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Bluewater Shopping Centre Green
City of London to celebrate the
waste process - shortlisted for
Sustainable City Award
9th annual ‘Green Oscars’
Dubbed the ‘Green Oscars’, the Sustainable City Awards recognise
and reward businesses for their excellent achievements in all
areas of sustainable business development. Despite UK
businesses experiencing one of the most challenging of years
in 2009, the environmental and financial benefits of sustainable
business practice have remained high on the business agenda.
Third Sector organisations were particularly to the fore on this
year’s shortlist, with a 133% increase in new applications overall.
Applications from the Third Sector include Dulwich Picture
Gallery, for their use of art to enrich the lives of older people in
the community, and Newquay Zoo for implementing sustainable Duke of Cambridge pub shortlisted
measures which have both cost and carbon savings benefits. for a Sustainable City Award
On Thursday 18th February, at a ceremony in Mansion House,
David Kennedy, Chief Executive of the Committee on Climate
Change, will award the ‘Green Gongs’. Among other organisations
hoping to feature are:
Bluewater Shopping and Leisure Centre for turning 6,000
tonnes of waste into an education study centre.
The UK’s first organic gastropub the Duke of Cambridge in
Islington.
Deutsche Bank for an impressive climate change
strategy, which incorporates measures to reduce water
usage, energy usage, and general waste.
The RSA accredited Sustainable City Awards were established
in 2001 by the City of London Corporation and are run in
partnership with 20 organisations, including livery companies,
trade bodies and voluntary sector organisations and businesses.
Representatives from each of these organisations join the judging
panel to select winners and runners-up across the award
categories.
Sustainable City Awards ceremony
2009 at Mansion House
ENVIRONMENT INDUSTRY MAGAZINE
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