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2005 (14th)
Blue Planet Prize Winners

The winners of 2005(14th)

Prof. Sir Nicholas Shackleton

Prof. Sir Nicholas Shackleton
UK

Dr. Gordon Hisashi Sato

Dr. Gordon Hisashi Sato
USA

Prof. Sir Nicholas Shackleton (UK)

1937~2006
Emeritus Professor, Department of Earth Sciences, University of Cambridge
Former Head of Godwin Laboratory for Quaternary Research

For contributions to palaeoclimatology, particularly in identifying the glacial - interglacial climatic cycles and identifying the role of carbon dioxide as well as changes in the Earth's orbit in causing them; this aids us in better predicting future climate change

Prof. Sir Nicholas Shackleton
Periodical Book

Periodical Book

Dr. Gordon Hisashi Sato (USA)

1927~2017
Director Emeritus, W. Alton Jones Cell Science Center. Inc.
Chairman of the Board, A&G Pharmaceutical, Inc.
President, Manzanar Project Corporation

For developing a new mangrove planting technology in Eritrea and through its utilization thus showing the possibility of building a sustainable local community in the poorest area of the world

Dr. Gordon Hisashi Sato
Periodical Book

Periodical Book

  • Information on past Blue Planet Prize laureates corresponds to their titles and positions at the time Prize was awarded.
  • Each year the prize winners give lectures at the "Blue Planet Prize Commemorative Lecture".
  • Every five years, lectures together with essays are compiled and published in a periodical book titled "A Better Future for the Planet Earth".
  • The video of the lectures are available only from 2009.

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