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Join us as we celebrate the products, organisations and brands helping to protect the future of our planet.
Entries are officially open for Marie Claire UK’s annual Sustainability Awards, now in its second year, where we celebrate the brands, organisations and products that are taking on the climate crisis.
Sustainability needs to be much more than a trend that brands pay lip service to. That’s why we’re looking to highlight the businesses that are going above and beyond to protect the future of our planet and make a genuine difference.
Are you part of a brand or organisation that puts purpose before profit, is experimenting with more sustainable business models or making a measurable, positive environmental impact? Then get your work the recognition it deserves and enter the 2022 Sustainability Awards now.
Your entry will be judged by some of the best sustainability experts in the industry. Keep reading to meet our incredible panel of judges, and make sure you submit your entry by 6pm on Friday 8 April.
Photojournalist, Labor Rights Activist, Sustainable Fashion Blogger
Head of Marketing, Decanter
Alex has over a decade’s experience in the wine industry across retail, marketing, wine writing and judging. He is currently Decanter’s Head of Marketing with a key part of his role involving the brand’s prestigious Decanter World Wine Awards and global events programme.
Magazine Editor, Decanter
Founder, Nc’nean Distillery
Previous strategy consultant, Annabel left her job in 2013 to pursue an ambition to change the way the world thinks about whisky, with the planet front of mind. Unafraid to disrupt the ‘rules’ for conventional Scotch. Nc’nean aims to break down the barriers associated with whisky to encourage a younger, more diverse audience to think differently about the ways it can be produced and enjoyed.
Sustainability Expert, Author & TV Personality
Ashlee Piper is a sustainability expert, author, speaker and media personality whose work has been featured on 250+ television segments, including The TODAY Show & Good Morning America, and in VOGUE, The Washington Post, InStyle, & NY Magazine, to name a few. Piper believes in the power of our individual habits and creating the ideal conditions for anyone to make small, sustainable shifts. Piper’s book, Give A Sh*t: Do Good. Live Better. Save the Planet. has been branded the ‘sustainability Bible.’ She’s consulted on sustainability practices with well-known companies such as airbnb, LUSH, Nissan, and Eileen Fisher, has been a cabinet level advisor to two Massachusetts Governors, and has spoken at the United Nations and TED. She holds a BA from Brown University and a Masters degree in Evidence-Based Social Intervention from the University of Oxford, UK.
Creative Director, Barbeline London
Barbeline initially began her design career in 2012, producing quirky patterned childrenswear, “I have always had a passion for interiors, but when I first started designing the Scandi vibe of clean lines and minimalism was still very much the trend, so I decided to specialise in childrenswear, where fun is at the forefront. Friends would come to our home and say how much they loved the punchy patterns and colour we had in every room but were almost fearful of trying it themselves. I began making cushions and lampshades for them, and encouraged them to be bold, bright and try new things.”