Awards Finalists and Winners 2013
The finalists and winners for the Climate Week Awards 2013 have been announced – click on the links on the left to view the the shortlist and winner for each category!
Awards are given for the following categories:
- Best Artistic Response
Provoking creative or cultural responses to climate change through literature, art, music, film, and the performing arts.
- Best Campaign
Campaigns that have helped to create changes in behaviour or attitude.
- Best Climate Ready Initiative
Innovative or effective projects and organisations which help society adapt to the effects of a changing climate.
- Best Community Initiative
Recognising effective projects bringing about change or mobilising people to act at a local level to build sustainable communities.
- Best Educational Initiative
Innovative schemes engaging pupils and students on climate change and ways to combat it.
- Best Initiative by a Governmental or Statutory Body
Recognising effective initiatives to help combat climate change by government departments and statutory bodies.
- Best Initiative by a Large Business***
Initiatives, products and services by large businesses that are making workplaces more sustainable, reducing an organisation’s carbon footprint, or using their influence positively to help combat climate change.
- Best Initiative by a Public or Uniformed Service
Recognising effective initiatives to help combat climate change in healthcare, the emergency services, and the military.
- Best Initiative by a Small or Medium-Sized Business**
Initiatives, products and services by small or medium-sized businesses that are making workplaces more sustainable, reducing an organisation’s carbon footprint, or using their influence positively to help combat climate change.
- Best Local Initiative
Recognising effective initiatives to help combat climate change by local government and regional bodies.
- Best New Product
Exciting new low-carbon products or services.
- Best Technological Breakthrough
Bold new technological innovations helping to advance a low-carbon future.
- Most Inspirational Leader
Outstanding leadership that has transformed or progressed an organisation or community’s approach to combating climate change
- Most Inspirational Young Person*
Recognising the next generation of leaders taking action on climate change.
* Nominees must have been 25 or under on 30 Januray 2013
** Category is for businesses with fewer than 250 employees
*** Category is for businesses with 250 or more employees