Finalists Announced for Indianapolis Prize
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Indianapolis Prize Award Increased to $250,000 in 2014
Beginning in 2014, the monetary award given to the winner of the Indianapolis Prize increased to $250,000. In addition, each of the five non-winning finalists will receive awards of $10,000 each.
Amstrup Receives Bambi Award
2012 Indianapolis Prize recipient Dr. Steve Amstrup also received a Bambi Award, Germany's top media prize, in recognition of his selfless efforts on behalf of polar bear conservation. Learn more about this honor.
2012 Prize Finalists Share Their Stories
Each of the six finalists for the 2012 Indianapolis Prize have amazing stories about their life's work and what drew them to help save wild things in wild places. Now, watch the stories of
Borner, Rodney Jackson, Carl Jones, Russell
Patricia Wright on the Indianapolis Zoo's YouTube channel! These beautiful and thought-provoking stories are the same ones shared during the 2012 Gala. See how these six individuals are working daily to save the lives of endangered animals around the globe.
Sit Down for a Conversation with Steven Amstrup
You can now see the recorded program, Can Polar Bears Be Saved: A Conversation with Steven Amstrup, in its entirety, as well as the ability to access educational materials on polar bear conservation and climate change. Don't miss this remarkable show. Special thanks to
Cummins Inc. and The Heritage Group for sponsoring Indianapolis Prize outreach activities.