Journalists covering food sustainability stories are being urged to enter an awards platform that recognises impactful contributions in this area.
The Food Sustainability Media Award is run by the Thomson Reuters Foundation and Barilla Center for Food & Nutrition. There are two categories, written journalism and multimedia, both open for applications, with €10,000 going to the best published work in each. There are also prizes for unpublished work.
“The Food Sustainability Media Award aims to recognise the work of professional journalists and emerging talent from all over the world for excellence in reporting and communicating issues related to food security, sustainability, agriculture and nutrition,” the awards’ website states.
Entries must be submitted by midnight (GMT) on 31 May.