The Observer's Ethical Awards 2007: May I Have the Envelope Please...

The excitement has been building for several months; finally, the votes are in, and some of TreeHugger's faves are honored. In what might be a sign that there is no award Al Gore can't win, the former VP picked up "Campaigner of the Year", while The Natural Collection was voted "Best Online Retailer". A celebrity panel, which included Alastair MacGowan, David James and Emily Eavis selected Carshalton Lavender as "Conservation Project of the Year", and Terra Plana recieved "Ethical Fashion Product of the Year" for their shoes. The winners were presented with their awards at a ceremony at The Hospital members club in central London, hosted by TV presenter Simon Amstell; the recipient were also featured in a special ethical issue of The Observer Magazine yesterday. Check out the site for more details, and stay tuned for more from London Fashion Week, which will include an Ethical Fashion Event featuring some of the nominees and award recipients. ::The Observer's Ethical Awards 2007

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