Energy Globe Award 2007 - World Award for Sustainability

The ENERGY GLOBE is awarded to projects from all over the world which make careful and economical use of resources and employ alternative energy sources.

Category Award
Type International Environmental Award
Genre Sustainability
Country Austria
RegDeadline 31 July 2007 GoogleCal iCal
31 July 2007
Eligibility All

It is our duty and responsibility to make sure that in the future our young people find an environment that is worthy to live. This was the driving force that made Mr. Wolfgang Neumann 7 years ago start the “World Award for Sustainability”, today’s most prestigious and acknowledged environmental award. The ENERGY GLOBE aims at informing the international public about as many sustainable projects as possible, which are reproducible.Every year, about 700 projects from all over the world are submitted in the ENERGY GLOBE Award competition.

Maneka Gandhi (Chairwoman of the international jury)
Maneka Gandhi (environmental and animal protection activist)
Wazha Tema (Chairman for Southern Africa of the Commission on Education and Communication of IUCN)
Don Baker (President of CSEG)
Corin Millais (Chief Executive, The Climate Institute)
Arthouros Zervos (European Renewable Energy Council/EREC, President)

Competition Type

Winners in each category :10.000 Euro
Winners are also presented a 17 kg bronze statue and a certificate.The winning projects are presented at a tv gala, which is broadcast by international TV stations reaching 2.5 billion households.

Entry Fee

The duly completed applicaton form, a general project description summarizing the purpose, objectives and accomplishments of the program/project including a time schedule of the project implementation - max. 2 pages.

July 31, 2007: the deadline for project submissions by mail, email or fax. When project documentations are sent by mail, the deadline applies to the post-stamp.

Past winners

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