The Rachel Carson Prize:

These are the award winners

Since 1991 the Rachel Carson Prize has been awarded every two years.

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AWARD WINNER 2015:

Mozhgan Savabieasfahani

Dr. Mozhgan Savabieasfahani has been awarded the Rachel Carson prize for 2015 for her intensive work to improve public awareness on the devastating effects of war on the environment and on public health. Read more >

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AWARD WINNER 2013:

Sam Fanshawe

Sam Fanshawe is awarded the Rachel Carson Prize 2013 for her longterm commitment to protect marine resources, and for her leadership of the MCS. 
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AWARD WINNER 2011:

Marilyn Mehlmann

Marilyn Mehlmann is awarded the Rachel Carson Prize 2011 for her longterm efforts to involve individuals, companies and NGOs in acting sustainably.Read more >

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AWARD WINNER 2009:

Marie-Monique Robin

Marie-Monique Robin is awarded the Rachel Carson Prize 2009 for contributing to focus on one of the most important environmental threats of our time: how genetically altered seed grains threaten the balance of nature.Read more >

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AWARD WINNER 2007:

Sheila Watt-Cloutier

Sheila Watt-Cloutier, born 1953, was awarded the Rachel Carson Prize 2007 for her contribution to show the world how climatic changes and environmental poisons affect human individuals and cultures in polar areas.Read more >

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Malin Falkenmark

 

AWARD WINNER 2005:

Malin Falkenmark

Professor Malin Falkenmark at Stockholm International Water Institute was awarded the Rachel Carson Prize 2005 for her long standing research for an ecologically defensible use of the resources of the earth, focusing at the same time on sufficient water supply for people all over the world. Her work has always implied a natural as well as sociological scientific approach.Read more >

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Åshild

 

AWARD WINNER 2003:

Åshild Dale

Åshild Dale, born in 1944, was awarded the Rachel Carson Prize 2003 for her long standing contributions to nature and the environment in the broader sense, both locally, regionally, nationally and internationally. Her most important achievements have been the realization of vital aspects in the field of nature- and culture conservation, where especially children and young people have been at center stage.Read more >

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Renate

 

AWARD WINNER 2001:

Renate Künast

Renate Künast received the prize for her great courage and hard work for a change of agricultural policy in her own country and within the European Union. She is a strong advocate of organic farming, which avoids pesticides, drugs and other manmade chemicals and feeds.Read more >

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AWARD WINNER 1999:

Theo Colborn

Theo Colborn received the prize for her long standing work in the field of environmental toxicology to promote awareness and knowledge for the implications of toxic chemicals. Dr. Colborn 's work has triggered world-wide public concern about endocrine disruptors, and has prompted enactment of new laws by governments and redirection of research by governments, the private sector and academics.Read more >

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Berit

 

AWARD WINNER 1997:

Berit Ås

Berit Ås was awarded the Rachel Carson Prize for her life long pioneering work for justice and quality of life for the weakest in our society, physically, mentally, economically and environmentally.Read more >

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AWARD WINNER 1995:

Anne Grieg

Anne Grieg was awarded the Rachel Carson Prize for her literary research and educational work on the consequences of pollution from radioactive substances, with particular reference to affected areas around the world.Read more >

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Berglijot

 

AWARD WINNER 1993:

Bergljot Børresen

Bergljot Børresen received the Rachel Carson Prize for many decades of perseverant work to promote environmental awareness for the implications of nuclear and chemical pollution, through books, articles and the mass media - a work permeated by insight, wit and love for the ecological wholeness of which we are a part.Read more >

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Sidsel

 

AWARD WINNER 1991:

Sidsel Mørck

Sidsel Mørck received the Rachel Carson Prize for her long standing courageous and tireless environmental struggle , particularly directed at industrial pollution.Read more >