Greenhouse PR named Green PR Company of the Year



Awards that celebrate businesses and NGOs taking action to tackle environmental risks and take the opportunities sustainability presents, have named Greenhouse PR as Green PR Company of the Year 2015.

The PR firm collected the BusinessGreen Leaders Award in front of 500 executives, entrepreneurs, campaigners, and politicians from across the green economy during an award ceremony in London.

Anna Guyer, founder of Greenhouse PR, commented, “We love the work we do and put everything into it, so it fantastic to be recognised for the results we achieve.

“We have a focus and mission to work with businesses, entrepreneurs and NGO’s to create change and build a more sustainable future. What was so inspiring about the Awards was seeing not only green innovators and pioneering entrepreneurs, but also major businesses like IKEA making tangible commitments to taking actions on sustainability.”

The judges were unanimous in choosing Greenhouse as the Green PR Company of the Year being recognised for delivering “global multi-platform campaigns” that show communications can deliver real change

Other individuals and organisations recognised in the awards include Andrew Wordsworth of Sustainable Venture Development Partners, which works with investors, entrepreneurs and partners to create and develop sustainable companies, and Good Energy, a 100% renewable energy firm.

The National Trust’s Plas Newydd marine source heat pump was also named Renewable Energy Project of the Year. The marine-source heat pump, the largest in the UK, was completed in May last year and is part of the organisation’s wider plan to halve its use of fossil fuels by 2020.

Photo: Susan Maxwell via Freeimages

Further reading:

National Trust plans ambitious renewable energy rollout

Ethical investment pioneer: Simon Leadbetter, Blue & Green Tomorrow

Why I chose ethical investment: using money to create change

Renewables firm Good Energy to accept Bristol Pound

Renewable energy specialists Good Energy and Ecotricity ‘setting benchmark’ in customer satisfaction


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