PRELUDE picks up a fourth award

News Published 30 Apr 2008 Last modified 21 Jun 2016
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PRELUDE, an audio and video animated tool developed by the European Environment Agency, has won a Clarion Award - the fourth award for the project this year.

PRELUDE (PRospective Environmental analysis of Land Use Development in Europe) shows how changing land use, climate change, agriculture and demographics may affect Europe over a period of 30 years. It aims to stimulate and enrich strategic discussions among policymakers and politicians by offering a set of five possible and plausible environmental futures. What will Europe’s society and environment look like in 30 years' time? Can we anticipate some of the problems of tomorrow ?

The Clarion Awards are not-for-profit and recognise best practice in communicating the importance of sustainable development initiatives. The awards were launched in 2003, receiving both cross-party support in the United Kingdom and endorsements from senior business people and communicators.

Although entries were initially limited to corporate media, the Clarion Awards opened their doors to film, television, radio and performing arts in 2005. Presented for exemplary use of video, interactive media, websites and live events, Clarion’s past winners have ranged from BP and Shell to the achievements of BBC4, Hotel Rawanda and Billy Elliot the Musical.

The awards presentation took place on 29 September 2006 at the British Academy of Film and Television Arts (BAFTA).

PRELUDE will have an official launch at the end of the year.

More information on PRELUDE may be found at


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