Goldman Environmental Prize 2017
The Goldman Environmental Prize was established in 1990 to honour grassroots environmentalists for taking risk to protect their lives and the environment. The award is given to six persons from six continents, namely; Africa, Asia, Europe, Islands and Island Nations, North America, and South & Central America. The prize is given by Goldman Environmental Foundation having its headquarters in San Francisco. The prize is also called as the Green Nobel/ Nobel Prize in Environment.
The Goldman environmental prize honours the achievements of grassroots activists from six continents. The prize is given to the sustained efforts of the activists to protect natural habitats at their personal risk. The following are the winners of the prize for 2017:
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