Lush awards Spring Prize 2021 for global regeneration work
Beauty brand Lush has announced the 20 winners of its Lush Spring Prize 2021, celebrating environmental and social regeneration work all over the world.
The 2021 Lush Spring Prize received over 400 applications, which were shortlisted in June and July this year.
The prizes were awarded across six categories: Intentional, Young, Established and Influence Awards, a Youth In Permaculture Prize and an Ancient and Indigenous Wisdom Award. The prizes will invest in over £220,000 in regenerative work.
Those receiving the prize work in a diverse range of fields including landscape restoration, food and farming, climate change mitigation and adaptation, Indigenous rights, and empowering women and other marginalised groups.
The winner's include Education for Climate Action for Peace (Malaysia), SCOPE Kenya and Landworkers’ Alliance (UK).
Launched in 2017, the Lush Spring Prize celebrates groups working toward eco-social regeneration. In a joint venture between Lush Cosmetics and Ethical Consumer, the prize has distributed more than £820,000 across the four years.
The event is designed to provide awarded projects’ members with the opportunity to share their stories, expertise and ideas in an inclusive and collaborative environment.