Chambers Ireland launches annual Sustainable Business Impact Awards

Chambers Ireland has opened the application process for the Sustainable Business Impact Awards 2022.

Chambers Ireland said: “Measuring the impact of specific projects, these prestigious national awards have become the most significant awards in the field of sustainability and CSR for over fifteen years.

“The awards have also helped galvanize very significant private sector investment in appropriate projects benefiting the environment, communities, charities and the workforce.

“The awards recognize meaningful, high-quality work by companies across different award categories, including environment, charity, volunteering, community, workplace and communication, lasting impact of a small or medium-sized business and diversity, inclusion and equity.

“The awards are aligned with the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and highlight the important role businesses play in achieving our goals in this area by 2030. This work is demonstrated across all chamber communities over 410 companies have participated in over 1,500 projects and won over 250 awards over the lifetime of the awards.”

Ian Talbot, Managing Director of Chambers Ireland, said: “We have seen hundreds of great companies with different projects win at these awards in the past. These projects have benefited the environment, communities, staff, charities and people across Ireland. very proud to be able to hold ceremonies online for two years, it will be great to meet again all the inspiring companies involved in relevant projects at our first physical event in two years in September.”

Margaret Brennan, Chair of Chambers Ireland, said: “Chambers Ireland recognizes the important role businesses have to play in sustainability and enables more businesses to get involved through our network. As part of our commitment, Chambers Ireland last year launched an SDG Toolkit that will help any business start integrating sustainability into their day-to-day business. The toolkit and awards are just two of the many ways Chambers Ireland helps its members to commit to sustainability. These rewards do not occur in isolation but are intrinsically linked and contribute to our core SDG-related activities. »

The awards are sponsored by BAM Ireland and are run in association with the Department of Rural and Community Development, One4all and the EPA. Nominations for the awards are now open online at Sustainable Business Impact Awards (awardsplatform.com)

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