Hosted by the Enviropaedia, the 9th annual Eco-Logic Awards ceremony will be held in 2020.
The awards recognise South African communities or government institutions; business projects, services or products; organisations or individuals who are contributing to our urgent quest for a more sustainable world.
It’s all too easy to get swamped in the bad news of escalating climate change, oceans of plastic and the fears of our young generations about the world they will inherit.
The Eco-Logic Awards serve as a light sabre cutting through the dark gloom and doom of the current state of our planet to highlight that there are bright green solutions that we as consumers and citizens can support.
Can you help give SA a greener, healthier and happier tomorrow? Are you or your business doing great things for the environment? Do you know a business or individual who is?
You are invited to nominate an eco champion or organisation you believe is making a positive contribution towards creating an ecological society and environment.
The Eco-Logic Awards are looking for products, services, projects, individuals or organisations that embrace and reflect the following values and qualities:
Lifts us above ‘doom and gloom’ beliefs and attitudes – inspiring and motivating us to achieve an environmentally healthy and sustainable future (10 points)
Looking (holistically and systemically) beyond our own narrow focused interests and objectives to see how we can achieve synergies and mutual benefit for others impacted by our business activities (10 points)
Reconnection and building a regenerative relationship with nature
Minimising harm to the Earth (10 Points) and creating benefits for the Earth and its ecosystems (another 10 points)
Three dimensional intelligence
Utilising a combination of Instincts, Intellect and Intuition (3DI) to produce innovative products or services that are intellectually and emotionally intelligent (smart + feel-good = Wise) (20 points)
Building a mutually respectful, caring and co-operative society (10 points)
Eco-ethical production and consumption
Producing goods and services of high quality (durable) in a manner that has minimum negative impact on people and planet and produces no waste (recyclable or upcyclable) (20 points)
Reflecting long-term thinking and planning (10 points)
Enter the awards
Complete your entry form online.
The awards are currently only open for organisations operating in South Africa.