Sustainability Leaders Awards 2013 breaks all records!

With more entries from more unique organisations, more winners and more guests than in any year since the awards began eight years ago, 2013 really has been the best yet for the Sustainability Leaders Awards.

More than 400 guests gathered last night to celebrate the winners of this year's awards, organised by Sustainable Business and They recognise and reward those organisations and individuals demonstrating a genuine commitment to sustainable business practices and the results they're driving through their efforts to do business better.

Open to all businesses and organisations across the public and private sectors and of all sizes from the largest multi-nationals to the smallest micro-organisations, 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).

Full coverage of the awards, including profiles of all the winners, what the judges said and photos from the night, will be available next week in the latest issue of Sustainable Business. To ensure you receive the issue register now for the edie newsletter.

A huge congratulations to all our winners and finalists and a massive thank you to all who have made this year such a great success. They are:

Sustainability Product Innovation

Winner: Cynar


Sustainability Innovation: Systems & Software

Winner: Sefaira


Carbon Management

Winner: Sainsbury’s

Highly commended: Forest Carbon


Sustainable Building

Public Sector: URS for Brent Civic Centre

Private Sector: Heathrow Terminal 2


Sustainable Transport & Logistics

Winner: Arla Foods

Highly commended: Telefonica UK with Global Action Plan


Water Management

Winner: Berendsen UK


Energy Efficiency

Winner: Skanska


Stakeholder Engagement: Internal Operations

Winner: Spirit Pub Company


Stakeholder Engagement: Supply Chain

Winner: Dairy Crest


Sustainability Reporting

Winner: Co-operative Group


Waste & Resource Management

Winner: Virgin Media


Waste & Resource Management: Food & Drink

Winner: Co-operative Group


Sustainability Leader: Consultancy

Winner: Atkins


Sustainability Leader

Peter Laybourn, International Synergies


IEMA Graduate of the Year

Winner: Coco Smits

Royal HaskoningDHV


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