We are looking for outstanding individuals, projects or initiatives that are helping to deliver at least one of the seven national goals of the Well-being of Future Generations Act, contributing to the environmental, social, cultural and economic sustainability of life in Wales. Winners will not only receive due recognition for their efforts but will join a growing community of organisations and people who are building a more resilient, wiser, kinder, prosperous and healthier Wales.
Provide facts and figures to backup your application. This can include financial savings or carbon cutting. If itâ€™s a visual change, consider including before and after photos that help demonstrate how something has improved. Graphs are welcome.
Remember to include the big and the little things. As well as the high impact achievements, make sure you capture the smaller things that have had a positive effect. Also, try to include the surprising or unintended results that have made a difference.
Sustainability is all about long term thinking so your submission can be part of a much bigger project. The key criteria is that your project has reached a significant milestone in the last year, which has already created change.
Applications need to be submitted by the deadline of Monday 10 September 2018.