The Beauty Shortlist launches new Eco Lifestyle Awards for 2021

by | Oct 23, 2020

The Beauty Shortlist are launching the first ever Beauty Shortlist ECO LIFESTYLE Awards for 2021.

 

“These new Eco Awards are all about encouraging consumers to lead a much less throw-away lifestyle – choosing planet-friendly, recyclable, zero waste products that help protect our collective home, our planet, instead,” says founder Fiona Klonarides.

 

The awards will be judged by a select panel of green living experts including Katie Hill, founder of sustainable, ethical living magazine My Green Pod, and eco lifestyle and zero waste advocate Bryanna Martonis, founder of The Eco Logical. US judges include freelance green beauty editor Jessica Ourisman.

The Awards remain 100% sponsor-free and provide a level, equitable playing field for big household names and indie artisan brands alike.  The first ever global Beauty Shortlist Eco Lifestyle Awards will shine the spotlight on the brightest, most sustainable and solution-orientated earth-friendly brands on Tuesday 2 March 2021.

 

Entries for the 2021 Eco Awards, which will take place alongside the 2021 Beauty Shortlist Awards, are open now. The entry deadline is Friday 6 November 2020.
The categories span:
  • Green Home
  • Green Kitchen
  • Eco Garden
  • Ocean & Forest Protection
  • Waterless Beauty
  • Sustainability
  • Eco Solutions & Innovation
  • Consumer Awareness
  • Ethical Sourcing
  • Give-Back Brands (eg: plant-a-tree, 1% for the Planet)
  • ‘Clean’ Cleaning & Laundry Products
  • Plastic-Free
  • Reusable, Refillable & Recyclable
  • Zero Waste & Zero Trace
  • Eco Packaging Innovation

 

For more information, and to enter, click here.

 

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