SECTOR THREE: BUSINESS & SOCIETY
WINNER: International Certified Sustainability Reporting Master Class using GRI - Total Eco Management (TeM)
Assessment of Partington Cluster Project - National Grid Property Holdings / RSK Group PLC
Seven Ages of Aggregate Industries 2010 Sustainability Report – Aggregate Industries UK Ltd / Robinson and Associates
Brick: building a sustainable resource for the future – Brick Development Association
The event was attended by a dynamic and diverse gathering of business professionals from the UK and abroad. Sustainability is recognised by governments and business as the route to innovation, growth, and job creation in these challenging times.
The sustain’ Magazine Awards for Sustainability, Business & the Built Environment are designed to celebrate the high hopes and hard work, commitment and creativity, radicalism and rigour, inspiration and perspiration of all those achieving distinction and success in the field of Sustainability.
TeM were judged to have the most responsible business practices with proven impact and effect.
Our core business is to show other organisations how to be responsible in recognition of the growing global realisation that sustainability reporting must become part of the DNA of every organisation.
We are bringing the world to sustainability, and taking sustainability to the world as recognised leaders in the green revolution. We show business across the sectors approaches they can take to substantiate their sustainability claims and gain the vital credentials for successful operation in a low carbon economy.
The finanlists for the prestigious Business and Society Governance Award included, three times award winner Aggregate Industries, The National Grid, RSK Group PLC, and The Brick Development Association.
Any organisations; financial, NGO, food and drink, hotels, property and construction, oil and gas, utilities, local authorities, airports, media, events, agriculture, banks etc that wants to show their commitment to sustainability and secure the wide range of business benefits that this brings i.e. increased profits, lower expenditure, enhanced reputation, greater shareholder value, regulatory and legal compliance improved business performance; governance and management can contact TeM for advice.
TeM are very proud to have won the award. As a small company the award evidences its ability to punch well above its weight, TeM are honoured that this was recognised by such an impressive panel of expert judges.
Kye Gbangola, director and founder of TeM, said:
"I am extremely proud to have founded an organisation that is aware of, and cares about people, planet, and profit”. Through universally recognised measurement and reporting; using common, comparable and rankable metrics, a level playing field is created to asses organization no matter what its size or location in the world.”
“Sustainability has become a core issue for all organisations, minimising energy use, carbon, waste, and water, whilst enhancing biodiversity, health well being. We provide 21st century business solutions to our 21st century problems, and nothing excites me more than the challenge of helping to secure the long term resilience of organisations able to succeed in the emerging low carbon global economy”.
from → Nicole Lawler