Students’ Eco-Innovation Award
12 Mar 2008
Students across the country are invited to enter their environmentally friendly designs for an Eco-Innovation Award.
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Students across the country are invited to enter their environmentally friendly designs for an Eco-Innovation Award. The three short listed designs will have their own exhibition space at London Aware 08 on 10th-11th May.
This brand new award, which is hosted in association with People & Planet, aims to highlight and support new talent in the field of eco-innovation. It also hopes to encourage young people’s enthusiasm for a greener lifestyle, while unearthing the UK’s future designers and engineers.
Entries will be judged by an expert panel including IKEA’s Charlie Browne, Martin Charter from the Centre for Sustainable Design and Rob Holdway from Channel 4’s Dumped. The winners will receive their award from Trevor Baylis OBE, the designer of the Wind up Radio. The deadline for submissions is April 15th.
Contact: UK Aware Limited
Tel: +44 (0)20 7278 4843
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