Big Green Jewish, together with the 1800 votes cast, are supporting innovative approaches in the community to reducing carbon emissions and raising environmental engagement. You can review all the entrants here. The top three projects will be receiving £2000, £1250, and £750 respectively.
If you didn't think of a project this time, but are considering green projects for your community, school, or group of friends, you may find some of the competition guidelines and resources useful:
- The project itself reducing the carbon footprint of a group/organisation.
- The project provides people with skills, tools, and information to reduce their personal carbon footprint, and includes a method for monitoring and measuring this over time.
- The project engages large numbers of people in awareness raising about the environment and sustainability, with the ability to measure behaviour changes over time.