1. Eduardo Brondizio

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    The vast Amazon region is central to the global debate on creating a stable climate and maintaining biodiversity. But to achieve sustainability in the Amazon, we must solve the rural and urban challenges of poverty and violence and create economic development. That is the message from Eduardo Brondizio, a Brazilian-born anthropology professor at Indiana University, Bloomington, USA, who is the 2023 laureate of the Volvo Environment Prize.

  2. Claire Kremen

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    The world is losing species at an alarming rate. The forests and wild areas of the Earth are rapidly transformed into farmlands, pushing wildlife into steep decline.

  3. Harold A Mooney

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    The Volvo Environment Foundation takes great pleasure in awarding its 2010 environment prize to Harold A Mooney.