One Earth has been named a 7th Annual Shorty Impact Awards Silver Honoree for One Earth Project Marketplace of Climate Solutions in the Environment category.
On-the-ground climate solutions are key to solving the climate crisis, but they’re critically underfunded. The traditional models of conservation and philanthropy are simply not working fast enough to properly address the environmental issues that we face today. So, we set out to reimagine both with the Project Marketplace. The One Earth Project Marketplace is a first-of-its-kind global database of vetted, place-based projects, organized by our bioregional framework and categorized by the three pillars of action to solve the climate crisis: transitioning to 100% renewable energy, protecting and restoring 50% of nature, and shifting to regenerative agriculture. Our interactive navigator platform allows donors to quickly view, search, and donate to a diverse selection of impactful climate solutions in every part of the world.
The Shorty Impact Awards honor the very best of digital and social media by the most purposeful and influential brands, agencies, and organizations whose work makes the world a better place. This year they had over 500 entries across categories like clean energy, conservation & preservation, gender equality, human rights, and environment.
The 7th Annual Shorty Awards winners and honorees were announced on November 16th in an in-person ceremony at the iconic iHeartRadio Theatre in Burbank. With over 200 attendees from all over the world and some of the most distinguished Real Time Academy members. Our Digital Media Producer, Patrick Stephen Brown, attended the Shorty Awards on behalf of the One Earth team.
Shorty Impact Award winners and honorees are chosen by the Real Time Academy (RTA), prominent experts and leaders in digital and social media who have been hand-selected on the basis of their deep industry knowledge, professional reputation, and outstanding achievements, including previous Shorty wins. Our Executive Director, Justin Winters, was also selected as a juror for this year's awards.