The Consortium for Wildlife Bycatch Reduction has won the 2013 Katerva Ecosystem Conservation Award!
The Katerva award is hailed as “the Nobel Prize of Sustainability.” The Katerva Award, now in its third year, draws upon a network of experts from science, business, academia, finance, and government to
identify innovative projects in ten different categories that have the “greatest potential for both impact and scale” and have the potential to be applied in other locations and situations.
“Katerva is not just interested in 'good' ideas; the ideas we are after will create big changes in how we live on this planet,” says Katerva's founder, innovation expert Terry Waghorn. Founded in 2010,
“Katerva's approach places emphasis squarely on action for a sustainable future—creating and implementing solutions to sustainability-related concerns,” he says.
The finalists in the Ecosystem Conservation category included Conservation Evidence, Marineexplore, Mongabay, and Rare. The overall Katerva Award Winner will be announced the first week of April.
The public is invited to vote for the People’s Choice Award from March 7th through the 28th on the Katerva website, www.katerva.net.