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NOMINATIONS OPEN FOR NSW GREEN GLOBE AWARDS

08-06-2016
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Do you know of a business, government initiative or individual that is a game changer in environmental sustainability?

If so, why not nominate them for a NSW Green Globe Award.

The Green Globe Awards showcase businesses, community groups and individuals who are leading the way in building an innovative and greener NSW.

Nomination categories include:


• Business Leadership Award
• Community Leadership Award
• Public Sector Leadership Award
• Sustainable Champion Award
• Young Sustainability Champion Award
• Built Environmental Award
• Natural Environment Award
• Resource Efficiency Award
• Climate Change Leadership Award
• Innovation Award


Nominations are open until July 11, 2016.

For more information, please visit the OEH website or call 02 9995 5889 or 02 8837 6380.

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