The Sustainability Champion of the Year Award is an individual award open to both staff and students at a tertiary education institution. It will recognise people at any level (except Executive/Leadership level – please submit under the Outstanding Sustainability Leadership Team of the Year Award) who have worked hard at implementing a sustainability project/initiative (or several) and whose involvement has made a positive impact be that on their peers, their institution, their students, their local community or their local workforce. A key criteria is actions that have been taken over and above the normal requirements of people’s jobs. Applications must provide evidence of impact, and of good leadership/championing practice in engaging and inspiring others.
This category is only open to staff who do not have a formal responsibility for sustainability – for staff with a formal responsibility for sustainability please submit under the Outstanding Sustainability Leadership Team of the Year Award if appropriate.
Individuals apply themselves but should be formally nominated by a manager or peer (within or outside the sector). Individuals that have not won previously can reapply after 2 years. Teams are allowed to be submitted as long as the role and impact of each team member is made clear.
Judges have the discretion to award two Winners:
Applicants are to use the Individual/Team Application Form
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The Students’ Union at UWE
University of Edinburgh
University of Leicester
Goldsmiths, University of London
The King’s Libraries Team - King’s College London
Associate Professor in Sustainable Construction and Surveying
Senior Lecturer in Human Resource Management
Deputy Director, Information, Technology and Digital Services Department
Site Technical Coordinator, Garment Technology
Laboratories Service Manager