Observer Ethical Awards
The winners of the awards for 2009
The full list of winners
Lifetime achievement award: Sir David Attenborough
Sir David Attenborough, broadcaster and naturalist, has spent his life devoted to the natural environment.
Politician of the year: Caroline Lucas
Caroline Lucas, leader of the Green party, has firmly established herself as progressive and decisive figure in the climate change campaign.
Campaigner of the year: Peter Tatchell
Peter Tatchell has campaigned for over 30 years for sexual freedom and human rights
Best local retailer: Warren Evans
Warren Evan creates unique, handmade beds and bedroom furniture.
Best online retail initiative: The Good Energy Shop
The Good Energy Shop is a website that selects suppliers for their energy saving credentials making it less confusing for buyers to make the right choice.
Winner: Lower Shaw farm
Lower Shaw farm is based Swindon and is an environmentally friendly place where adults and children can enjoy a range of activities all year around.
RISC edible roof garden and alternative kitchen garden
Jupiter Big Idea
Naturepaint is a totally natural paint product that comes in a powder form.
Shiply.com & More th>n Green Wheels
Ecover ethical kids award
Winner: Lomeshaye Marsh Local Nature Reserve and Stockbridge Junior Rangers
Lomeshaye Marsh local nature reserve is a small nature reserve in Lancashire that is looked after and developed by a local special needs school.
The Stockbridge Junior Rangers are a group of young people 8-14 years old from the Stockbridge Village estate in Knowlsey, Liverpool, that look after their local environment.
Queen Elizabeth II high school, Ronague, Isle of Man
Ethical business award sponsored by Triodos Bank
Winner: Riverford Organic Vegetables
Riverford Organic Vegetables mission is to bring organic, seasonal vegetables to your door.
Traidcraft & Pants to Poverty
Conservation award sponsored by National Grid
Winner: Fighting to Save West Thurrock Marshes
Fighting to Save West Thurrock Marshes is a charity devoted to the conservation of invertebrates.
Garden Africa & Make the Link with your Sink
Fashion and accessories sponsored by Marie Claire
Winner: People Tree
People Tree specialise in fair trade fashion in hope to alleviate poverty. It focuses on Bangladesh workers.
Nudie Jeans & Pachacuti