The Unilever Sustainable Living Young Entrepreneurs Awards, developed in partnership with the Cambridge Programme for Sustainability Leadership, were looking for innovative yet practical, tangible solutions created by young people that help make sustainable living commonplace.
Young entrepreneurs (aged 30 or under) were invited to submit groundbreaking initiatives that tackle the challenge of sustainable living.
A total of €200,000 in financial support and tailored mentoring were awarded to the seven most impressive entries.
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Winner is Announced
- LaunchSeptember 2, 2013
- Entry DeadlineNovember 1, 2013
- Finalists are AnnouncedNovember 26, 2013
- Winner is AnnouncedJanuary 30, 2014
|Azadi : Redefining Freedom for Women||Dhirendra Prata...||Lucknow , India|
|Empowering Out of School Girls through Passion Fruit||Rebecca Kaduru||Fort Portal, Uganda|
|Wecyclers: incentive based recycling in low-income communities||Bilikiss Adebiy...||Nigeria|
|The Plastic Bank||Shaun Frankson||Peru|
|Waste Not Wood: Liberia||Anisha Gupta||Gbarnga, Liberia|
|New fashion life for plastic bags||ADF global||Berkane, Morocco|
|MyRain||Steele Lorenz||Madurai, India|
|Eccolizer||MD SHAHIDUL ISLAM||Rajshahi, Bangladesh|
|Chureca Chic; Recycling to Empower Women||Andrea Paltzer||Managua, Nicaragua|
|Sanergy: Building Sustainable Sanitation in Urban Slums||Taylor Ray||Kenya|
|Good Glass||Angela Inglish||Kampala, Uganda|
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