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Премия Тайлера за достижения в области охраны окружающей среды

 

The John and Alice Tyler Prize for Environmental Achievement is now open for scientific work on the environment, energy, and health, resulting in important benefits for humanity.

The Prize is endowed by gifts from the John and Alice Tyler Charitable Trusts, and awardees are chosen annually by the Executive Committee. The University of Southern California is the administrator of the Tyler Prize.

The goal was to create an international award that would recognize those working to preserve and enhance our world, and inspire others to understand the importance of the environment.

Objectives

The outstanding fundamental objective of the Tyler Prize for Environmental Achievement is to recognize contributions to:

       Protection, maintenance, improvement, or understanding of an ecological or an environmental condition;

       Discovery, development, or improvement of sustainable sources of energy; and

       Understanding of, or improvements to, planetary health.

Award Information

The Annual Award is $250,000.

Eligibility Criteria

       Individuals and public or private institutions are eligible for consideration.

       Nominations from all parts of the world are welcomed and encouraged.

The work of the nominee(s) is expected to:

       Be based on strong science, including natural and, or social sciences;

       Address global inequalities;

       Demonstrate measurable and scalable impact(s) on policy and/or practice;

       Demonstrate engagement with the younger generation.

Deadline: 12-Aug-22

For more information, visit https://tylerprize.org/nominate/nomination-procedure/