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Sustainability awards results for journalists announced

13 January 2014

On 16 December, the EU-funded “Energy Efficient Buildings as a Basis for Sustainable Energy Development” journalism award ceremony was held in Yerevan.
The competition had been held from March-December 2013 for journalists who had previously undergone sustainability training within the framework of the “Energy Saving Initiative in the Building Sector in the Eastern European and Central Asian Countries” (ESIB) Project.
11 pieces of published material were entered into the competition, the aim of which had been to promote mass media interest in issues onenergy policy and energy efficiency in the construction sector.
Winners were congratulated by ESIB Team Leader, Robert Lo Cicero Vaina, Task Leader of the“Improving Energy Efficiency in Buildings” UNDP-GEF project, VahramJalalyan, and Local Coordinator of the ESIB project, AstghinePasoyan.
First prize went to “Assistance to Reforms” NGO for their articles published in Hayastani Hanrapetutyun, Aravot and Novoe Vremia newspapers. Second prize was awarded to Karen Arzumanyan for his article in Novoe Vremia. Third prize went to Levon Janpoladyan for his video reports airedon CivilNet’s “Green News”. Arpi Beglaryan was presented with the“Incentive”award for materials published on the eMedia.am website.
The EU-funded ESIB Project has been implemented since 2010 within the framework of the INOGATE programme. The INOGATE programme supports energy policy cooperation between the EU and the INOGATE partner countries.

Sustainability awards results for journalists announced

On 16 December, the EU-funded “Energy Efficient Buildings as a Basis for Sustainable Energy Development” journalism award ceremony was held in Yerevan. The competition had been held from March-December 2013 for journalists who had previously undergone sustainability training within the framework of the “Energy Saving Initiative in the Building Sector in the Eastern European and Central Asian Countries” (ESIB) Project. 11 pieces of published material were entered into the competition, the aim of which had been to promote mass media interest in issues onenergy policy and energy efficiency in the construction sector. Winners were congratulated by ESIB Team Leader, Robert Lo Cicero Vaina, Task Leader of the“Improving Energy Efficiency in Buildings” UNDP-GEF project, VahramJalalyan, and Local Coordinator of the ESIB project, AstghinePasoyan. First prize went to “Assistance to Reforms” NGO for their articles published in Hayastani Hanrapetutyun, Aravot and Novoe Vremia newspapers. Second prize was awarded to Karen Arzumanyan for his article in Novoe Vremia. Third prize went to Levon Janpoladyan for his video reports airedon CivilNet’s “Green News”. Arpi Beglaryan was presented with the“Incentive”award for materials published on the eMedia.am website. The EU-funded ESIB Project has been implemented since 2010 within the framework of the INOGATE programme. The INOGATE programme supports energy policy cooperation between the EU and the INOGATE partner countries.