The award ceremony for the Children’s Climate Prize will be held in Stockholm City Hall

Stockholm City Hall is one of Sweden's most renowned buildings and the capital's most exclusive venue, famous for hosting the Nobel banquet every year in connection with the award ceremony for the Nobel Prize. It is a house well-known for its unique art treasures, magnificent celebrations and interesting history, which the Children's Climate Prizewill now also be a part of.


The Children's Climate Prize has evolved and is now an established platform for environmentally-conscious young people from all over the world. A natural step forward has been to ensure that the venue for the festivities, where this year's young finalists and winners will take center stage, will be the very best Sweden has to offer. Therefore, on November 20th, the Children's Climate Prize enters Stockholm City Hall together with 200 specially invited guests, all with the common denominator that they have made extraordinary efforts for the climate and the environment, in different ways, worldwide.

Another change is that, this year, the very popular Children's Climate Prize-forum, where the finalists are given time to meet, network, present their projects more in-depth and participate in talks with influential environmental profiles, will be conducted at Södertälje City Hall on November 21st, the day after the award ceremony. The forum has previously been held at Globala Gymnasiet in Stockholm.

Nominations are open and all contributions are easily submitted via a form on our website which can be found here >>

About the Children's Climate Prize
The prize was initiated in 2016 by Telge Energi; a company dedicated to, and exclusively working with, renewable energy sources thus taking a stand for sustainable development for more than 10 years. But Telge Energi want to do more to help save the world while also supporting others on the same journey. Therefore, the company launched the Children's Climate Prize two years ago to award a child or youth between the age of 12-17 who has made extraordinary world-enhancing efforts focusing on climate and the environment. The prize was established to spotlight the climate issue from the perspective of children and young adults, with the insight that the future at stake is theirs.