The Observer Launches the 2007 Ethical Awards


We're pleased to tell you that The Observer is kicking off the start of 2007 with the launch of it second annual Ethical Awards. We're looking forward to seeing the nominations for this year's awards after the success of last year that resulted in wins for TreeHugger favourites Architecture For Humanity, The Natural Collection and Make Poverty History. As you will have read, in many of the TH writers' recent 2007 posts, last year saw unprecented mainstream exposure for the environmental and ethical movements and we predict that this will only continue to grow in 2007. The Observer correspondent Lucy Siegle concurs when she writes: 'In the past year, the ethical movement has crossed into the mainstream and become a central issue for everyone from politicians to retailers. Now, as we launch our second annual awards, celebrity campaigners, environmental experts and you, the reader, can nominate those who have done the most to protect the planet.' The Ethical Awards are open to residents of the UK. Click here to see the catagories in which you can nominate your UK favourites! ::The Observer Magazine