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Champions of the Earth

The United Nations Environment Programme established Champions of the Earth in 2004 as an annual awards programme to recognize outstanding environmental leaders at a policy level. Six awards are given out each year to a Laureate representing different geographical regions with one additional special prize.

The Champions of the Earth are invited to accept their award at an international ceremony, which publicizes and encourages the worldwide replication of the achievements of the Champions. This special event was held in Singapore in 2006 and 2007.

This awards programme is a successor to UNEP's Global 500 Roll of Honour.

Contents

  • Awardees 1
    • September, 2015 1.1
    • 2014 1.2
    • 2012 1.3
    • 2011 1.4
    • 2010 1.5
    • 2009 1.6
    • 2008 1.7
    • 2007 1.8
    • 2006 1.9
    • 2005 1.10
  • See also 2
  • References 3
  • External links 4

Awardees

September, 2015

2014

2012

2011

2010

Special Award

2009

2008

Special Prize
  • Helen Clark, New Zealand - For her environmental strategies and her three initiatives - the emissions trading scheme, the energy strategy and the energy efficiency and conservation strategy.

2007

Special Prize

2006

2005

See also

References

  1. ^ "Paul Polman | UNEP.org". Web.unep.org. Retrieved 2015-10-26. 

External links

  • Champions of the Earth, United Nations Environment Programme
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