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Changing Behaviour

10 Dec 2013

The Changing Behaviour Award recognises businesses whose initiatives to change behaviour have helped deliver continuing improvement in environmental performance. These initiatives can be aimed at employees, customers and/or their supply chain.

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Circular Economy

10 Dec 2013

The Circular Economy Award is a new award for the best entry to any category that has demonstrated the advantage of a closed loop (cradle to cradle) approach to material use.

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Energy

10 Dec 2013

The Energy Award recognises businesses that contribute to reducing energy consumption and CO2 emissions in Scotland. This category is aimed at businesses that have significantly reduced energy consumption within their own organisation or through providing a service, developing an energy saving product or through working in partnership with others.

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Environmental and Clean Technology

10 Dec 2013

The Environmental and Clean Technology Award reflects how new technologies can promote sustainable consumption, reduce environmental impacts and create new business opportunities. This category is aimed at businesses that are developing or have developed a new technology that brings clear environmental improvements and business opportunities.

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Hydro Nation

10 Dec 2013

The Hydro Nation Award is a new award for businesses who have demonstrated expertise in maximising the economic benefit of water resources in Scotland and/or internationally. This category is aimed at businesses that can demonstrate how their usage, products or water services have brought environmental improvement and business benefits.

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Management Large Category

10 Dec 2013

This category is aimed at businesses that are taking a holistic approach to environmental improvement and can demonstrate the associated economic and social benefits that have been achieved. The Management Award is split into two sections – Large (over 250 employees) and Small to Medium Sized Enterprises -SMEs (less than 250 employees).

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Management SME Category

10 Dec 2013

This category is aimed at businesses that are taking a holistic approach to environmental improvement and can demonstrate the associated economic and social benefits that have been achieved. The Management Award is split into two sections – Large (over 250 employees) and Small to Medium Sized Enterprises - SMEs (less than 250 employees).

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Transport

10 Dec 2013

The Transport Award recognises businesses that have reduced transport-related fuel consumption and consequent CO2 emissions.

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Waste and Resources

10 Dec 2013

The Waste and Resources Award is for businesses who can demonstrate that through effective management they have diverted waste from landfill whilst saving money and/or creating new business opportunities.

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VIBES Winners 2013

23 Nov 2013

This 2013 VIBES Awards ceremony took place at The Hub in Edinburgh and what a fantastic day it was! Around 280 guests attended the event.

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Get the recognition for your sustainable credentials – Come to our launch events

We are holding 9 free launch events all across Scotland so you can learn all about the VIBES - Scottish Environment Business Awards application process and get some tips from previous winners.

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Evolution of organisational sustainability

Our sponsors, University of Stirling Management School and Centre for Sustainable Practice and Living, share with us the evolution of organisational sustainability. At which stage is your organisation in the journey?

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