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Nominations open for climate commitment awards

It's time to recognize the brand, companies, retailers and individuals who are actively working to manage and reduce climate change.

Nominations are being accepted for the Climate Collaborative and National Co+op Grocers awards, which recognize companies and individuals exemplifying strong leadership in the fight against climate change.

Nominations, which may be submitted online, are due Nov. 30. Nominations that focus on active, specific projects will be most successful. Companies are not eligible to win in the same category two years in a row, but they can be nominated in other categories. Find out what companies won awards in 2018.

Companies are encouraged to nominate themselves, other outstanding companies or leading individuals in three categories: 

  •     Outstanding Company: This award will go to brands, retailers and other companies that are demonstrating best practices, rapid progress on climate action and/or a new approach to climate change management. Only companies that have made commitments through the Climate Collaborative are eligible for this award.
  •     Outstanding Value Chain Engagement: This award will go to brands, retailers, or other companies that are demonstrating best practice and ambition in climate action in a particular area across the value chain, from sourcing and supplier engagement down to consumers. Only companies that have made commitments through the Climate Collaborative are eligible for this award.
  •     Outstanding Influencer: This award will go to a key company, organization or individual that has taken substantial action to help the industry act on climate change. Nominees do not need to have made commitments through the Climate Collaborative.

Winners will be announced at Climate Day during Expo West 2019. To make a commitment through your company, see ClimateCollaborative.com

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