The awards will take place at Curzon Bloomsbury on Monday 1st July 2019, as part of the Mayor of London’s inaugural London Climate Action Week. Featuring a keynote by leading international eco-lawyer Farhana Yamin, contributions from climate champions across the sector and hosted by spoken word artist and Barbican Young Poet Amani Saeed, this promises to be a provocative and inspiring evening.

With the magnitude of the climate emergency now finally reaching the mainstream, our Creative Green programme frames the actions that each and every UK cultural organisation can take, right now, within the climate battle to drastically reduce their carbon footprint and drive change across the sector. With over 300 Creative Green certificates awarded, the awards are a moment for the sector to showcase their leadership in climate action.

The Shortlist

Congratulations to all of the organisations who have been nominated.

We are very proud to announce this year's judges are:

  • Juliet Davenport, Founder and Chief Executive of Good Energy,
  • Bella Sereno, Environmental and Resource Manager at Tate,
  • Jonathan Badyal, Head of Communications at Universal Music UK,
  • Julie Godefroy, Sustainability Consultant and Chartered Engineer.

We are also proud to announce that First Mile, Seacourt Printing and Pilio are sponsoring the evening, with Good Energy also sponsoring the award for Highest Achievement for Improvement. We thank them all for their generous support.

To find out more about our Creative Green Community please get in touch - [email protected].

About Creative Green

Creative Green is a programme of Julie’s Bicycle that offers a broad range of services that help organisations scope, understand, prioritise and advocate environmentally sustainable practices. A core part of this programme is the Creative Green certification scheme, which enables organisations to begin their sustainability journey to demonstrate best practice and leadership. The certification is a framework for sustainability action, representing a community of pioneering cultural organisations driving change. With over 300 certificates awarded since its launch in 2009, Creative Green remains the only environmental certification designed specifically for the creative and cultural sector. It supports organisations’ environmental impact reductions through its three strands: Commitment, Understanding and Improvement. Points are accrued within each strand and a one to five star certification is awarded based on the total number gained.

Find out more and join the Creative Green programme

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