Organised by edie, the Sustainability Leaders Awards are open to all businesses and organisations from across the public and private sectors; and of all sizes, from the largest multi-nationals to the smallest micro-organisations.

From the best efficiency programmes through to product innovation, from stakeholder engagement and CSR initiatives to the people making it happen, entrants to these awards have one thing in common – a genuine commitment to doing business better.

The early-bird entry deadline (£99 +VAT per submission) iFriday 11 August. The standard entry deadline (£149 +VAT per submission) is Tuesday 12 September. The Awards will then take place on the night of 24 January 2018 at the London Hilton on Park Lane.

*You can also register your intention to enter and gain an extra week on the standard entry deadline. By filling out a form telling us which categories you may be interested in entering, you will earn yourself a weeks’ extension on the deadline – meaning you will have until Tuesday 19 August to enter. 

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The 2018 Sustainability Leaders Awards has 15 categories to choose from, each judged by our hand-picked, esteemed panel of experts. Sitting alongside well-established category favourites such as the all-important Sustainability Leader, Sustainable Business of the Year and Sustainability Reporting awards, other accolades include the CSR, Charity or Community Initiative and the Consultancy of the Year awards.

The Energy Manager of the Year award will also be incorporated to the 2018 Sustainability Leaders Awards, which will be managed by the Energy Institute. All 15 categories continue to focus on specific aspects of sustainability and the environmental and the business improvements they drive.

With past winners ranging from Heathrow Airport and Tesco through to Mud Jeans and Willmott Dixon, the Sustainability Leaders Awards is open to all individuals and organisations that have demonstrated sustainability excellence – from the largest multinationals to the smallest micro-organisations – as long as the initiative, project, product or strategy shows commitment, credibility and concrete results, it is eligible to enter.

So, make sure you get the recognition you, and your teams, deserve and tell us what makes you a sustainability leader.

**Plus: The edie Sustainability Leaders Forum takes place on 24-25 January 2018. Join 150+ professionals moving beyond environmental objectives to deliver transformational change and create brand value.

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