Landscape Prize awarded by the Ministère de l'Écologie et du Developpement Durable (Ministry of Ecology and Sustainable Development) of the French Government and replacing the former Gran Prix du Paysage and Le Trophée du Paysage. The website includes a document showing the winners of the earlier awards.
The Prize, established by UNESCO and the Ministry of Culture of Greece in honour of the artist and former Greek Minister of Culture, Melina Mercouri, has been awarded every two years since 1999 to reward efforts to preserve and enhance cultural landscapes
An award created by professionals based on the need to have an area of their own, in addition to their virtual networks, for exchanging views, debating and fostering greater interest in the landscape. There are four subject areas: landscape studies, public and private green spaces, and the environment – landscape stewardship.
An annual award of the American Society of Landscape Architects (ASLA) for the best landscape-architecture project anywhere in the world. Various themes are outlined, under two broad categories: students and professionals.