It is important that we keep in mind those who have most affected the environment by words or action. Each year, this site takes a poll to find those most deserving to be in the Environmental Hall of Fame and the Environmental Hall of Shame. Please send your nominations for each category by e-mail through the “Contact the Author” link or put it in the comment section . If you would, please include a short reason that your nominee should be chosen and suggest a suitable gift if they win.
Nominations will be taken until January 31st, 2016. The nominees will then be listed and this site will conduct a poll to determine the winner in each category. You may suggest a suitable prize for your nominee. Please be imaginative, as particularly thoughtful or humorous nominations will be recognized and published on this site
Past years winners and their awards were:
Hall of Fame Winners – Award
2014 Pope Francis – for his Protect Creation efforts. – A strong agreement from the Paris climate conference.
2013 Bill McKibben, founder of 350.org – Many new members so subscribe to his weekly newsletter .
2012 President Barack Obama – A little coöperation from Congress, so please write your Representatives.
2011 James Hansen – A massive presence at the 2012 Citizen’s Climate Lobby
2010 RealClimate.org – A recommendation from this site. ( Priceless)
2009 Benno Hansen, ThinkAboutIt Blogger – A Subscription to Science News.
Hall of Shame
2013 The Koch Bothers -A boycott of their products: less money, less lobbying.
2012 Donors Trust and Donors Capital Fund – An IRS investigation of their of their tax-exempt status.
2011 Halliburton (Cheney) – A big glass of water from a well next to a hydrofracking operation.
2010 Koch Brothers – A petition to the Wizard of Oz for the grant of a social conscience.
2009 SpaceGuy, Newsvine Blogger – The movie Wall-E, representing his view of the future of Earth.
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