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May 3, 2017 10:52 am

SustainPHL is back for its second year

The awards show honoring Philly's sustainability community returns Aug. 3. Nominations are now open.

Saleem Chapman receives a SustainPHL award in 2016.

(Photo by Julie Zeglen)

Green Philly’s sustainability awards event, SustainPHL, is returning on Thursday, Aug. 3.

Know someone in Philly who deserves to be named the 2017 Impact Business Leader, Climate Hero, Neighborhood Champion, Sustainability Mentor or Activist of the Year? Or an org that should be crowned Most Improved Business, Inclusive Economies, Sustainable Communities or #FuturePHL?

You have a little over a week to ponder it: Nominations close on Friday, May 12, at 8 p.m.

Submit your noms

Check out last year’s winners here, and the rockin’ acceptance speech of last year’s Local Advocate winner Saleem Chapman here.

(Psst, note that we just announced the opening of nominations for our own v cool awards, the INTER/VIEW Shoutouts, honoring impact workplaces and the like. That deadline is this Friday, May 5.)

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