Tips for submitting a standout nomination
- Tell us the story of your journey and achievements.
- Use clear, concise and reader-friendly plain English. Avoid jargon.
- Outline how over the last 2 years (or 10 years for the Lifetime Achievement Awards or 1 year for the Young Sustainability Champion Award) you engaged and collaborated with people to achieve success, and what made your project unique and innovative?
- Ideally, the nominee or the project's owner should complete the nomination or have extensive input.
- Support your claims with clear evidence. Use hard facts and figures that are quantifiable. Where possible, provide external verification of achievements.
- Supply good quality images that tell the story of your project and its success. This does not include logos, brandmarks and other corporate 'identity'. Just think, what would you like to see in media release, online or case study about your achievement?
The first 3 criteria are for the award categories listed below. You must provide evidence of your past achievements, engagement, partnerships, leadership and innovation over the last 2 years (2017 to 2019).
- Built Environment Award
- Business Leadership Award
- Climate Change Leadership Award
- Community Leadership Award
- Innovation Award
- Natural Environment Award
- Public Sector Leadership Award
- Resource Efficiency Award
- Sustainability Champion Award
Each of the following 3 criteria will account for one third of the final scores in judging.