Another new gong on offer, as this press release from Sustainability explains, Itaú, supported by Ethos and SustainAbility, launches award for journalists and academics for stimulating debate on sustainable finance.
In the case of journalism, there are two sub-categories: news stories in newspapers and magazines. In the case of Academia, there are three sub-categories: lato sensu postgraduate work, and papers prepared under the aegis of either a master’s or doctorate degree course. The winner of each sub-category will receive a prize of R$ 10 thousand. The participant entering the most outstanding work for each category will also win a week’s trip to London, involving a study program to be conducted jointly with SustainAbility, in addition to having his/her work examined and commented upon by John Elkington, founder of SustainAbility.The web site for "enrollment" is in Portuguese, so we can't really tell you much about who can enter for these awards.