Why Green Media Awards?
The motivation is to promote and sustain media coverage on the environment in Malawi and accelerate the agenda for sustainable utilization of Malawi’s natural resources.

All journalists practising in Malawi are eligible to apply, however, AEJ members will have an added advantage. Each Journalist is eligible to submit a minimum of two stories per category for a maximum of three categories.

The jury will entertain materials in English and Chichewa only.

Agriculture (nutrition, irrigation e.t.c), Best blogger / On-line journalists, Climate Change, Disaster Risk Reduction, Energy, Forestry, Green Media House of the year, Mining, The Green Documentary, The Green Investigative/Accountability award, The Green Photojournalist of the year, Waste Management and Pollution, Water and Sanitation, Wildlife,  

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SEED Policy brief - Eco Inclusive Enterprises

Over 2019, SEED in collaboration with local partners conducted policy discussions to share experiences and create policy solutions that can facilitate the growth of eco-inclusive enterprises in Malawi. The meeting was part of the SEED Practitioner Labs for Policy Prototyping programme which seek to facilitate collaboration between policy-makers, financial institutions, sector experts and eco-inclusive enterprises to develop policy prototype policy instruments that promote and improve the success of eco-inclusive entrepreneurship. One of the key outcomes of the meeting is a policy brief highlighting interesting insights, propositions and major policy gaps which if realigned can put Malawi on a positive trajectory in the attainment of key Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) using the existing development blueprints such as the Malawi Growth and Development Strategy III.

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