Apply for the 2024 Conservation Awards for your chance to win additional funding for your Channel Island conservation project.

The Insurance Corporation Conservation Awards were launched in 1990 to identify, recognise and promote the valuable conservation work being undertaken in Jersey and the Bailiwick of Guernsey.

If you’re involved in a local project, undertaking important environmental work or nature conservation, don’t miss this opportunity to enter the 2024 Conservation Awards and have the chance to secure additional funding for your project.

Entries are encouraged from projects of any size and you can apply for as many awards as you wish. We welcome entries from every sector, including established organisations, schools, youth groups and young achievers

Award categories

Best Conservation Project Award

Awarded to the Best Conservation Project and the runner up in each island, entries are welcomed from conservation and environmental groups, together with individuals, families, schools, businesses, government departments or other organisations

Top prize £3,000, runner-up £1,500

Young Conservationist of the Year Award

Insurance Corporation is looking for an individual under the age of 18 to be appointed our Young Conservationist of the Year in both Guernsey and Jersey. Working on your own, or as part of a school eco-team or organisation you will be playing an important part in conserving nature or the environment

£250 Prize

The Peter Walpole People’s Choice Award

Created in honour of Insurance Corporation’s founder, Peter Walpole, the People’s Choice Award showcases videos of our shortlisted entries, which are uploaded on our website. The winner will be decided by public vote in Guernsey and Jersey.

Prize £500

Schools and Youth Groups Green Award

The younger generation holds the key to the future and the Schools and Youth Groups Green Award encourages entries from any local schools and youth organisations that have undertaken work to promote conservation and the environment

Prize £500

How to enter

Step 1

Complete your Entry Form and submit it online (it takes 2 minutes!)

  • More than one category can be entered

  • Projects submitted in previous years can be reentered

  • Prize money is awarded on the understanding that it is used for the project or associated activities

Step 2

Create and upload your Video Submission

  • Please see the Video Submissions section of the Entry Form for full details

  • Submissions should be uploaded as soon as possible, but no later than 26 April 2024



26 April Closing Date
2 May Judging and Short-listing
13-19 May Public Vote People’s Choice
5 June Presentation of Awards


26 April Closing Date
3 May Judging and Short-listing
20-26 May Public Vote People’s Choice
18 June Presentation of Awards


Please submit a short video that sums up your project. The quality of the submission will not affect your project, but should sum up your objectives and ethos, in a way that best reflects your project.

Entries should be:

  • Clearly labelled with the project name and category

  • Filmed on mobile phones or digital cameras

  • No more than 1 – 2 minutes in length

  • Supplied in MPEG-4 format – the default setting on your phone Additional or supporting footage or photography may also be submitted if you wish.

Video Submissions

All entries should be supported by a short video submission. The videos will be referred to by the judging panel and also uploaded for public vote if shortlisted for the People’s Choice Award.

Video submissions should include the following:

  • How is your project contributing towards local conservation?

  • How long has your project been running?

  • If you were to be successful, how would your prize money be used?

How to submit your video

Please send your videos video submission via WeTransfer.

For more information or advice please call Michelle Steele on 01481 707561 or email

Entry Form

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