2016 SBC's Lifetime Achievement in Sustainability Award


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SBC’s Lifetime Achievement in Sustainability Award (individual)



What is the evaluation criteria for selecting SBC’s Lifetime Achievement in Sustainability Award recipient?
The Lifetime Achievement in Sustainability award was established by the SBC Board of Directors on February 1, 2012 to honor a Southern California business leader for having an extraordinary impact on the sustainable business industry. The individual recipient must be one who fundamentally advanced the sustainable business industry and whose achievements have been acknowledged by the general public as well as by sustainable scholars, critics and peers. The individual’s work must be known as groundbreaking, innovative and contain historical significance for the sustainable business industry. The individual must serve as a role model and inspiration to other sustainable businesses. The individual is required to be a leading contributor to the Southern California economy and society and be headquartered in Southern California. An additional criterion for receiving this award is that recipient is required to be available to accept the award in person and give a brief inspirational talk during the award ceremony.

What is the judging process for evaluating SBC’s Lifetime Achievement in Sustainability Award recipient?
The SBC Steering Committee compiles a roster of candidates using the above criteria. The SBC Board of Directors then selects the finalist. The recipient candidate is notified and upon agreeing to be present to accept the award in person and give a brief inspirational talk becomes the 2016 recipient of SBC’s Lifetime Achievement in Sustainability Award.