The third edition of Earth Prize International for environmental education and landscape will be held in Luino-Lake Maggiore (Italy), at the border with Switzerland, on October 10th and 11th.
Streaming of the live video will be available on Facebook.
To attend the whole prize: https://www.facebook.com/WEECEducazioneSostenibile
To attend the international part (at 7.30 pm Italian time) https://www.facebook.com/Earthprize
The categories into which the 2020 Award is divided are: Earth Prize/Italy, Earth Prize/International, EarthPrize/Landscape, Blue Prize, Asvis Award.
The international nominations include: American writer David Quammen (for the book Spillover), Australian professor Philip Smith (creator of the Speaking4theplanet competition), the North American Association for Environmental Education (NAAEE for their Guide about EE and Covid), and Melati and Isabel Wijsen, Indonesian sisters and founders of Bye Bye Plastic Bags, an NGO driven by youth who says NO to plastic bags.
Earth Prize International is promoted by the WEEC Network (World Environmental Education Congress) and the City of Luino. It is supported by the Lombardy Region with the patronage of many associations involved in environmental protection,
The international prize gives recognition to those who have contributed with their ideas, actions or innovations to the transition toward a more sustainable lifestyle, by sharing best practices, producing literary and popular works, appearing on films and television broadcasts, realizing landscape projects, communication campaigns, studies and research that contribute to environmental education along all ages of life. Earth Prize wants to be a multiplier of positive actions for the environment and the quality of life.