The prestigious Awards ceremony for the AIPH World Green City Awards 2024 will take the form of a dedicated gala dinner, set to be hosted on 25th September 2024 at the Royal Jaarbeurs in the heart of the City of Utrecht, Netherlands. The momentous occasion forms an integrated part of the official program of the first Future Green City World Congress, which is set to be held from 23rd – 26th September 2024 with over 3000 experts from around the world expected to attend and share their passion and knowledge for shaping greener cities of the future.
The 2024 edition of the AIPH World Green City Awards is offered in seven categories, with three finalists in each category from which one category winner is selected, and with one Grand Winner chosen from the seven category winners. A special Youth Jury will also select from the finalists one winner to receive the Youth Award. Following the 15th September deadline for submission of entries, the two-stage judging process is currently underway. The list of 21 finalists will be announced in March 2024.
New to the 2024 edition of the AIPH World Green City Awards is the AIPH Youth Award. In partnership with the Global Youth Biodiversity Network (GYBN), the AIPH Youth Award will be decided by a dedicated Youth Jury who will select from the 21 Finalists in the AIPH World Green City Awards 2024 a shortlist of 3 entries and the AIPH Youth Award winner: the top entry most likely to inspire the youth and fulfil their needs for a secure, healthy future.
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Awards are offered in 7 categories, with 3 finalists and a category winner being selected in each category, and with 1 Grand Winner selected from the 7 category winners. More details.
Award entries will be assessed on the basis of six evaluation criteria.
Cities submitting an entry will be provided with detailed documents that describe the evaluation process. More details.
For your convenience, AIPH has prepared a step-by-step guide for entering the Awards. You can find it here.
Cities register a profile on the entry submission portal and complete the online entry form, in English, which consists of a series of questions in line with the judging criteria and may be complemented by supporting evidence such as images, videos, publications (e.g. copy of a report), letters of support (e.g. from partners). More details.
For your convenience, a list of Frequently Asked Questions is available. Frequently asked questions.
Please find the Rules and Procedures document here.
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