KATERVA AWARDS Innovation for sustainable development

Jay Owen Green Prosperity, SRI/ESG News, Global Citizen

Ethical Markets congratulates Bioneedle  and Safe World Women  on winning these global  KATERVA AWARDS” ,  Editor.

Hi Felix and All :  I’m honored to  be a part of the judging process for KATERVA AWARDS !

Warm wishes ,

Hazel Henderson

KATERVA AWARDS Innovation for sustainable development

If the Nobel Society had an award for sustainability, it would resemble the Katerva Awards, a new international prize for the most promising ideas and efforts to advance the planet toward sustainability.” ?Reuters

Like the winners of the Nobel Prize, the organizations, enterprises or individuals recognized by Katerva are set on a trajectory for immediate global impact. From clean energy production and bio-waste reduction, to disease eradication and community housing, Katerva Award Winners are already building a sustainable future for us all. Today.

Tuesday 2nd of July

Room at the United Nations: Room XVII

Facilitated by Felix Dodds Katerva

Awards presentation by: President of ECOSOC: H.E. Ambassador Néstor Osorio (Colombia)

Katerva Grand Award winner:  Bioneedle:  Gijsbert van de Wijdeven, DVM, MSc. Co-founder and Chief Scientific Officer

Katerva Peoples Choice and Gender Equality winner: Safe World for Women Chris Crowstaff? Trustee and Founder

Inaugurated in 2011, Katerva Awards exemplify the scale of Katerva’s network and the strength we have in coordinating its energy. Through our platform, experts the world over identify the most promising projects on the planet in 10 categories: Behavioral Change, Economy, Energy & Power, Food Security, Gender Equality, Human Development, Materials & Resources, Protected Areas, Transportation and Urban Design. More than 400 specialists in specific subjects areas carry out the rigorous 10-month-long adjudication process to evaluate the practical, strategic, scientific, social, and commercial value of the endeavors. The implications the projects have for policy are also closely considered.