The Earthshot Prize: Share your solutions to the planet’s biggest environmental problems
The Earthshot Prize is the most prestigious global environment prize in history, aiming to find new solutions to the world’s biggest environmental problems.
The search for the first winners of The Earthshot Prize has now begun, and FFCC is proud to have been invited to be a Nominator for the Prize.
To propose a solution, please first read the following:
This FFCC news story about our nomination process:
These FFCC FAQs about our Earthshot Prize nomination process:
More about the Prize, our role as an Official Nominator, and the 5-stage process to selecting winners:
If you are proposing the same solution to two Earthshots, you will need to complete the form twice.
Please note that we are unable to nominate suggestions that are just at the ideas stage; the Earthshot organisers have been very clear that they are only going to shortlist ideas that already have a proof of concept – i.e. are live projects that are proven to be workable and that can be scaled up for impact.
Submitted Nominations and Nomination Forms are confidential so FFCC will not talk publicly about our nominations. We will however contact the people/ organisations who we choose to nominate directly to ensure they are happy for us to nominate them before putting them forward.
Which Earthshot are you applying for?
Protect and restore nature
Fix our climate
Your first name
Your last name
Your email address
We'll use your email address to contact you if we have any questions about your submission
Please summarise your solution
Can you summarise the solution and how it addresses the Earthshots you are applying for?
What has been achieved in the last 3 years?
What positive impact is the solution having – on humans as well as the Earthshot in question?
What is the potential for this solution to lead to global impact, and what would winning The Earthshot Prize enable for this solution?
Please provide links to evidence that supports your application
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