The three finalists of the 2013 IEMA Graduate Award have only four days to wait until the winner of this year's prize is revealed.
The four judges - Land Securities’ Neil Pennell, Chair of the IEMA Board Diana Montgomery, Editor of ‘the environmentalist’ Paul Suff and Will Parsons, Managing Editor Edie.net and Sustainable Business magazine - have chosen three finalists from this year's record number of entries. The winner will now be named on Thursday where the Graduate Award is being hosted by the Edie Sustainability Leaders Awards in London.
This year's shortlist includes:
|Lee Collier - An Environmental Science graduate from the University of Greenwich who works as Energy & Environment Advisor at Linklaters LLP.|
Coco Smits - A Graduate Environmental Scientist/Consultant for Royal Haskoning DHV with an MSc in Environmental Sciences from Wageningen University
Hanna Hayward - Sustainability Advisor for the London Region for BAM Construction who boasts a first class BSc in Environmental Geoscience from Cardiff University.
During Thursday's ceremony, the winner will be presented with a £1000 cheque and a Sustainability Leaders Awards trophy by Neil Pennell and IEMA’s CEO Tim Balcon. They will also benefit from one year’s free IEMA Graduate membership, as will the two runners up.
The winner and runners-up will be revealed at here at IEMA News and on Twitter @iemanet on Thursday evening, with further details in the December issue of ‘the environmentalist’
IEMA would like to take this opportunity to thank Land Securities and Edie-Sustainable Business for their much-valued and continuing support of the IEMA Graduate Award.
Posted on 18th November 2013
IEMA reacts to IPCC report: AR6 Climate Change 2021
- 9th August 2021
IEMA reacts to CCC Progress report to Parliament
- 24th June 2021
IEMA reacts to Climate Change Committee Report
- 15th June 2021
IEMA Reacts to Queen’s Speech
- 11th May 2021
Enhancing Scotland’s EIA Community - Scotland’s EIA Conference 2021 moves online
- 22nd April 2021
IEMA launches senior management briefing on how organisations can benefit from effective environmental auditing
- 29th March 2021