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Review panel chair Lara Young reflects on the 27 Carbon Champions confirmed so far, and gives thought to what the panel is looking to see next.
Last week, ICE hosted an event to introduce our first cohort of Carbon Champions. Five champions from around the UK took us through their carbon-saving journey and showcased their projects and what tangible actions had been taken to eliminate carbon emissions.
I’d like to highlight some of the innovative approaches that we’ve seen so far, and give potential applicants a flavour of what the review panel is looking for in future ICE Carbon Champions.
The panel was extremely impressed by all of our 27 recently announced ICE Carbon Champions.
Here are a few snapshots of some successful projects and shout-outs to the individuals leading this change:
Over the last few months, the ICE’s Carbon Champions Review Panel have designed and implemented a rigorous Champion submission review matrix, and have been assessing all submissions received.
With over 40 submissions received so far, we have already seen some brilliant case studies, and have awarded the Carbon Champions status to nine projects so far, which are made up of 27 individuals and 15 organisations.
Our Champion submission review matrix follows a detailed question set and ensures we identify and recognise the relevant and tangible examples of industry best practice and industry game changers.
We are not looking to recognise great ideas. We are looking to recognise where those great ideas have been taken forward and become a reality.
To ensure this, we have set out a very clear expectation of what every Carbon Champion must meet to gain the ICE Carbon Champion status.
A submission must include:
We are keen to see more practical examples of how carbon is being eliminated across your project and are eager to share them to encourage others to do the same, so that in time these becomes the new industry norm.
For more information on how to apply, please visit ICE Carbon Champions, where you will find guidance and T&Cs.
For reassurance and to avoid any conflicts of interest, no members of the panel assess submission that involves their parent company.
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