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We’re all facing an unprecedented health emergency, but IEMA is still here to support its members and champion their great work as together they transform the world to sustainability.
With a landscape that seems to be shifting on an almost daily basis, these aren’t normal circumstances for anyone, so IEMA has made the decision to extend the entry deadline for the IEMA Sustainability Impact Awards to midnight on Thursday 14 May.
During these extraordinary times, IEMA feels it is still important to recognise the work of individuals, teams and organisations in its profession – so that IEMA can showcase the vital role that environment and sustainability professionals can play, and build this into the recovery process when this crisis is over.
Follow IEMA’s four Top Tips below to maximise your entries.
1. Start now. Entries received early will be reviewed by the team and allow IEMA to flag up any further requirements prior to the judging day.
2. Check the dates. Ensure that your entry is for the period indicated in the eligibility criteria for each specific category.
3. Sell the people/project/product. What is the biggest achievement or unique selling point? Bring out the winning points. Explain what is unique or innovative about your entry, how important it is, or the scale of the challenges that had to be overcome.
4. Send supporting photos. Photos are invaluable to the submission as they will be used to represent your entry at the awards ceremony and in the winners write up, should your entry be successful. Think about which images bring your entry to life.
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