Tyler Prize for Environmental Achievement

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The Tyler Prize for Environmental Achievement is an annual award for environmental science, environmental health, and energy. Tyler Laureates receive a $200,000 cash prize and a medallion. The prize is administered by the University of Southern California and was established by John and Alice Tyler in 1973.[1]


Executive Committee[edit]

The Executive Committee oversees the activities of the Tyler Prize, including the selection of Tyler Prize Laureates. Members of this international Committee are selected for their experience in the fields of relevance to the Tyler Prize and are assisted by the Tyler Prize Administrator, based at the University of Southern California. The current committee consists of:

  • Julia Marton-Lefèvre
  • Rosina M. Bierbaum
  • Julia Carabias Lillo
  • Margaret Catley-Carlson
  • Alan Covich
  • Exequiel Ezcurra
  • Kelly Sims Gallagher
  • Judith E. McDowell
  • Kenneth Nealson
  • Jonathan Patz
  • Jim Watson

See also[edit]


  1. ^ "Tyler Prize for Environmental Achievement". tylerprize.org.
  2. ^ a b "Schindler earns Tyler Award: Renowned ecologist credits inspirational mentors". Folio News Story. University of Alberta. 28 April 2006. Archived from the original on 2 August 2013.

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