Each year, the Goldman Environmental Prize is awarded to a small group of filmmakers whose films impact and drive change in the eco-industry.
This prize is equivalent to winning a Nobel Peace Prize for filmmakers, and includes $150,000 in prize money.
The prize was created by Richard N. Goldman and his wife, Rhoda H. Goldman. Both dedicated their lives to the cause of environmental awareness, and decided that they could offer a means of rewarding those in the field of ecological comprehension.
The six winners of this years Prize directed films that targeted fracking, created public awareness campaigns against incinerators, advocated for recycling, and more. Their short films are inspirational, and deserving of a view and a share.
You can see the films by checking out the link below.
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