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Sustainability Leaders Awards 2012 About the Awards


The Sustainability Leaders Awards, organised by SB and sister site edie.net, promote innovation and excellence in sustainable business practices, by recognising and honouring those organisations in both the public and private sector that are exemplars in the field. Each award category concentrates on a specific aspect of sustainabil- ity and the environmental and business improvements that they drive. From water, waste and energy management to sustainable building, stakeholder engagement, reporting and communications and the per- sonnel that are making it happen.


By embedding sustainability in their operations and models, our winners demonstrate real leadership, by driving demonstrable results through innovation, engagement and a commitment to being better businesses. Like its predecessor, the Sustainability Leaders Awards remains one of the few environmental awards schemes accredited by the RSA as an official feeder scheme for the European Commission’s EBAEs (European Business Awards for the Environment). Congratulations to all our winners!


Sponsored by


Our Judges Chairman Lord Smith, Environment Agency Ed Gillespie, Futerra Jan Chmiel, IEMA Joanna Yarrow, Beyond Green Joanthan Porritt, Forum for the Future Jonathan Murray, Low Carbon Vehicle Partnership Liz Parkes, Environment Agency Neil Pennell, Land Securities Paul Scott, CorporateRegister.com Peter Bonfield, BRE Peter Jones, Ecolateral Tom Stephenson, Cranfield University


A huge thank you to our judging panel


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