SCL Sustainability Award
The Sustainability Award is a new initiative under Science City Lyngby. The purpose of the award is to share knowledge about how the members of Science City Lyngby contribute to sustainable solutions and the green transition.
Purpose and target group:
Science City Lyngby’s Sustainability Award is, as the name suggests, an award for the members of Science City Lyngby. All members of Science City Lyngby are invited to participate. We think of it as a status of the green transition in our area. A way to show the citizens and visitors how the city’s many companies and institutions contribute to the green transition. No project or initiative is too big or small, and all members of Science City Lyngby are therefore invited to submit their contributions to a more sustainable way of doing business.
The members of Science City Lyngby are encouraged to submit relevant projects or solutions via a short description with pictures illustrating the project to project manager Marie Juul Madsen at firstname.lastname@example.org no later than October 1st, 2022.
In connection with Science City Lyngby’s conference ‘Partnering for the future’ on 10 November 2022, a jury will select the best solution that meets three criteria:
1) The solution/initiative must relate to at least one of the 17 United Nations SDGs.
2) The candidates must have a connection to Lyngby-Taarbæk Municipality (be a member of Science City Lyngby and CVR-registered).
3) The solution/initiative must have created a sustainable commitment among others.
The jury in 2022 consists of:
Charlotte Algreen, Architect MAA, former chair person of Lyngby-Taarbæk Municipality’s Sustainability Committee
Flemming Horn Nielsen, managing director, Lyngby-Taarbæk Forsyning
Kirsten Ramskov Galamba, Head of Section, DTU CAS
Gitte Kjær-Westermann, chair person of Lyngby-Taarbæk Municipality’s task committee for sustainability
Sofia Osmani, Mayor, Lyngby-Taarbæk Municipality
The Sustainability Award was established within our Network for Green Transition.