We are honoured by this recognition and are excited to work with Prince William and The Earthshot Prize Council to nominate turnkey solutions for our net zero future. This comes at a critical turning point in humanity in action against climate change. Like The Green Link, “The Earthshot Prize recognizes the interconnectivity between environmental challenges and the urgent need to tackle them together.”
2020 is a particularly important year. In 10 years time, we will have transformed our economies, lifestyles, and business models to work symbiotically with our natural systems. At The Green Link, we have done the research which shows that we have the technology we need. It’s time to take action.
“As well as identifying evidence-based solutions to the biggest environmental problems the planet faces, The Earthshot Prize aims to turn the current pessimism surrounding environmental issues into optimism that we can rise to the biggest challenges of our time.”
The Earthshot Prize offers a set of challenges rooted in science. Derived of “Moonshot”, a term first used by John F. Kennedy which spurred the MRI scanner and satellite dishes, Earthshot aims to create a wave of ambition and innovation around finding ways to help save the planet.
“The prizes will reward progress across all sectors of industry and society, not just technology and could be awarded to individuals, teams or collaborations – scientists, activists, economists, leaders, governments, banks, businesses, cities, and countries – anyone who is making a substantial development or outstanding contribution to solving our environmental challenges.”
If you’re interested in being nominated for The Earthshot Prize, contact us to set up a time. We’re excited to embark on this challenge together.
More on The Earthshot Prize
To be able to provide at least 50 solutions to the world’s greatest problems by 2030.
The 5 Earthshots:
– Protect and restore nature
– Clean our air
– Revive our oceans
– Build a waste-free world
– Fix our climate
Five, £1,000,000 prizes will be awarded each year for the next 10 years, providing at least 50 solutions to the world’s greatest environmental problems by 2030
Nominations to open on 1st November 2020 with an annual global awards ceremony to be held in a different city each year, starting with London in autumn 2021
Five Earthshots – universal goals to repair our planet by 2030 – are announced and brought to life in new series of short films
An annual awards ceremony will take place in different cities across the world each year between 2021 and 2030.
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