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Do you know an innovator with a solution to repair and restore our planet? Nominate their solution for The Earthshot Prize 2024 by 24 November!

The Earthshot Prize is a global environmental initiative which scours the globe for breakthrough solutions that can solve the biggest environmental challenges.

The search for next year's Earthshot Prize winner has begun and, as a Global Alliance member, Herbert Smith Freehills is proud to be able to submit game-changing solutions to Earthshot's expert advisory panel for consideration.

The solution should fit within The Earthshot Prize's priority areas:

For more information about what The Earthshot Prize looks for in its nominees, take a look at the 2023 Roadmap

How The Earthshot Prize works

The Earthshot Prize awards £1 million each to the five winners every year. All 15 winners and finalists will enter The Earthshot Fellowship Programme and receive a year of dedicated support. Finalists and winners are given an incredible platform to amplify their work, as well as tailored support from Herbert Smith Freehills and The Earthshot Prize's network of NGOs, businesses, governments, funders and expert mentors.

How to take part

If you'd like to submit a nomination, please follow the process below.

STAGE 1: Provide key information 
Please complete the key information form below by 24 November.

STAGE 2: Initial review and further information 
We will review solutions and invite successful nominees to complete a full submission, which must be completed by 8 December. 

STAGE 3: Endorsement 
Our Nominations Working Group will review the full submission and submit successful applications directly to The Earthshot Prize.

After we submit our nominations to The Earthshot Prize, they are screened as part of a rigorous assessment process culminating in the selection of five winners by Prince William and the Earthshot Prize Council


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for the Earthshot Prize 2024

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