Environmental Protection & Preservation
Green Awards 2007 - Still Time to Enter!
Due to popular demand, the Green Awards 2007 have
announced a final deadline extension for entries into the 14 award
categories. With new categories covered this year such as 'Best CSR
Report' and 'Best Green Website', the Green Awards hope to open up the
hotly contested competition to companies and organizations from beyond
the confines of the marketing and communications industry.
Designed to raise awareness of Green issues, and boost the role of
marketing in influencing and informing consumer behaviour, the Awards
provide a high-profile platform for companies to showcase their positive
commitments to the planet. With support from the United Nations
Environment Programme (UNEP) and an eminent panel of expert judges, the
awards showcase how sustainability can be represented through
According to Eric Falt, Communications Director at UNEP "when everyone
from the UK government's chief scientist to the editor of the Sun is
warning about climate change and suggesting ways of mitigating it, we
all know the topic has become mainstream."
Companies interested in entering have until the 14th September to make
their campaigns count, and have a chance of scooping a Green Award at
London's Guildhall on the 26th October. Visit www.greenawards.co.uk
to download the entry form.
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