Wednesday 16th November 2022
The iiE Awards are back!
Join us on Wednesday 16th November 2022 from 12:30-14:00 online as we gather to recognise and celebrate our member’s fantastic sustainable achievements over the last year.
Whether you’re an existing member or want to know what we are about, you won’t want to miss our exciting schedule with expert speakers lined up!
Dr Sally Uren OBE - Chief Executive - Forum for the Future
Sally oversees Forum for the Future’s mission to accelerate transformation to a just and regenerative future. This involves working with global businesses such as HSBC and Walgreens Boots Alliance, as well as a wide range of other non-profit, membership and philanthropic organisations. This work takes the form of both one to one partnerships and multi-stakeholder collaborations, all designed to address complex challenges in systems as diverse as from food to apparel.
Sally has recently contributed to Forum’s ‘Business Transformation Compass’ – a guide to just and regenerative business, as well as co-authored ‘Driving Co-Benefits for Climate and Health’, private sector guidance for developing integrated climate and health strategies.
Sally is a regular speaker at international conferences and has had articles published in a wide variety of media outlets. She is an independent advisor on Advisory Boards for several global businesses including Kimberly Clark and Burberry and also Co-Chair of the Independent Advisory Group for Travalyst, the global travel and tourism collaboration led by the Duke of Sussex.
Henry Unwin - Director of Sustainability - Daylesford
Henry has worked in sustainability for over a decade and has a deep-rooted passion for the environment sparked by his childhood growing up on an organic farm in Cumbria.
Over his career Henry has worked for a range of organisations including environmental start-ups, charities, regional government and environmental consultancy. After advising Nando’s as a consultant Henry went on to join the restaurant group as their Head of Sustainability. Over his 5 years at Nando’s Henry and the team reduced the carbon footprint of their average meal by 40%, reduced direct emissions by 98% and donated over 2.5 million meals through their industry leading food donation programme. In 2020 Nando’s became the first restaurant group in the world with an approved Science Based Target and commitment to better chicken welfare.
Henry recently joined Daylesford Organic as their Director of Sustainability where he is responsible for keeping this pioneering business at the forefront of sustainable food and farming.
This year’s award categories are
Best Water Reduction 2022
This award recognises businesses that have gone above and beyond to cut their water use.
Sustainable Transport Champion 2022
This award recognises organisations making excellent progress to increase sustainable transport in their organisation.
Best Newcomer 2022
Sponsored by: Hunts & Coombs Solicitors
This award recognises our newer members that have gone above and beyond at the start of their sustainability journey.