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GREEN GLOBE AWARD NOMINATIONS OPEN

04-07-2016
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Nominations for the 17h Green Globe Awards are open with all entries closing 5pm Monday July 11.

These awards focus on efforts in sustainability and conservation, and will ensure the promotion of work to the wider community.

You can nominate yourself or someone you know for the sustainability champion award or the young sustainability champion award.

The NSW Green Globe Awards recognise innovation, leadership and excellence in efficiency and sustainability, taking a look at the green building design initiatives that are shaking up the industry.

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