More than seventy exceptional projects and organisations have been short-listed for judging, and the winners will be announced in May.
The main 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.
For 2023 we also have two additional collaborative prizes:
Our panel of judges are from a wide spectrum of movements representing regenerative design, permaculture, food sovereignty, transition, biomimicry and eco-village networks. We have additional judges for the Ancient & Indigenous Wisdom and the Permaculture Magazine awards.
This prize is for individuals, communities, aspiring businesses or newly formed groups and organisations to help establish a strong foundation from which to grow. There are at least 4 Intentional awards, of up to £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 at least 3 Young Projects awards, of up to £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 at least 2 Established Projects awards, of up to £25,000 in prize money.
This prize is for local, national or international organisations and networks that have a core focus on campaigning or lobbying to influence policy, regulation or public opinion in support of regeneration. There are at least 2 Influence awards, of up to £25,000 in prize money.