The Hornbill Award - 2021 finalists
Updated: Aug 30, 2021
The inaugural CGM Hornbill Awards 2021 are well and truly underway. By the ominous Friday the 13th deadline, we received a total of 21 applications from across Malaysia.
As many of the applications had strong merit, our judging panel had the difficult and unenviable task of shortlisting the top six from a pool of very worthy proposals that would progress to the finals that will take place virtually, on 26th September at Climate Week New York.
Each application was scored objectively based on four criteria: Project Impact, Planned Project Execution, Experience & track record, and Other beneficiaries (externalities). The top ten applicants were subsequently subjected to a due diligence screening process undertaken by our event partner, PwC.
We are delighted to announce the top six finalists of the inaugural CGM Hornbill Awards 2021.
Project title: Helmeted Hornbill protection: a community based project
Project location: Tawau, Sabah
Project name: Bringing Back Our Rare Animals
Project location: Sabah, but hope to expand to Peninsular Malaysia
Project Title: Community-led Habitat Management of the Pendas & Pulai River Estuaries
Project location: Mukim Tanjung Kupang, Gelang Patah, Johor
Marine Research Foundation (MRF)
Project title: Conservation of marine megafauna in Malaysia
Project location: Sabah
Project title: Mapping the marine ecosystem connectivity corridors on the East Coast of Peninsular Malaysia
Project location: Near coastal areas off the East coast of Peninsular Malaysia
Regional Environmental Awareness of Cameron Highlands (R.E.A.C.H)
Project title: Biodiversity and educational site construction
Project location: Cameron Highlands, Pahang
Congratulations to all the finalists! We look forward to hearing all about your proposed projects at the grand finale at Climate Week New York on September 26th.
Don’t miss the event – RSVP now and block your calendar