Nominations for Green Globe Awards closing soon


Nominations for the Green Globe Awards, the leading environment awards in NSW recognising excellence, leadership and innovation, close on July 21.

NSW small and large businesses, individuals, state and local government and not-for-profit organisations, which can demonstrate significant environmental achievements are encouraged to nominate for an award.

Sixteen award categories are open for public nomination from business, government and community groups as well as individuals.

You may only nominate an organisation, project or initiative in one award category.

If your organisation has more than one project, you may nominate each project once in the relevant award category.

Multiple entries should be separate and should not reference the same projects or initiatives.

You need to create a separate entry for each award category you wish to enter.

Projects and organisations located outside greater metropolitan Sydney will automatically qualify for the Regional Sustainability Award.

The Premier’s Award for Environmental Excellence will be the highest honour, awarded to the best overall entry decided by the judging panel.

This year there are three new awards:

  • Built Environment Sustainability Award – Infrastructure
  • Natural Environment Sustainability Award
  • Young Sustainability Champion Award


Key dates

Entries close 5pm Monday July 21 2014

Award finalists announced September 2014

Awards ceremony October 2014


To get started, create an online account via the Green Globe Awards website:

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