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London 2022 Sustainable City Awards

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Feb 9 2022

The awards are an opportunity to celebrate London’s incredible Changemakers: individuals and organisations creating change to help Londoners from all backgrounds live and work in ways that are good for the health of people and the planet. 

Nominations are now open to vote for a teacher or school from your borough who have been doing amazing things to make H&F more sustainable. Submit your nomination for London’s changemakers on our website before 22nd February.

Nominations for the Awards are now open for London’s educational, public, and voluntary & community sector.

We’d love for you to share news of the awards with your networks to encourage as many nominations before they close on 22 February.

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Submit your own nomination for London’s changemakers on our website

The Awards are supported by Mayor of London and LEDNet (London Environment Directors’ Network), and sponsored by Investec. Winners will be celebrated at an online ceremony on 11th May, 3:30pm – 5:30pm (register to attend the ceremony). Find out more about the categories and the Terms and Conditions on our website.

Who do you know who is driving change for a green and thriving London? Make your nomination before 22 Feb! For any questions or further information, please contact sustainablecityawards@globalactionplan.org.uk.

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