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LET YOUR VOICE BE HEARD! It’s time to prepare and submit articles for the next RFT newsletter, Renewable News, 2202 Edition. Increasing recycling results is essential to building a more sustainable environment. RFT members can learn about each-others best recycling practices and innovations through articles in Renewable News.
Our goal is to keep our correspondence and sharing of information interactive and fresh. In doing so, our next issue will have an updated format. Articles will be featured directly in the newsletter email, with images and links to full stories. Submit your article today for review!
Deadline for submitting articles: Friday, May 27th
Anticipated publication date: June 2022
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Important: Submit your prompt or article in a “Microsoft Word” document format and images separately (not embedded into your document) by the deadline date of Friday, September 15th.
For general questions email Heather Armstrong at: Contact Us.
- Prompts may be summary shares on a particular industry topic, may be less than 300 words, and provide a link to an online resource or share that the prompts is referencing.
- Articles must be submitted in a Microsoft Word document and should be on a particular industry topic and 600 words or less in length (except for an occasional special feature). Keep your article brief and to the point, since readership time and attention is limited. Be brief, and you’ll have a better chance of holding the reader’s attention. If your article is too long, the editor may cut portions.
- Consider your audience. Would RFT members really be interested in this? Make sure your jargon is not so technical that it will baffle your readers. Articles that read like an ad or promotion for your company won’t make it into print.
- Include the author’s name, affiliation (who they work for), and contact information.
- Avoid editorializing (expressing your opinions as facts). Just stick to the facts of the story.
- Run spell check and word count on your article before sending it. Renewable News prefers articles that need little to no proofing. Articles not meeting the criteria will be sent back to the author for revision.
- Don’t have time to write an article, or don’t think of yourself as a great writer?
- Just submit a list of facts – who, what, where, when, how, & why – about your subject, and the newsletter editor will develop a story for you. If you’re writing the article, be sure to include answers to those same questions.