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The Guardian Sustainable Business Awards 2012

Starts
12:00AM, 03 February 2012
Ends
12:00AM, 03 February 2012
Location
London
The Guardian Sustainable Business Awards 2012

The Guardian Sustainable Business Awards 2012

Rewarding innovation in corporate sustainability

Is your sustainability initiative leading the way? If so we want to hear from you!

Deadline for entries: February 3, 2012

The Guardian Sustainable Business Awards reward best practice in sustainable business. Now in their second year, the awards showcase the most innovative corporate initiatives – from managing water risk to energy independence via communicating sustainability and social impact. Profile your team’s achievements and inspire others to drive real change in the way that businesses approach sustainability.

Categories:

  • Communicating sustainability
  • Engaging employees
  • Social impact
  • Biodiversity
  • Supply chain
  • Carbon
  • Innovation
  • Collaboration
  • Waste & recycling
  • Water
  • Energy
  • Built environment  

Key dates:

February 3, 2012. Closing date for entries.

March 19, 2012. Shortlist announced. Public vote for ‘Sustainable Business leader of the year’ begins.

May 2012 Awards ceremony, winners announced.

Enter the awards today at guardian.co.uk/gsb-awards and inspire other businesses to act!

Along with a prestigious ceremony, held in London in May 2012, all winners will be invited for a morning of inspiration, discussion and collaboration at the Guardian in the weeks following the ceremony. Winning businesses will feature on the Guardian Sustainable Business Best Practice Exchange. The exchange profiles the best in sustainable business initiatives and has become a regular reference point for those looking to drive sustainable business in practice.

Gain the recognition you deserve and inspire others to act.

Entries close 3 February 2012. For more information and to enter visit guardian.co.uk/gsb-awards.

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