This year, the Ashden Awards will raise up climate pioneers transforming the world of work.
Are you creating green jobs and delivering the training, connections and resources needed for thriving, fair and sustainable economies in the UK and low-income countries?
Ashden Award for Integrated Energy Africa
Ashden Award for Outstanding Achievement
Ashden Award for Powering Agriculture
Ashden Award for Powering Refugees and Displaced People
Ashden Award for Energy Innovation
Ashden Award for Future Farmers
Ashden Award for Local Nature Recoverers
Ashden Award for Natural Climate Solutions
Ashden Award for Powering Futures in Clean Energy
Power for All's Utilities 2.0 pilot has pioneered a new approach in the Ugandan village of Kiwumu.
Amarakaeri reserve in southern Peru are working with officials to secure their future. Their survival creates protection for the rainforests they call home.
The ambitious Sunshot Initative, a brainchild of Husk Power Systems (Husk), aims to benefit 7.7million people across the continent within five years.
Collectives for Integrated Livelihood Initiatives (CInI) is a non-profit, supporting women to raise their incomes – and become leaders in their communities.
tepeo’s Zero Emission Boiler (ZEB®) is a smart, efficient alternative to a traditional gas, oil, LPG, or electric boiler.
Locally made cooking stoves from USAFI Green Energy protect people’s health and create jobs
Action to make UK homes warm and energy efficient will cut emissions, fight fuel poverty and create green jobs.
FarmED is a not-for-profit organisation based at Honeydale Farm in the Cotswolds. It educates members of the local community, farmers, policy makers, students and researchers on the benefits of climate and nature-friendly farming
Care for Social Welfare International works with people displaced from disputed lands, who are now living in Nigeria’s Cross River State.
Liverpool City Council has brought nature to urban neighbourhoods to help tackle the threat posed by extreme weather, a danger made worse by climate change.
In Zimbabwe, a fleet of Hambas – electric tricycles designed for women – are helping farmers to get their business moving.
ACRA supports marginalised women in rural Senegal to launch solar-powered businesses, with training and access to products and finance
Working with local residents, this collaboration has restored rivers and created new ponds, woods and wetlands to build climate resilience in north London
CERAF-NORD supports communities around Benue National Park, and in the north of Cameroon, to restore degraded land through agroforestry
The Bura Solutions Academy is powering up careers in Nigeria’s solar sector
Managing land sustainably is vital to creating a healthy farming sector in the UK
Clean energy installation and training for young people in off-grid, rural areas
Transitioning the film and TV industry to a greener future through an innovative, circular approach
Sustainable cold storage for farmers and better access to markets improving lives and livelihoods
Refurbishing wind turbine parts, cutting waste and creating a rural green economy
An ambitious green skills training partnership helping upgrade homes and reduce bills for a carbon neutral future
Creating clean energy, internet connections and jobs in a refugee camp
Training refugee and migrant women to become solar engineers
Inspiring and educating the agricultural sector for a greener farming future
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