PCAI on the Earthshot Prize panel discussions

by the British Embassy

PCAI, represented by Mr Athanasios Polychronopoulos, Polygreen CEO and PCAI founder and director, and Ms Kika Kyriakakou, PCAI artistic director, was invited on Jan 20th in the British Ambassador’s Residence at an event focusing on the Earthshot Prize as a driver of change. PCAI as an official Earthshot Prize nominator and an advocate for the Earthshot vision took part in the panel discussions on promoting climate leadership in and through Greece.

Τhe panel discussions, hosted at the British Ambassador’s Residence in Athens, brought together the nominators from Greece and their local and international nominees to reflect on their participation in the Earthshot Prize journey and share their aspirations and concrete vision for a more sustainable future through cutting-edge environmental solutions. The event further sought to foster partnerships in and through Greece with funders, businesses and individuals to maximise impact and take solutions to scale, to celebrate the people and places driving change and to inspire more persons and entities to work together to repair the planet.

On the occasion of the event the definitive book of The Earthshot Prize ‘EARTHSHOT: HOW TO SAVE OUR PLANETwas presented by Psichogios Publications.The book is co-authored by Colin Butfield, former executive director at the international conservation charity WWF, and multi-award-winning producer/director Jonnie Hughes and will feature an exclusive introduction from Earthshot Prize founder and Prize Council Member, Prince William. The book was published alongside the landmark 5-part television series, which has also been created by Colin Butfield and Jonnie Hughes at Silverback Films; the creative heads behind the phenomenally successful documentary ‘David Attenborough: A Life on Our Planet’ and long-time advisors to The Earthshot Prize. The two co-authors have unparalleled access to the people, science and imagery behind the project.

 


Activity aligned with Goals 6, 7, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15