2018 Eco-logic Awards



The Enviropaedia Eco-Logic Awards, introduced in 2011, are designed to recognise individuals, organisations and communities that positively contribute towards a sustainable world. The awards have grown in popularity over the years and present an opportunity for individuals and organisations to submit entries covering services, projects or products to compete in 13 environmental categories.

“This event is perfectly aligned to our value of ‘Planet’ that defines who we are and what we are passionate about as a business,” says Richard Tomes, Sales and Marketing Executive at AfriSam. “Recognising the importance of all role players in creating an environment in which we can all make a difference on the environmental front is key to our success. The awards give us a platform from which we can showcase our efforts, learn from each other and encourage more action from all stakeholders. There is no denying that we are in a global warming crisis and we need to intensify our efforts to address issues of climate change. We are the custodians of this earth and we need to do all that is in our power to advance this cause and mitigate the damage already done.”

The 2018 Eco-Logic Awards gala event will be held on 5 June 2018 and will be an opportunity for eco-logical leaders, professionals and innovators to network and learn from each other. Prior to the event, all projects entered into the competition will be evaluated by a panel of esteemed judges who are experts on environmental matters. From these assessments, winners will be chosen for each category and this will culminate in the announcement of the prestigious Lifetime Achievement Award winner.

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