Sustainability Leaders Awards 2014, Grand Connaught Rooms, London


The original entry deadline for the Sustainability Leaders Awards 2014 has now passed. But don't worry - due to the high volume of requests and Sustainable Business have decided to extend the final entry deadline.

You now have until Friday 25th July at 17:00 to submit your entries!

These RSA-accredited awards, now in their ninth year, celebrate true leadership and innovation among companies and organisations, large and small, who are making genuine progress in embedding sustainability throughout their operations. The awards are 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. As long as the initiative, project, product or strategy shows commitment, credibility and concrete results, we want to hear about it and give you the opportunity to be recognised for your hard work.

There really is a category for everyone and entry is simple plus 100% online. Just visit the website - - and select from the following categories:

Waste & Resource Management
Carbon Management
Sustainable Building
Sustainable Transport & Logistics
Water Management
Energy Efficiency
Stakeholder Engagement
Sustainability Reporting
Sustainable Product Innovation
Sustainability Leader (Person)


Price is £125.00 per submission. For more information regarding the awards, categories and entry details plus photos from the last 2 years of this prestigious event, please visit the website:

Contact: Katie Shopland 01342 332 401
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