Camden and Islington Sustainability Awards 2019
Islington Sustainable Energy Partnership (ISEP) and the Camden Climate Change Alliance (CCCA) are coming together to celebrate the achievements of businesses, community organisations and schools, who are leading the way in the delivery of sustainable services and products.
The Camden and Islington Sustainability Awards are an opportunity to cultivate cross-borough collaboration and knowledge exchange at a time when boroughs are moving towards new zero-carbon targets to tackle the climate crisis.
For over 10 years, ISEP and CCCA, London’s unique pioneering sustainability networks, have been working with businesses and other organisations to identify and deliver projects that reduce energy costs, cut carbon emissions and manage environmental impacts.
The Awards are free to apply to and open to all organisations based or operating in each borough. There are eight award categories for each borough, so plenty of chances to win!
Award Winners will receive:
- An award trophy and certificate
- Recognition via the CCCA and the Council website
- Official awards stamp for their website
- Promotional case study
The award ceremony will take place on the evening of 21 November 2019 at the prestigious Jerwood Hall, home to the London Symphony Orchestra, in Islington.
Deadline for application: 23 October 2019.
For more information about the awards and to apply, visit the Camden Climate Change Alliance Website.
Energy efficiency and carbon reduction
Recognises excellence in managing and reducing carbon emissions due to energy consumption.
Improving air quality
Recognises initiatives that reduce air pollutants including PM10 and NO2.
Resource management and recycling
Recognises excellence in projects aimed at reducing the environmental impacts of materials as well as other sources such as water.
Recognises projects aimed at engaging employees in relation to sustainability issues.
Leadership in green procurement
Recognises the use of procurement to support the growth and promotion of the low carbon economy.
Recognises the contribution individuals have made in the implementation and embedding of sustainability practices in an organisation.
Best community environmental project
Recognises the efforts of community groups working to improve their local environment.
Best sustainable school initiative
Recognises schools that have reduced the impact of their operations, raised sustainability awareness and engaged with the wider school community.