Sustainability Champions

We feel that everyone's a winner when it comes to sustainability projects.

Whether your project is big or small, it takes a champion to spread the word and inspire others.

 

2022 Sustainability Champions

Each year North Sydney Council honours local people who make a difference in our community and Local Government Area (LGA).

The North Sydney Community Awards are a perfect opportunity to acknowledge some of these unsung heroes. If you know someone who is worthy of an accolade, we encourage you to nominate them or you can nominate youself.

One category of the awards program is Eco Warriors, recognising a person or group who has made an outstanding contribution to the environment. There are hundreds of sustainability champions in North Sydney and this is a fantastic opportunity to highlight their hard work and dedication. 

All nominations are required to be submitted by 10 December and you can find further details and apply here

 

Share a local sustainability story

If you are working on a sustainability project or know of a resident or local sustainability group worth celebrating - send us an email as we'd love to spread the word across North Sydney. Please email sustainabilityeducation@northsydney.nsw.gov.au and we'll get in touch.

 

2020 Champions

Environmental Citizen of the Year Award - Pool Pod

Pool Pod created a productive food garden in their apartment complex, initiated a composting program, and share their produce, knowledge and skills among the residents. Pool Pod grew more than 15kg of fresh produce and championed sustainable living within an urban context, while also stimulating their sense of community.

 

Young Environmental Citizen of the Year Award - Student Green Team, Monte Sant’ Angelo Mercy College

The Student Green Team represents over 30 dedicated students who are passionate about protecting the natural environment. Guided by their coordinator Mr Tenzing, the students established a recycling and organic food waste collection program which reduced school waste going to landfill by 60%.