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2023 Society for the Environment Awards
As of February 7, the Society for the Environment (SocEnv) is welcoming nominations for the 2023 edition of the prestigious SocEnv Awards. Nominations for the Environmental Professional of the Year and Registrant Newcomer of the Year awards will be open until 09:00 BST on Tuesday 11th April.
The 2023 SocEnv Awards will recognise outstanding achievements of registered environmental professionals. It is your chance to inspire the next generation, to recognise the skills of your peers and to remind one another why we're here, doing what we do and striving every day to make a difference to the environment.
Nominees for both awards must be registered as a Chartered Environmentalist (CEnv), Registered Environmental Practitioner (REnvP) or Registered Environmental Technician (REnvTech). However, nominations can be submitted by anyone, including self-nominations.
 Past winners
- 2022 - Becky Toal CEnv, Managing Director at Crowberry Consulting Ltd
- 2021 - Dan Reading CEnv, Head of Sustainability at World Sailing
- 2020 - Mandhy Senewiratne CEnv – Director Sustainability, Communication and Change Management at Fyrefly Global Sustainability Ltd AND
- David Symons CEnv – UK Director of Sustainability at WSP
- Recent past winners of the Registrant Newcomer of the Year include:
- 2022 - Paul Field CEnv, Environmental & Compliance (ESG) Manager at Janus International Europe Ltd
- 2021 - Lara Young CEnv, Group Carbon Manager at Costain
- 2020 - Chris Landsburgh CEnv – Environmental and Sustainability Manager at Wills Bros Ltd
 Submit a Nomination
 Video Nomination Pilot
The award winners will be announced by means of a free online celebration event on Tuesday 6th June 2023. To register your attendance and show your support for the work of the selected finalists, please visit: socenv.org.uk/socenv-awards
Now is the time to gain some well-deserved recognition! Nominate yourself or a well-deserved colleague for free, today.
This article appears on the CIAT news and blog site as "2023 SocEnv Awards | Highlight an Outstanding Environmental Professional" on February 7, 2023.
Operating under a Royal Charter, the Society for the Environment, supported by its Member Bodies, is the body responsible for championing and registering professionals with proven competence in their environmental work. We are the custodian of three professional registrations:
- Chartered Environmentalist (CEnv)
- Registered Environmental Practitioner (REnvP)
- Registered Environmental Technician (REnvTech)
Working as a partnership with our Licensed Members, we ensure the quality, relevance and awareness of our registrations and enable our partners and registrants to work together. We are in a unique position, bringing together a range of disciplines and sectors to reflect the multi-disciplinary practice of environmental professionals.
We have registered over 10,000 environmental professionals to date and new registrants are continuing to join the register year on year. The Society has also recognised exceptional contributions of over 70 individuals as Honorary Fellows of the Society for the Environment (HonFSE).
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