The Lights on Women initiative at the Florence School of Regulation, in collaboration with partner Landwärme, is proud to launch the LUCE Awards, which will be held in Florence on May 16, 2023.
As key policies such as the Green Deal are set out worldwide to facilitate the transition towards carbon neutrality, they also might serve as a catalyst to move towards gender equality, empowerment and justice.
In this context, the LUCE Awards are meant to further the just transition’s gender mainstreaming objectives while highlighting the contributions and achievements of women of all ages, nationalities and backgrounds working in energy, climate and sustainability.
The LUCE Awards will give two prizes under the categories:
The awarding ceremony will be held in Florence on 16 May 2023. The two winners will receive one free seat in an FSR course and will be invited to attend the awarding ceremony.
More information about the LUCE Awards can be found on the Lights on Women platform.
The LUCE Awards are organised by the Florence School of Regulation and partner Landwärme under the Lights on Women initiative.
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