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
The Prize is open to entries until 23:59 GMT on December 10th, 2017.
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.