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The International Green Gown Awards were announced on 6 November at the ACTS Conference in Tasmania, Australia. Tertiary education institutions from Australasia, the United Kingdom, France, Switzerland, Belgium and Luxembourg went head to head to win coveted International Awards.
RMIT University (Australia) was awarded the Continuous Improvement: Institutional Change Award for their vision of shaping sustainable cities. Hull College (UK) won the Social Responsibility Award for their inspiring project to transform derelict properties and Manchester Metropolitan University (UK) won the Student Engagement Award for their passionate student-led food network.
The winners were announced at a prestigious Awards evening at the Hotel Grand Chancellor in Hobart, featuring the national Green Gown Awards Australasia ceremony. The Awards, presented by Senator Christine Milne, Leader of the Australian Greens, was a night for celebrating the extraordinary sustainability achievements across our campuses.
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