2020 St Andrews Prize for the Environment ($USD 100,000 Prize) .

2020 St Andrews Prize for the Environment ($USD 100,000 Prize)

The University of St Andrews and independent exploration and production company ConocoPhillips announce the call for entries for the St Andrews Prize for the Environment 2020.

Applications are invited from individuals, multi-disciplinary teams or community groups for this annual prize, which is $100,000 USD for the winner and the runner(s)-up will receive $25,000 USD. The shortlisted entries will be invited for a more substantial submission later in the year.


Anyone wishing to enter the 2020 Prize should complete the online entry form via this website by Friday, 21 June 2019.

Finalists will be asked to attend a seminar at the University of St Andrews in February 2020. Following presentation of their projects in English to the Trustees and invited delegates at the seminar, the winner will be selected and announced.

The primary objective of the Prize is to find innovative solutions to environmental challenges across the world. The solutions should be practical, scalable and able to be replicated in other places, combining good science, economic reality and political acceptability. The Prize offers people from all backgrounds around the world the chance to help transform their environmental ideas into reality and provides a network of connections and support.

For More Information:

Visit the Official Webpage of the 2020 St Andrews Prize for the Environment

Application Deadline: Friday, 21 June 2019.

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