The Exeter Sustainability Awards – enter now
Exeter City Future’s are proud to be a key partner of the first Exeter Sustainability Awards – entry is now open, for individuals, groups and businesses.
Princesshay, Exeter City Futures, Exeter Live Better, Exeter University, In Exeter and the Exeter Magazine are launching The Exeter Sustainability Awards to celebrate, support and recognise the sustainable practice and commitment of businesses, organisations and individuals driving change and making a difference to sustainability across Exeter.
A panel of judges will be looking for environmental and social best practice, innovation, sustainable energy use and climate resilience. Judges include Councillor Phil Bialyk, Leader of Exeter City Council, Will Page, Head of Charity, Ride On Exeter; Jo Yelland, Director, Exeter City Futures; Simon Almond, Managing Director at Devon Contract Waste, Ann Hunter BID Manager for InExeter and Andy Seaman, Head of Environment & Climate Emergency Team, University of Exeter.
Jo Yelland from Exeter City Futures is one of six judges with the difficult task of considering entries: “On behalf of the Board at Exeter City Futures I am delighted to participate in the Exeter Sustainability Awards. At Exeter City Futures we believe sustainability of our place is everyone’s business, and ‘we can all do more’. These awards will celebrate local people and organisations doing more through innovation, engagement and commitment. I am looking forward to finding out about the many steps people are taking to do their bit for a sustainable future for our City and to reward and share great ideas.”
Entry has been made as easy as possible, winners will feature in The Exeter Magazine and be invited to a drinks reception – it is a great way for you, your business or group to gain recognition, so please get involved. Enter before the 30th September.