EBJ/CCBJ Business Achievement Awards 2016

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EBI has two business achievement award programs, one for each publication. Each are administered by the separate publications.

Through December 23, 2016, EBJ and CCBJ will be accepting nominations from members of the environmental industry for the annual EBJ and CCBJ Business Achievement Awards Program. Nominations can be submitted by companies themselves, people or companies representing other companies, company partners or clients, EBJ and CCBJ staff, and EBJ and CCBJ editorial advisory board members. The EBJ and CCBJ Business Achievement Awards are then selected by a committee of EBJ/CCBJ staff and EBJ/CCBJ editorial advisory board members and released in early January 2017.

See Nomination Guidelines in the sidebarLook to the Right

The 2016 EBJ and CCBJ Business Achievement Awards will be presented in a special ceremony and awards banquet at EBJ/CCBJ's Environmental Industry Summit XV in San Diego, California, on the evening of March 22, 2017. The Environmental Industry Summit is an annual three-day event hosted by EBJ and CCBJ. Dates for the 2017 Summit are March 22-24, 2017 and award recipients are invited to attend to receive their award. ( See what executives have to say about the Environmental Industry Summit )

» Nominations should be received no later than December 23, 2016

EBJ will award gold, silver, bronze medals and honorable mentions for 2016 in the following categories:

  • Business Achievement: Small Firms (less than $20 million)
  • Business Achievement: Mid-size Firms ($20 million to $100 million)
  • Business Achievement: Large Firms (more than $100 million)
  • Mergers & Acquisitions
  • Information Technology
  • Project Merit Awards
  • Technology Merit Awards
  • New Practice Areas
  • Social Contribution
  • Industry Leadership Awards

CCBJ will award gold, silver, bronze medals and honorable mentions for 2016 in the following categories:

  • Growth: Climate change adaptation and resilience
  • Growth: GHG mitigation practice
  • Growth: Low-carbon energy practice
  • Financing: Climate change adaptation and resilience
  • Financing: GHG mitigation
  • Financing: Low-carbon energy
  • Consulting & Engineering: Climate change adaptation and resilience
  • Consulting & Engineering: Low-carbon energy practice
  • Consulting & Engineering: Energy and carbon management
  • Business Model Innovation: Climate change adaptation and resilience
  • Business Model Innovation: Energy efficiency and demand response
  • Business Model Innovation: Clean distributed generation and energy storage
  • Business Model Innovation: Wind/solar integration
  • Advancing Best Practices: Climate change adaptation and resilience
  • Advancing Best Practices: GHG mitigation
  • Advancing Best Practices: Clean distributed generation and energy storage
  • Technology Merit: Climate change risk modeling and assessment
  • Technology Merit: Wind/solar integration
  • Project Merit: Climate change adaptation and resilience
  • Project Merit: Low-carbon energy
  • Project Merit: GHG mitigation
  • Project Merit: Climate change resilient infrastructure
  • Industry leadership
  • NGO Award

» Nominations should be received no later than December 23, 2016

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Nomination Guidelines

Nominations are accepted in 200-word essays in either specific or unspecified categories. Categories or size designations may be adjusted depending on the volume of nominations or the number of worthy recipients. Final awards are determined by a committee of EBI staff and EBI editorial advisory board members.

Nominations should describe distinguishing achievements such as revenue growth or profitability gains; new science or product; turnarounds; entry into new sales channel, market segment or geographic area; noteworthy management initiatives; diversification, acquisition or integration achievements; or initiatives on behalf of consumer education or the industry in general.

In order to be considered for an award, achievements must have occurred in 2016 or (for multi-year projects) have reached a major milestone in 2016. In addition to the essay, please provide or include links to supporting materials, especially third-party reports or documents.

Instead of using the online form, you may also submit your nomination along with the 200-word essay to

Business Achievement Awards