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Mark Peters : August 3th 2006 - 10:36 CET

High School students to compete at Canon Envirothon

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CanonHigh School students to compete at Canon Envirothon : More than 250 teenagers from 44 U.S. states and eight Canadian provinces will descend upon the University of Manitoba in Winnipeg, Canada to participate in North America's largest high school environmental education competition - the 2006 Canon Envirothon. Participants will learn about environmental issues affecting natural resources as they compete for a share of $75,000 in college scholarships and prizes. Organized in cooperation with the National Association of Conservation Districts in the U.S. and The Canadian Forestry Association, the competition tests teams on their knowledge of soil/land use, forestry, aquatic ecology, wildlife and natural resources, among other topics.
High School students to compete at Canon EnvirothonCanon Envirothon - Water Stewardship
The theme of this year's competition is Water Stewardship in a Changing Climate, and will focus on the role water plays in our lives now and in the future, and includes aspects such as water quality, supply, use and allocation, and conservation and management. "As a global organization, Canon understands its responsibility for the impact it makes on society and the environment. Canon is guided by the philosophy of Kyosei - 'all people, regardless of race, religion, or culture, harmoniously living and working together into the future,' said William Reed, senior vice president and general manager, Corporate Communications, Canon USA, Inc. "Embracing this philosophy, Canon USA. has chosen to protect future generations by helping to preserve North America's most valuable resources through the support of a wide range of environmental and youth programs, such as the Canon Envirothon."

Canon Envirothon competition
The Canon Envirothon is the culmination of a series of competitions that began during the past school year and involved more than 500,000 teenagers throughout North America. In written tests and oral presentations, five-member teams from schools and organizations compete for the distinction of representing their state or province at the Canon Envirothon. Each team's knowledge is tested under the supervision of foresters, soil scientists, wildlife specialists and other natural resource professionals. Teamwork, problem solving and presentation skills are evaluated as each team offers a panel of judges an oral presentation containing recommendations for solving the specific challenge that is presented during the competition.

Canon Clean Earth Campaign
This is the 10th year that Canon USA has been a sponsor of this annual competition. Canon works to protect the environment through the award-winning Canon Clean Earth Campaign that encompasses the development of energy-efficient office products, equipment remanufacturing and materials reuse, the protection of endangered species and the encouragement of environmental education through the company's corporate social responsibility efforts and employee volunteerism.

U.S. schools participating in the 2006 Canon Envirothon
Alabama - Birmingham - Oak Mountain High School
Alaska - Homer - Homer High School
Arizona - Tuscon - University High School
Arkansas - Hattieville - Wonderview High School
California - Woodland Hills - El Camino Real High School
Connecticut - Falls Village - Housatonic Valley Regional High School
Delaware - Wilmington - Charter School of Wilmington
Florida - Fort Pierce - John Carroll
Georgia - Rabun Gap - Rabun Gap-Nacoochee School
Idaho - Gooding - Gooding High School
Illinois - Albion - Edwards County High School
Indiana - Rossville - Clinton 4-H
Iowa - Earlham - Earlham High School
Kansas - Peabody - Peabody-Burns Jr./Sr. High School
Kentucky - Louisville - DuPont Manual High School
Louisiana - Carencro - Homeschool
Maine - Augusta - Cony High School
Maryland - Clear Springs - Clear Springs High School
Massachusetts - Walpole - Bristol County 4H
Michigan - Caro - Caro High School
Minnesota - Rushford - Rushford-Peterson High School
Mississippi - Amory - Amory High School
Missouri - St. Louis - Parkway North High School
Montana - Thompson Falls - Thompson Falls High School
Nebraska - Wauneta - Wauneta-Palisade School
New Hampshire - Keene - Keene High School
New Jersey - North Bergen - High Tech High School
New York - Candor - Candor High School
North Carolina - Raleigh - Enloe High School
North Dakota - Fargo - West Fargo High School
Ohio - Chardon - Chardon High School
Oklahoma - Wyandotte - Wyandotte High School
Oregon - Newberg - Newberg High School
Pennsylvania - Media - Penncrest High School
Rhode Island - Narragansett - Narraganssett High School
South Carolina - Calhoun Falls - Calhoun Falls High School
Tennessee - Clarksville - Northwest High School
Texas - The Woodlands - John Cooper School
Utah - Hyrum - Mountain Crest High School
Vermont - North Claredon - Mill River Union High School
Virginia - Fort Defiance - Fort Defiance High School
Washington - Palouse - Garfield-Palouse High School
West Virginia - Shady Spring - Shady Spring High School
Wisconsin - Land O’Lakes - Conserve School

Canadian schools participating in the 2006 Canon Envirothon
Alberta - Grande Prairie - Grande Prairie Composite High School
British Columbia - Vancouver - Templeton Secondary School
Manitoba - Swan River - Swan Valley Regional Secondary School
New Brunswick - Fredericton - Fredericton High School
Newfoundland and Labrador - Corner Brook - Regina High School
Nova Scotia - Digby - Digby Regional High School
Ontario - Owen Sound - West Hill Secondary School
Prince Edward Island - Summerside - Three Oaks Sr. High

About Canon USA
Canon USA delivers consumer, business-to-business, and industrial imaging solutions. The Company is listed as one of Fortune's Most Admired Companies in America and is rated #35 on the BusinessWeek list of "Top 100 Brands." Its parent company Canon Inc. (NYSE:CAJ) is a top patent holder of technology, ranking second overall in the U.S. in 2005, with global revenues of $31.8 billion.

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