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Green Gown Awards Australasia 2010

ACTS were delighted to announce the winners of the FIRST Green Gown Awards Australasia, in association with the UK’s Environmental Association for Universities and Colleges (EAUC) and the Higher Education Environmental Improvement (HEEPI), at the 2010 International ACTS Conference in Melbourne on 30 October 2010. The institutions were awarded in 3 categories, in recognition and honour of the excellent work and progress made towards sustainability by universities and TAFEs.

2010 Green Gown Award Australasia Winners

Continuous Improvement – Institutional Change
  • Winner: Charles Sturt University “Charles Sturt University Energy and Water Initiative”
  • Highly Commended: University of Melbourne; Monash University; University of Wollongong; ANUgreen
Continuous Improvement – Specific Area
  • Winner: ANUgreen “The ANUgreen University Sustainability program”
  • Highly Commended: University of Wollongong; QUT
Student Initiatives and Campaigns
  • Winner: Monash Sustainability Institute “Green Steps – Students turning talk and passion into action to create a sustainable future”
  • Highly Commended: Griffith University; Monash University; Arc@UNSW; ANUgreen; University of Canterbury

A big congratulations to all the 2010 winners and highly commended!

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