Our sponsors and partners
Celestino is an Australian-owned family business. By providing their valued customers with a wide range of opportunities to live, work and play in their visionary communities, they aim to create tomorrows' success stories.
Celestino developments are carefully designed to be inclusive and a vibrant addition to the existing environment. They will be respectful to the surroundings and be places where people can enjoy the best that life has to offer.
The GPT Group
GPT is an active owner and manager of a $10.1 billion diversified portfolio of high quality Australian retail, office and logistics property assets and a Funds Management platform with $10 billion of property assets under management. The Group owns and manages some of Australia's most iconic real estate assets, including the MLC Centre and Australia Square in Sydney, Melbourne Central and Highpoint Shopping Centre in Melbourne and One One One Eagle Street in Brisbane.
The NSW Environment Protection Authority (NSW EPA) protects our environment and the community by being a leader, partner and protector. It achieves this through programs such as Love Food Hate Waste, Hey Tosser and the Container Deposit Scheme which will be implemented in 2017. The NSW EPA are proud to support the Green Globes Awards in their efforts to recognise organisations and individuals who take action to create a more sustainable environment.
AIRAH is an independent, specialist, not-for-profit technical organisation that is the recognised voice of the Australian air conditioning, refrigeration and heating industry. We aim to minimise the environmental footprint of our vital sector through communication, education and encouraging better practice.
Australian Sustainable Built Environment Council
The Australian Sustainable Built Environment Council (ASBEC) is the peak body of key organisations committed to a sustainable built environment in Australia.
The Banksia Foundation, through its national Banksia Sustainability Awards recognise and reward Australian individuals, communities, organisations, government and industry on their leadership and innovation in sustainability. The 2016 Banksia Sustainability Awards comprise 11 category Awards, 3 specialist Awards as well as the overall Banksia Gold Award.
This year, the Green Globe Awards have partnered with the Banksia Sustainability Awards to provide you with an opportunity to have your sustainability achievements recognised on a national platform. By entering the Green Globe Awards in 2016, you will be eligible for a 25% discount into the Banksia Sustainability Awards. Just enter code NSWGGA25 at the Banksia checkout.
Centre for Sustainability Leadership
At the Centre for Sustainability Leadership, we provide cutting-edge, capability building and leadership development for individuals, organisations and communities who have the passion, potential and commitment to make a better future.
Energy Efficiency Council
The Energy Efficiency Council is Australia's peak body for energy efficiency, cogeneration and demand management. The Council is a not-for-profit membership association which exists to make sensible, cost effective energy efficiency measures standard practice across the Australian economy. The Council works on behalf of our members to promote stable government policy, provide clear information on energy efficiency to energy users and drive the quality of energy efficiency products and services.
HIAGreenSmart is an industry led initiative for the residential building industry which provides an opportunity to learn and promote sustainable homes and building practices. Established in 1999, the program has trained over 6000 building professionals and accredited homes and residential projects across Australia as meeting the HIAGreenSmart principles.
Institute for Sustainable Futures
The Institute for Sustainable Futures (ISF) is a research institute based at the University of Technology, Sydney with a mission to create change towards sustainable futures. ISF conducts independent project-based research for industry, government and community clients in Australia and internationally that informs practical solutions for real world problems.
Landcare Australia is a not-for-profit organisation, leading the promotion of and providing financial support to the Landcare national resource management programme in Australia; aligning the practice of environmental management with land productivity, and devolving governance and management to local communities. Landcare Australia works collaboratively with federal, state and local governments, corporate partners and sponsors, and individuals, to deliver hundreds of projects annually through the volunteer efforts of local community groups, indigenous groups, and the more than 5,400 Landcare and Coastcare groups across Australia.
Trans-Tasman Business Circle
The Trans-Tasman Business Circle partners with the region's leading organisations growing their strategic relationships, insights and profile.
Waste Contractors and Recyclers Association of NSW
The Waste Contractors and Recyclers Association of NSW (WCRA) is a registered industrial body of employers that addresses business issues relating to the waste and recycling industry on behalf of its constituent Members. The WCRA has 192 Members who own, operate or control 95% of vehicles used in waste and recycling collections across NSW and the ACT.
Page last updated: 07 February 2017