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WAF Awards London 2014: A Kaleidoscope of Hope and Achievement!

Speeches

WAF Award 2014. Princess delivers Patron speach

HRH Princess Basma bint Ali of Jordan, founded the Royal Botanic Garden in Tell Ar-Rumman, Jordan in 2005. HRH was honored as a Hero for the Planet by Time Magazine in 1998, the first Arab woman to be featured.

Selina Juul talking about Food Waste

WAF Award Masterclass. Central Hall Westminster London. 18 June 2014. Selina Juul, Founder of Stop Wasting Food movement, Denmark, and Winner of Nordic Council Nature and Environment Price.

Vincent Cable. WAF Award Ceremony. London 18 June 2014

UK’s Business Secretary Vince Cable congratulating WAF and the award finalists. Here on stage with the two harvesters and Tina Lindgreen, Founder of WAF Award.

Founder of WAF: Tina Lindgreen.

Water and Food Award Masterclass, Central Hall Westminster, London. June 18, 2014.

Please turn up your volume. Tina Lindgreen does not have a microphone in the beginning.

Patron Prem Rawat: Founder of TPRF.

WAF Award Ceremony. Central Hall Westminster London. 18 June 2014. Prem Rawat, Patron of WAF Award, presenting the Keynote Speech of the Evening.

Master Class and Awards

Masterclass Harvesters Rhamis Kent and Charles Perry.

Water and Food Award Masterclass, Central Hall Westminster, London. June 18, 2014. -A summery of the afternoon’s Masterclass from the finalists, the panel and the open table discussion.

Masterclass Panel and Finalist: Living Lands, South Africa.

Water and Food Award Masterclass, Central Hall Westminster, London. June 18 2014.  Presentation of the finalist’s project and the panel’s feedback.

Masterclass Panel and Finalist: Growing Power, USA.

Water and Food Award Masterclass, Central Hall Westminster, London. June 18 2014. – Finalists Highly Commended, USA
The two finalist representatives from Growing Power in USA. Scott Androvic and Adrianna Allen.

Performances

17 Year-Old Pianist: Martin James Barlett.

BBC’s winner “Young Musician of the Year Award 2014” Playing “Liebestraum ~ Love Dream”~ by Franz Liszt

13 Year-Old Pianist: Faye Evans.

Faye has won senior titles in North London, Hatfield and Ealing, playing Rachmaninoff “Prelude in C-sharp minor.

Choir: Bromley Youth Music Trust, Simon Sundermann, Choir Director

Singing “We are the World” by Michael Jackson and Lionel Richie.