Charities & NGOS Submit to Sustainability Awards for FREE

The Global Sustainability & ESG Awards Sustainability LIVE London 2024 on 10-11th September 2024 welcomes charities and NGOs to submit for FREE

Launching in 2024, The Global Sustainability & ESG Awards 2024 will be debuting at Sustainability LIVE London on 10, September. 

The comprehensive programme will acknowledge companies, professionals and projects that have demonstrated exceptional performance, innovation and strategic thinking – entries are open now

The awards aim to celebrate the best companies, professionals and projects in sustainability and ESG, and offer free entry for charities and NGOs. 

"There are so many incredible Sustainability, ESG & Net Zero projects underway from NGO’s & Charities, as such we are proud to invite entries from these organisations for ‘The Global Sustainability Awards’ at no cost," says Glen White, Founder and CEO of BizClik, Sustainability Magazine and Sustainability LIVE. 

Are you a registered charity or NGO leading the charge with your sustainability strategy? For more details on securing your charity discount, please reach out to [email protected]

The Global Sustainability & ESG Awards will highlight the following categories:

  • Sustainability Strategy Award
  • ESG Program Award
  • Sustainable Finance Award
  • Diversity Award
  • Net Zero Award
  • Sustainable Supply Chain Award
  • Sustainable Technology Award
  • Sustainable Consultancy Award
  • Future Leader Award
  • Executive of the Year Award
  • Project of the Year Award
  • Lifetime of Achievement Award

To enter the awards for companies that aren’t NGOs or charities, register here. By paying the registration fee, you gain access to the official submission form to enter as many categories as you like, as well as a free 2-day ticket to Sustainability LIVE London 2024 on 10-11th September 2024 at the Business Design Centre, London.

To enter The Global Sustainability & ESG Awards, click here

Highlighting sustainability successes

Sustainability is an essential consideration for any company. Some of the world’s biggest companies are undertaking incredible sustainability initiatives, but so are some charities and NGOs, so we have removed any financial barrier that may stand in the way. 

“Net zero is enormously important and very challenging, but we've got to look at the climate and the nature crisis together,” Beccy Speight, Chief Executive Officer at the Royal Society for the Protection of Birds (RSPB) said as part of The Net Zero & Planet Forum at Sustainability Live London 2023.

“They interlink. They interlink, they can help each other, but if we don't tackle both, we are stuffed. We could get to net zero and we could still be stuffed because our ecosystems have been destroyed around us.”

Meet the judges 

Bringing expertise from a wide range of different companies and disciplines, these five thought leaders will tirelessly go through the awards entries to highlight the real leaders in sustainability and ESG today. 

Courtney Holm, Vice President, Sustainable Futures at Capgemini Invent

An influential and passionate sustainability executive, Holm spearheads fundamental change, enables sustainable choices, addresses geopolitical and critical issues, and transforms consumer preference in her role.

Believing in multilateral collaboration, Holm is an advocate that this approach is the key to unlocking a path towards a more sustainable future. She is also passionate about ‘Tech for Good’ believing that technology is an enabler to drive sustainable growth, delivering creative solutions that tackle some of the world’s most complex social and environmental challenges.

Steve Smith, Head of Global Marketing: Energy Management Thought Leadership and Communications at Schneider Electric

Smith began his journey with the company in 2010 and leapt into a communications role that saw him promoting the solutions of the multinational energy and automation management business. Although throughout his entire career to date he has focused on electrical and energy, Schneider Electric proves to be one of his longest commitments as climbed the ladder to showcase the work of the organisation. In his current role, Smith acts as a thought leader and spoke at the 2022 and 2023 Sustainability LIVE conferences. 

Angela Hultberg, Global Sustainability Director at Kearney

Another former speaker at Sustainability LIVE and a confident contributor to discussions on diversity, equity and inclusion (DE&I) among businesses, Angela Hultberg, Global Sustainability Director at Kearney, joins our judging panel. Previously working for the likes of Scania, IKEA, and other key firms, Hultberg shares inter-industry knowledge with the corporate world to help them formalise holistic ESG strategies. 

Hultberg shared insights with us at the previous Sustainability LIVE London, where she spoke with Scott Birch, CCO of BizClik and also contributed massively to the Women in Sustainability discussion. 

Adam Elman, Head of Sustainability - EMEA, Google

Over the years, Elman worked with some big names and key initiatives to reduce the physical impact of business on the planet, namely projects related to retail with waste management and efficiency in mind. 

Drawing on his experiences at the UK’s Marks and Spencer, as well as Amazon, Klöckner Pentaplast and WRAP, he not only serves Google’s efforts but also educates at King’s College London. 

Professor Paolo Taticchi, OMRI, Professor of Strategy and Sustainability & School Deputy Director, UCL School of Management

Having worked with a number of educational platforms, Taticchi currently informs the next generation of managers and leaders on the nuances of sustainability for business. 

He was part of a number of topical pieces addressing the idea of sustainable business to help inform and advise on efforts to decarbonisation and restore equity in the commercial environment. 

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For more details on securing your charity discount, please reach out to [email protected]

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