We have one planet, and one Australia. Almost every action we make day-to-day affects Australia’s future, and the world we live in. This category focusses on small to medium-sized businesses reducing their environmental impact by driving sustainable change for a cleaner and healthier planet.
If you are achieving one or more of the following Category examples, consider nominating and entering your business for this Award.
For businesses advocating for policy change to drive greater environmental protections.
For businesses funding or subsidising research and development into renewable energy technologies and efficiency initiatives.
For businesses prioritising ecological sustainability to better protect, manage and restore Australia's fragile and unique natural environment.
For businesses with initiatives, products or services that contribute to or encourage conservation, reduction, re-use and recycling.
For businesses heavily focussed on holistically reducing their environmental impact.
Sea Forest cultivates a natural solution to climate change. The eco-tech company is among the first to commercially grow Asparagopsis, a native red seaweed with the ability to significantly reduce livestock methane emissions.
NatureArt Lab is a natural science art and illustration organisation. It promotes greater community engagement in the natural world via nature-art immersion tours, environmental advocacy and citizen science.
Go For Zero’s mission is to make positive change simple. Its wide range of thoughtfully curated, toxin-free sustainable products and generous ‘give back’ program demonstrates that business can be a force for good.
Founded by homebrewers Craig Basford and Jason Harris as a passion project in 2006, Big Shed Brewing is now a thriving brewery, taproom and eatery located in Western Adelaide.
To enter, the following set of eligibility criteria that must be met. Each category also has specific criteria requirements too. If you have any questions about these conditions or eligibility please contact us.
Nominations for the 2023 program have now closed, but don't worry - we accept nominations all year round, so you can always nominate for the next program.
15 November – 18 November
If your Pitch Pack entry is successful, you will proceed to Q&A. Click below for details on category information, selection criteria and eligibility.
28 November 2022
Entrants who are successful in Q&A will move on to compete at a State Level. Click below for details on category information, selection criteria and eligibility.