Hooray, RESET is Nominated for a Media Prize!

Some of the RESET Team with founder Uta Mühleis at the Holzmarkt

RESET.org has been nominated for a German media prize! The winner is decided by the public, so now it's over to you to vote.

Author Sarah-Indra Jungblut:

Translation Sarah-Indra Jungblut, 09.24.19

The founder of RESET, Uta Mühleis, has been chosen from over 120 applicants to be nominated for the German Umweltmedienpreis (Environmental Media Award)!

The Environmental Media Award of the Deutsche Umwelthilfe has been awarded for the past 23 years to people who are raising awareness about the challenges facing our planet and inspiring others to protect the natural environment.

Uta and the RESET team have been committed to sustainable development for more than a decade, with a focus in the last several years on the potentials and pitfalls of digital tech for a sustainable future. We’re really pleased that our work is being recognised with this nomination.

To Turn the Nomination Into a Win, We Need Your Support!

The jury has nominated RESET alongside six other candidates – now we need as many votes as possible to turn that nomination into a win. Do you like what we do and want to support us?

Click to vote for Uta (and RESET) here: Environmental Media Prize for Uta Mühleis / RESET

Thank you!

© Uta Mühleis/RESET
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