prizes are available to be awarded:
• $1500 for the school that saves the most carbon emissions from student households completing challenges.*
• $1000 for the school that submits the best video about their Carbon Challenge experience.*
• $500 for the school that has the most student households signed up (based on percentage of students).*
• $100 family movie voucher for the student in each year level (year 7 – year 12) that creates the most comprehensive report. A total of six (6) $100 movie vouchers available.
• $100 family movie voucher for the student in each year level (year 7 – year 12) that creates the best video about their carbon challenge experience. A total of six (6) $100 movie vouchers available.
*Prize money must be spent on sustainability initiatives within the school. Expenditure will be approved by Actsmart prior to purchase.
Students can submit more than one report and/or video for judging.
- Competition submissions must be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org by 12pm, Sunday 29 July 2018. The student name, year and school must be included in the email.
- Competition winners will be announced at the competition awards ceremony and contacted via the details provided with their competition submission/s. Winners are required to contact the Promoter to accept your prize within four (4) weeks of notification.
- Judging will take place from 30 July 2018 by Environment, Planning and Sustainable Development Directorate staff. The decision of the judges will be final.
D. Use of competition submissions
- Videos and reports submitted to Actsmart may be shared online via the Actsmart Facebook account, Actsmart website, and Actsmart Carbon Challenge web tool.
- Prior to publishing online, Actsmart will gain written permission from the owner and any people whose faces appear in the video/report.
- Full credit will be given to the owner of the video/report. Please advise if you do not wish to have your name published at the time of giving written permission for your work to be shared online.
E. Privacy Statement
- The Territory will use and publish your video/report and name subject to the terms and conditions, and for the purposes, outlined above.
- Each entry must be in accordance with these Terms and Conditions and each entrant agrees to be bound by them. The Promoter may refuse to award a prize to entrants who fail to comply with these Terms and Conditions.
- On entering this competition, to the full extent permitted by the law, you indemnify the Promoter, its employees and agents against liability in respect of all claims, costs and expenses in relation to all loss, damage, injury or death to persons or property as a result of entering into the competition or accepting any prize.
Quality of information
We endeavour to make sure that information provided on this website is correct at the time of its publication.
However, as necessary you should obtain independent advice before making any decision based on the information on this website. The information on this website is made available on the understanding that the Australian Capital Territory (the Territory), Actsmart, their servants and agents, to the extent permitted by law, accept no responsibility for any damage, cost, loss or expense incurred by you as a result of:
- any error, omission or misrepresentation on this site
- any malfunction or failure to function of this site
- without limiting the above, any delay, failure or error in recording, displaying or updating information, including but not limited to, data relating to credit holdings.
Where there are known limitations to the information provided online, we will include an explanation of these limitations wherever possible. If there is any material that you consider to be misleading or inaccurate, please let us know and it will be corrected as soon as possible.
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