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ISO Exhibits Children’s Environmental Drawing Contest

Published: Monday, March 1, 2004 - 23:00

The International Organization for Standardization revealed its Fourth International Environmental Children’s Drawing Contest Feb. 3 at the United Nations Office in Geneva.

"The operating principle of ISO 14001 has been adopted in simplified form from the ISO-supported ’Kids’ ISO 1400 Programme,’ which we publicize to encourage children around the world to develop and express their environmental awareness," says ISO Secretary-General Alan Bryden.

The fourth edition of the drawing contest attracted nearly 12,500 entries from 60 countries by children aged 7 through 15. This year’s exhibition of the 100 winning entries was shown in Geneva.

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