For 2018, the prize categories again cover the ideas stage, through to young and established organisations, and campaigns to influence policy or public opinion towards a more regenerative society
Nominations for 2018 are now closed.
Shortlisting will take place in January 2018, judging in March, and the winners will be announced in May.
Our diverse panel of judges comes from a wide spectrum of movements representing regenerative design, permaculture, food sovereignty, transition, biomimicry and eco-village networks.
In 2017 we received over 450 nominations, and 52 projects and organisations were short-listed. There were 11 winners from 10 different countries.
Intentional Awards (£10,000 each), went to five newly developing projects:
Instituto Compassos (Brazil)
Soft Foot Alliance (Zimbabwe)
Regeneration Project: Granada (Spain)
Established Project Awards (£25,000 each) went to two organisations considered to be beacons of regeneration that have withstood the test of time:
Sustainable Agriculture Tanzania
The Timbaktu Collective (India)
The Influence Award (£25,000) went to La Via Campesina, for their lobbying and campaign work that is trying to influence policy and public opinion in support of small scale agro-ecological farmers around the world.
For individuals, groups or organisations with a great idea or early stage project less than 1 year old. There are 4 Intentional awards, each of £10,000 in prize money.
For groups or organisations who are 1-5 years old and are looking for a boost to expand or develop their work. There are 3 Young Projects awards, each of £20,000 in prize money.
For groups or organisations who are seen as beacons – ones that demonstrate success and are standing the test of time. There are 2 Established Projects awards, each of £25,000 in prize money.
For groups or organisations that are campaigning or lobbying to influence policy, regulation or public opinion in support of regeneration. There are 2 Influence awards, each of £25,000 in prize money.