Nuclear-Free Future Award
Since 1998 the Nuclear-Free Future Award (NFFA) is an award given to anti-nuclear activists, organizations and communities. The award is intended to promote opposition to uranium mining, nuclear weapons and nuclear power.
The NFFA is a project of the Franz Moll Foundation for the Coming Generations and gives out awards in three categories: Resistance ($10,000 prize), Education ($10,000 prize) and Solutions ($10,000 prize). Additional optional categories are Lifetime Achievement and Special Recognition (contemporary work of art). The award ceremonies take place all around the world.
The NFFA is financed by donations, charity events, and benefit auctions.
The Nuclear-Free Future Award Laureates:
2016: Johannesburg, South Africa 
2015: Washington, DC 
2014: Munich, Germany 
2012: Heiden, Germany 
2011: Berlin, Germany
2010: New York, USA
2008: Munich, Germany
2007: Salzburg, Austria
2006: Window Rock, USA
2005: Oslo, Norway
2004: Jaipur, India
2003: Munich, Germany
2002: St. Petersburg, Russia
2001: Carnsore Point, Ireland
2000: Berlin, Germany
1999: Los Alamos, USA
1998 Salzburg, Austria
- List of Nuclear-Free Future Award recipients
- List of nuclear whistleblowers
- List of peace activists
- William and Katherine Estes Award
- Non-nuclear future
- Nuclear Free World Policy
- World Uranium Hearing
- Anti-nuclear movement
- Nuclear disarmament
- List of environmental awards
- "Statement of Mission".
- "NFFA Recipients and Locations".
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- Recipients of the 2006 Nuclear-Free Future Awards[permanent dead link]
- The 2004 Nuclear-Free Future Award Recipients[permanent dead link]
- Jonathan Schell
- The 2002 Nuclear Free Future Awards