Calling all ethical pioneers
We’ve been big supporters of the Observer Ethical Awards for a while now. Designed to recognise and reward the green pioneers and ethical innovators of the world, each year brings a raft of even more brilliant ideas and inventions from nominees.
Daily are particularly proud to sponsor the Kids category; we believe it’s important to encourage an understanding of ethical issues in the next generation of bright young things. After all, if they’re coming up with such groundbreaking ideas now, we can only imagine what they’ll be capable of in future.
Previous winners of the Kids category have given us the BOB (Bat Or Bird) Box, secret wildlife gardens and plastic recycling projects – all from the creative minds of the under 16s. And the time has come to nominate for the next round of awards.
Nominate a great, green idea
If you’ve had an ethical business idea, come up with an innovative invention or embarked on a project that’s had a positive impact on your local community, or if you know a young person who has, this is your chance to shout about it. Nominate yourself (or someone else) in the Observer Ethical Awards 2018 Kids category and, if you’re a winner, you could get £2,000 a year over three years to develop your project, courtesy of Daily.
Find out more about the Observer Ethical Awards 2018.
This year’s winners have just been announced: