Today is the last chance to have your say on Britain’s most ethical companies and individuals for 2015 and win prizes.
The Observer Ethical Awards wants to celebrate those fighting for environmental and social justice in the UK and elsewhere. Categories include campaigner of the year – with Naomi Klein, Leonardo DiCaprio and Emma Watson among others – Green Briton of the year and ethical product of the decade.
Voters would be entered into a prize draw and could win two tickets to Glastonbury Festival, a break from Sawday’s Canopy & Stars or two tickets to a ‘A Life in Pictures’ BAFTA event.
While voters can have their say on these categories, a group of judges – which includes primatologist Jane Goodall, Ecotricity’s Dale Vince and Forum for the Future’s Sally Uren – will vote on others.
The community energy project award, the sustainable style award, the ethical wildlife award and Ecover young green champions are the other awards that will be assigned.
This year, the Observer Ethical Awards celebrates its tenth anniversary. It was launched in 2005 by Lucy Siegel, columnist at the Guardian and Observer as a way to rewards those working for the community and the environment.
Among last year’s winners were guitarist Brian May, ethical retailer Lush, Greenpeace activist Peter Wilcox, vegbox company Riverford and experiential tour operator Myths and Mountains.
To vote for the Observer Ethical Awards click here.
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