Nominations for the next Clean50 opened on Earth Day, April 22, and close on Canada Day, July 1. For the ninth time, Delta Management and a team of Clean50 student analysts will be scouting for 50 individual leaders, 10 emerging leaders and 20 sustainability projects from across Canada and from all 16 different categories of the Clean50, looking for people who have made a special contribution to Canada’s sustainable and low-carbon future.
“If you know someone who is deserving or if you yourself would be interested in being considered for a Clean50 award, please visit www.clean50.com to review the criteria, and take three minutes to nominate someone today,” says Gavin Pitchford, executive director of Clean50 and CEO of Delta Management Group. “If you’re a third-year or higher student in environmental studies or business with exceptional communication skills who would like to be a part of the Clean50 research and analysis team this summer as a well-paid intern, prove you’re up to the task by figuring out who to reach and how, and send in your resume and a short note.
“Working on this mission will provide students with remarkable access and insight into which individuals and which companies are committed to positive change,” he adds.
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