The St Andrews Prize for the Environment is an annual awards led by the University of St Andrews.
The St Andrews Prize provides a unique opportunity to those who are driving innovative solutions to tackle the climate emergency.Dr Hayaatun Sillem, Chair of the St Andrews Prize for the Environment Trustees
Scotland’s oldest university launched the prestigious international prize in 1998, to recognise international environmental projects making an impact in areas including community development, conservation, biodiversity and sustainability.
Applications this year will be welcome from ‘individuals, multi-disciplinary teams, or community groups from around the world’.
“Entries to the Prize are particularly welcome from projects that are global, local, or scalable,” a University of St Andrews press release stated.
The Prize winner will receive US$100,000 and two runners-up will each receive US$25,000.
The closing date for entries is 6 April. To enter, go to the St Andrews Prize for the Environment website.
Check out the latest calls on our awards and funding page.