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Friends of the Goldman Prize – we need YOU!

November 1, 2016

As you know, a large part of our mission at the Prize is to inspire others through celebrating and amplifying the voices of exceptional grassroots environmental activists around the world. Being part of our community and by sharing their stories via our blog and social media, you have been instrumental in bringing these activists to the attention of countless others over our 27-year history.

For your continued support, we thank you!

It is for this reason that we want to make sure you are receiving relevant stories and want to learn how you would like to engage with the Prize, as well as the activists we award. By providing your responses to this four-question survey, you will help us discover the kind of content that most resonates with you, and how we can most effectively amplify the voices of unsung grassroots heroes.

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Please note that this survey is now closed and will no longer be collecting responses.

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