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May 23, 2018 10:23 am

Nominate your local sustainability faves for the third annual SustainPHL awards

Green Philly's awards show and celebration returns Thursday, Aug. 16.

Kirtrina Baxter of Soil Generation receiving the Sustainable Communities award.

(Photo by Dave Rosenblum)

Come Thursday, Aug. 16, it’ll be time again to recognize Philly’s sustainable changemakers at Green Philly’s SustainPHL.

The third annual award show from the consulting company and blog will highlight community impact leaders, for-profit businesses, government and civic orgs, and nonprofits for their impactful sustainability efforts.

Per a press release, the event will “reflect on our city’s collective accomplishments on its journey to becoming ‘the greenest city in the country,’ as well as how attendees can get involved in the movement.”

SustainPHL nominations are now open for nine awards in the following categories:

  • Impact Business Leader
  • Business Innovation
  • Inclusive Economies
  • Climate Hero
  • Sustainability Mentor
  • Sustainable Communities
  • Neighborhood Champions
  • Activist of the Year
  • #FuturePHL

Finalists will be chosen by sustainability experts, past award recipients and the SustainPHL committee. See 2017’s winners here and 2016’s winners here. Noms are due May 31.

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