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As a not-for-profit initiative, we seek sponsorship funds to secure the long term future of the Awards. We invite organisations to provide financial support to develop the Green Gown Awards in return for sharing their sustainability knowledge and brand exposure.

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The ethos of the Green Gown Awards is to promote the learning and dissemination of knowledge. We bring together events from all over the Awards programme. 

We encourage dialogue and sharing of ideas and approaches whether through resources, forums or other online methods.

If you can't find the event you need, contact us as we can run a number of on-demand events to suit your needs. Find out more about sustainability events and webinars


Green Gown Award Events

  • Scotland Conference 2019 - The Elephants in the Room – 26th November 2019

    This full day conference will look at some of the more controversial and challenging issues facing sustainability professionals within Further and Higher Education today.   This conference will consider the purpose of universities and colleges during a climate emergency and in the pursuit of a mo...

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  • Green Gown Awards 2019 Ceremony - UK & Ireland – 26th November 2019 Green Gown Awards UK & Ireland Awards Ceremony will take place at Glasgow Science Centre on Tuesday 26 November 2019. Address: Glasgow Science Centre, 50 Pacific Quay, Glasgow G51 1EA Website: Timings: (approximat...

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  • Tackling the Climate Emergency in Further and Higher Education – 29th October 2019

    Awareness of climate change is at its highest ever and continues to grow, as are pledges to tackle a climate emergency by countries, companies and Universities.  With an increasing challenge within higher education to prioritise action that is authentic, impactful and inclusive.   In this hour lon...

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Other Events

  • Climate Change - Turning consequences in to solutions – 6th November 2019

    Following last December's UN dire warning that global warming could reach 1.5 degrees C increase over pre industrialisation temperatures by 2030. that’s just 11 years from now – it really is time to act This conference will consider: What are the consequences of climate change &...