We aim to provide an easy and efficient process to enter your
project into the
St Andrews Prize for the Environment.
Submissions are requested in two stages.
First Submission Round
The 2014 prize opens on 1 August. If you would like to enter, please submit a single page project summary of no more than 500 words by 31 October 2013.
The submission should be in English and clearly written
for a general (rather than technical) audience.
Enclose, on a separate sheet of paper,
a signed cover letter or an email with:
Your name, phone number, contact address, email, brief
biographical information and details of where you saw
the advertisement or found out about the prize.
A statement to the effect that your entry does not contain
unacknowledged material, is original work, is the property
of the author, and has not been published elsewhere without
this being noted.
Please note that your name and address should only appear
on this additional sheet and should not appear
on the actual submission.
In the case of a team submission, only supply the contact
name and details of one member of the
Submissions should be sent to the St Andrews mailing
address (see Contact Us) or by email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Successful applicants will be contacted to enter the
second submission round.
Unsuccessful applicants will also be notified.
Second submission round
Second submissions should be no more than 2,000 words,
typewritten in English on normal-size business paper.
One or two diagrams or pictures may be used as supporting
Second submissions should include a separate
sheet with contact details and assurances
about the originality of the work. Please note that
your name and address should not appear on the actual
Second submissions should be sent to the St Andrews
mailing address (see Contact Us) or by email to email@example.com.
Entries will be judged and finalists shortlisted.
Finalists will be required to present their submission
and participate in debate at a seminar in St Andrews.
Finalists will be requested to provide images and footage
of the project for publicity purposes.
Following the seminar, the winner will be required to
participate in a short promotional roadshow for the Prize.
Where a team rather than an individual is chosen to
be a finalist, one representative will
be invited to take part in the seminar.
It will be a condition of entry that submissions for
the St Andrews Prize are freely available to the organisers
for publication in newspapers and journals internationally
and for any other publicity activity required by the