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Tune in for #GoldmanLIVE!

March 29, 2016

The 2016 Goldman Environmental Prize Ceremony is fast approaching! This year, in addition to our usual livestream on our YouTube channel and website, we also will be streaming the event direct from our Facebook page from 5:30pm PDT on April 18.

Also new this year, we will be taking you behind the scenes via Periscope before the ceremony, starting at 2:45pm PDT that day.

See below for a detailed schedule of events:


Monday April 18 2016

Behind the Scenes

2:45pm – 3:30pm PDT: Join us as we take you backstage ahead of the ceremony via Periscope and Twitter! During this time, you will hear about what to expect at the ceremony and get to know the 2016 Prize recipients as they get ready to go on stage!

Engaging Young Environmentalists

3:30pm – 4:45pm PDT: To get young people interested in environmental activism, two of the Prize recipients will be sharing their stories with kids from local groups such as the City Arts & Tech High School, Youth United for Community Action and the Alliance for Climate Education. This will be followed by a Q&A with the Prize winners. 

Lights Down, Curtains Up!

5:30pm – 7:00pm PDT: We will be LIVE on Facebook and YouTube. If you are a fan of our page, you will receive a notification on the day of the ceremony inviting you to join the livestream from our Facebook page! If you have not yet ‘liked’ our page, join us!

Don’t miss the environmental awards event of the year and share your thoughts by commenting on the Facebook LIVE stream, ‘Tweeting’ us directly (@goldmanprize), or by using the hashtag #GoldmanPrize.

We hope you can join us!

If you’re not familiar with the Goldman Environmental Prize ceremonies, check out last year’s video when six environmental heroes received their award.

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