The winner of this tournament will be honored as the Singapore Prize champion and will take home a purse of 3,000 Singapore dollars (US$2,158) as well as an official trophy commissioned specifically for them. Additionally, this champion may qualify for standard Tour event-winning benefits including two-plus season exemption on the Tour and key event participation berths. This year’s strong field includes Jordan Spieth, Henrik Stenson, Xander Schauffele Patrick Reed Jason Day Rory McIlroy & Phil Mickelson just to name a few names!
Prince William launched these awards in 2020 to spur climate action solutions and raise funds to support over 50 programs designed to do just that over 10 years. On November 7th there will be an awards show with performances by internationally-acclaimed musicians and artists.
Unlike in previous years, this year’s award finalists were chosen from nominations submitted online by members of the public. Judges then selected 15 nominees based on innovation, impact and feasibility criteria before holding a ceremony at National Museum of Singapore on Nov 10 to announce winners.
Earthshot Week includes events surrounding Earthshot Awards Show and Accion Andina in Peru that aim to protect high Andean forest ecosystems that benefit nature and people living nearby. Workshops and local activations allow public engagement with these finalists; one example being Accion Andina which strives to protect native high Andean forest ecosystems that benefit nature as well as people in its region.
Other finalists included the Singapore Pavilion at Expo 2020 Dubai, Henning Larsen’s CapitaSpring development in Singapore’s Central Business District and Tan Kay Ngee’s work that made architecture more meaningful, accessible, and transformative.
Each winning project will receive up to $1 Million as grant funding to assist their efforts to address climate change in real time and create real impact for our planet. They are encouraged to use it in whatever manner best meets their needs, with finalist joining an international network of mentors, entrepreneurs, and investors that will assist them in growing their ideas to have even more of an effect.
To apply for the Singapore Pools Prizes (SGp Prize), applicants must fill out an application form and present proof of identity by sending either an image of or scan of their ticket directly to firstname.lastname@example.org, or visiting any Singapore Pools Main Branch Branch. Customers holding E-Tickets must submit a claim request prior to visiting any branch, and bring both their mobile phone with saved E-Tickets as well as original photo identification documents (NRIC for Singaporeans/PRs or passport for foreigners) bearing their name matching that on the claim request submitted. Please be aware that Monday and Thursday may see longer waiting times due to high volumes of claimants expected and submit by Oct 31 for consideration – click here for more details!