Equator Prize 2015 Call for Nominations

Equator Prize 2015 Call for Nominations

By Kimberly

Our global search for local climate and sustainable development solutions begins now. Eligibility spans 145 countries. Nomination forms are available in 15 languages. Nominate today!  

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Equator Prize 2014 Award Ceremony

Equator Prize 2014 Award Ceremony

On Monday, 22 September the Equator Prize 2014 Award Ceremony was held at Lincoln Center's Avery Fisher Hall in New York as a contribution to the UN Secretary-General's Climate Summit and the World Conference on Indigenous Peoples. The evening was built around the Equator Prize 2014 winners, twenty-six (26) leading indigenous and local communities from across the planet that are managing natural capital and ecosystems in a way that meets the challenges of climate change head-on.

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Three Steps to Nominate for the Equator Prize

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CHECK ELIGIBILITY

Review our eligibility criteria to determine if your initiative, or the initiative you are nominating, is eligible to receive the prize.

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REVIEW SELECTION CRITERIA

Learn more about the types of initiatives we are looking for and review the selection criteria.
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GET STARTED

Begin the online nomination process. The form is available both online and in PDF in 15 languages.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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