INTERNATIONAL GREEN AWARDS™ 2010


Winners & Shortlists

Green Awards Winner 2010


Here are the shorlisted and winning organisations for each category of the INTERNATIONAL GREEN AWARDS™ 2010.

 

INTERNATIONAL GREEN AWARDS™ Grand Prix (Awarded by the Judges)

China Environmental Protection Foundation – “Green Pedestrian Crossing” (China)



Best Green Educational Project (Promoting Sustainable Development Issues)

Sponsored by Birds Eye

Wm Morrison Supermarkets PLC – Let’s Grow (UK)
PVR Nest – “CineArt 2010- Cinema & Art for Social Change” (India)
Nedbank Limited – “Caring for our Communities and Saving our World” (South Africa)
Changeworks Resources for Life – “Kitchen Canny” (UK)
International Environment Action Association – “Carton Pack Art Contest” (South Korea)


Best Green New Product Innovation

Sponsored by Microsoft Corporation

Dassault Systemes SolidWorks Corp. – “SolidWorks Sustainability” (USA)
Energy Saving International – “SavaSocket Multi-Socket 6″ (UK)
Kingspan Renewables – “Varisol” (UK)
Method – “Method laundry detergent with smartclean technology™” (USA)
Abellon CleanEnergy Limited – “Eco-Chulha: Biopellets-based Community Cooking Stove” (India)
Kranium – “Kranium Cycling Helmets” (UK)

 

Best Green Third/ Charity Sector Campaign Award

Sponsored by HotelREZ

International Advertising Association – “Hopenhagen” (USA)
Keep Britain Tidy – “Get Behind Keep Britain Tidy” (UK)
Friends of the Earth – “Fix the Food Chain” (UK)
Republic of Bike – “Republic of Bike – a new model for sustainable transport” (UK)
Green Revolution Association – “I’Velo” (Romania)

 

Best Green Advertising Award (Print & Outdoor)

China Environmental Protection Foundation – “Green Pedestrian Crossing” (China)
Toyota Sweden AB – “Toyota Glass of Water” (Sweden)
Coop – “Oecoplan” (Switzerland)
Greenpeace – “Apology From the Future” (UK)

 

Best CSR Report Award

Kingfisher plc – “Future Homes CR Report” (UK)
Tesco PLC – “Tesco Corporate Responsibility Report 2010″ (UK)
The Co-operative Group – “The Co-operative Sustainability Report 2009″ (UK)
John Lewis Partnership – “A Shared Passion” (UK)
MITIE Group Plc – “Responsibility at the heart of our business” (UK)

 

Best Green Direct Response Award (Direct Mail /Drtv / Dr Radio Etc)

Arjowiggins Graphic – “What One Tree Means To Me” (UK)
Arjowiggins Graphic – “No Co2mpromise” (UK)
Just Drinking Water Ltd – “Aquapax A6 Postcard” (UK)

 

Best Green Event Award (Shows / Exhibitions)

National Trust – “A Plant in Time – A Touring Exhibition” (UK)
Apa Nova Bucharest – “The Day When The Entire City Recycles” (Romania)
Global Business of Biodiversity (GBOB) –  ”The first ‘Global Business of Biodiversity’ Symposium” (UK)

 

Best Green Internal Communications Awards

Anglian Water Services Limited – “Biodiversity Field Guide & Intranet” (UK)
Aster Group – “Planet Passion”  (UK)
NATS – “Small Steps – Acting Responsibly Internal Communication Campaign” (UK)
Telefonica O2 UK – “Think Big” (UK)

 

Best Green International Campaign Awards

Sponsored by Hayes & Jarvis

Convention on Biological Diversity – “The International Year of Biodiversity” (UK)
The Timberland Company – “Don’t tell us it can’t be done” (USA)
Kimberly-Clark Professional – “Reduce Today – Respect Tomorrow” (USA)
Greenpeace – “Action-Pact” (Australia)

 

Best Green Mixed Media Award (Integrated)

Toyota Sweden AB – “Toyota Glass of Water” (Sweden)
International Advertising Association – “Hopenhagen” ( USA)
Mooncup Ltd – “Love Your Vagina” (UK)
Green Party – “Green Party General Election campaign” (UK)
Yealands Estate Wines Ltd – “My Green Idea” (New Zealand)

 

Best Green Moving Image Award (Audio-Visual / TV Spot / Short Film / Animation)

Scottish Government – “Greener Travel & Transport” (UK)
Hellenic Ministry of Environment, Energy and Climate Change – “The Shave” (Greece)
Emirates Wildlife Society (EWS) / WWF United Arab Emirates – “UAE Ecological Footprint Animation” (UAE)
Coop -”C’est réel” (Switzerland)
Department of Energy and Climate Change (DECC) – “The Low Carbon Communities Challenge Film” (UK)
Story of Stuff Project – “The Story of Bottled Water” (USA)

 

Best Green Packaging Award

Planet People – “iQ: The Smarter Cleaner” (Canada)
Dell – “Bamboo – nature’s packaging solution” (USA)
Puma AG – “Clever Little Bag” (Germany)
Lush – “Knot Wrap Scarves” (UK)

 

Best Green PR Campaign Award

RecycleBank – “Waste not, want not” (UK)
Coca-Cola HBC Romania – “Separate Collection Program” (Romania)
Crowne Plaza Copenhagen Towers – “Our Guests Are Electric” (Denmark)
British Gas – “Generation Green Think Tank” (UK)

 

Best Green Public Sector Campaign Awards

Sponsored by Yell

Forum for the Future – “Farming Futures – practical action on climate change” (UK)
Gateshead Council – “Your New Blue Bin – Changing Recycling Behaviour” (UK)
MaiMultVerde – “Monument to the Unknown” (Romania)
Greater London Authority (GLA) – “Capital Growth” (UK)
Lambeth Council – “BIG Difference: Helping the environment” (UK)

 

Best Green Use of Online Media Award (Banners / Social Media Campaigns / Websites)

Ecomodo – “The marketplace of good returns” (UK)
J Sainsbury plc – “Our values make us different” (UK)
Cape Farewell – “2010 Expedition Blog” (UK)
London Borough of Brent – “BrentGoingGreen” (UK)
Greater London Authority – “Climate Change Adaptation Consultation” (UK)

 

Best Green Use of Mobile Apps and Technologies

River Cottage – “Landshare” (UK)
Toyota Sweden AB – ” Toyota Glass of Water” (Sweden)
Royal Horticultural Society – “Grow Your Own” (UK)
London Borough of Brent – “Brent Going Green” (UK)

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