Wednesday, 12 January 2011

Guardian Sustainable Business Awards – time is running out

Just a plug for UK readers for the Guardian Sustainable Business Awards. The Guardian wants to hear about initiatives that have driven real sustainability change in organisations.

There are a number of categories; Communicating sustainability, Engaging employees, Social impact, Biodiversity, Supply chain, Carbon, Waste & recycling, Water, Energy, ICT and Built environment. 

Within ICT the judges are looking for “Cutting-edge approaches that fully capitalise on the capabilities of ICT to reduce business' impact and drive low-carbon transition”.

Winners will feature in a special supplement on guardian.co.uk and the team with the best initiative will be invited to attend a 'winner's day' at the Guardian.

All entries meeting the awards criteria will be added to the new Guardian Sustainable Business best practice exchange - an online database to share sustainability ideas and drive progress.

Full details at Guardian Sustainable Business Awards – entry closes on February 7th, so not much time left.

 

While you’re on the web site you could also check out my musings, which is by way of saying that I have an interest in the Guardian Sustainable Business web site.

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