WHAT ARE THE GREEN APPLE AWARDS?
The Green Apple Environment Awards were established in 1994 as an annual campaign to recognise, reward and promote environmental best practice around the world.
The Green Apple Awards scheme was one of the first to be accredited by the RSA as an official feeder scheme into the European Business Awards for the Environment,
and is still one of only a handful of accredited campaigns.
Previous Green Apple Award winners have gone on to win European awards, and many have taken on the status of International Green World Ambassador by helping others around
the world to help the environment.
WHO CAN ENTER?
The Future Resource Green Apple Awards are being organised in conjunction with the Future Resource Exhibition at the NEC, Birmingham on September 12 and 13.
Award applications are restricted to the exhibitors and the trophies will be presented at the show on September 13.
All applicants will also be automatically entered into the International Green Apple Awards for Environmental Best Practice and winners will be invited to be presented with their trophies in the Houses of Parliament, Palace of Westminster, London on November 12.
DEADLINE FOR ENTRIES: AUGUST 10, 2018
HOW TO ENTER
Simply complete the entry form below, and use up to 1000 words to go into more detail on why you should win a Green Apple Award.
You can email your entry to firstname.lastname@example.org
Please send postal entries to:-
Future Resource Green Apple Awards
WHO RUNS THE GREEN APPLE AWARDS?
The Green Apple Awards are run by The Green Organisation – an independent,
non-political, non-profit environment group dedicated to recognising,
rewarding and promoting environmental best practice around the world.
THE AIMS OF THE GREEN APPLE AWARDS
• To improve environmental performance
• Encourage the efficient use of resources.
• Enhance the competitiveness of organisations.
• To support the wider goals of sustainable development, including social benefits through
community and staff involvement.
• To help Green Apple Award winners to benefit from their environmental endeavours.