At a time when radical change to address the climate change challenge is not a ‘nice to have’, but an essential part of good business practice, we are delighted to support the CIHT to shine a light on best practice in low carbon initiatives across our sector. This issue will impact on all of us, as individuals, and as public and private sector organisations, big and small. We need to come together to tackle this issue – the most important facing ours and future generations, working in partnership to find solutions and new ways of working.
In this webinar we will present the shortlisted entries for the entries under the theme Shaping the Future.
The award categories covered in this webinar are:
This year, the CIHT Awards will be presented in a new and different way. Never more than now, has there been a reason to celebrate who we are, and how we will safeguard the future of our industry. For this reason, CIHT has developed a programme of digital initiatives, designed to share knowledge from all those companies that have been shortlisted, through to the announcements of the winners.
If You or Your Organisation Entered the Awards
This webinar is a must attend to see if your work made the grade and if you are one step closer to winning a prestigious CIHT Award.
See if your work makes the grade and see what your competition is.
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This award recognises projects, schemes, products or strategies delivered or developed by the highways and transportation industry that can demonstrate a contribution to sustainable working practices, that have mitigated climate change through carbon reduction and that have created environmental benefits with either a global or local impact.
The entries should explain how the initiative mitigates climate change through carbon reduction and as best as possible the initiative’s potential to address climate change if applied more widely. The entry can also address how the initiative’s implementation has been positive for the organisation in terms of innovation, employee engagement and satisfaction, and profitability and business success. The entry must show that the organisation has provided leadership and vision in addressing climate change.
Examples of entries (but not limited to)
We want to hear and celebrate what you and your organisation are doing to address climate change.
We ensure there is no obstacle to enter. Free to enter, no project too big or too small, any location and judged by impartial expert judges with a diversity of experience and opinion.
To enter this year’s awards, your work needs to have been live at some point between 1/1/2019 and 28/02/2020 and can address all 4 judging criteria.