Back in 2014, GGC Director Karen Sutton founded the GLOBAL GOOD AWARDS (formerly National CSR Awards); a sustainability awards programme which recognises and rewards organisations of all shapes and sizes that are making strides towards a better world for people, the planet and the global economy for their social and environmental sustainability.
The Global Good Awards is the most ‘sustainable’ sustainability awards on the calendar – believing that to reward change, you must take the journey with the entrants too.
Each year, the GGA continues to push the boundaries further: from venues to menus, from dress code to printed material… everything is sustainable.
The GGA has one of the most diverse ranges of categories available in the sustainability awards space, including: community partnership, environmental behaviour change, employee engagement and well-being, carbon footprint reduction, education, sustainable supply chain, circular economy and technology for good.
A fair and transparent judging process, no fees taken until submission, free entry feedback and free use of logos quotes and photos sets the Global Good Awards apart.
Watch the video below and visit the sustainability awards website