FEE wins Best Non-Profit Organisation at SDG Tech Awards


At the inaugural SDG Tech Awards Show in Copenhagen to celebrate technology and the sustainable development goals, the Foundation for Environmental Education has won the accolade of best Non-Profit organisation.

With 250 attendees all with the same mission: To promote the UN SDGs the inspiring evening boasted winners from ground breaking start-ups, large corporates, promising academic research and NGOs.

“We are very happy to hand over this prize to FEE. Education plays a key role in the process of the sustainable transformation that the world is faced with. The Foundation for Environmental Education brings together a great variety of programmes in partnership with other organisations across the world to educate and empower thousands of young game changers across the continents,” says Human Shojaee, President Sustainary.

With an esteemed panel of judges that included Danish Industry, UNICEF, UNEP, Danish Chamber of Commerce and Copenhagen Business School there were fifteen categories and 200 nominees.

We are honoured to have been chosen as this year’s best non-profit organisation. We have been working diligently towards incorporating the SDGs into our five programmes and so to be recognised for our work is a testimony to our members and all those on the ground making a difference every day, as we strive towards a more sustainable world,

CEO Daniel Schaffer
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Sustainary (www.sustainary.org ) who organised the awards show is a global platform for innovation, dedicated to the implementation of sustainable technologies that have the United Nations Development Goals as the focus. The organisation, based in Copenhagen, Denmark, brings together technology solutions based on academic research and practical projects from universities and R & D centers around the globe. By identifying and mapping these solutions, Sustainary connects with companies, investors, entrepreneurs, designers, NGOs, public authorities and other relevant stakeholders so that the initiative can be implemented in practice.