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Sustainability Delivery Awards 2024
Discover the winners at the Awards Ceremony this June

Environment Analyst's Sustainability Delivery Awards recognise ESG innovation, achievement and leadership, and celebrate those organisations who have made significant advances in progressing towards a sustainable transformation and achieving climate and net zero goals.

The Environment Analyst-led, independent judging panel includes industry experts and analysts, and is headed by Environment Analyst's Managing Director Ross Griffiths. This year's guest judges include Lucy Bradbury, Global ESG Training & Development Lead at AECOM, Jordana Vasquez, Senior Manager, Climate Resilience & Equity at Resilient Cities Network, Edward Brauer, Senior Hydraulic Engineer St. Louis District & Riverine Practice Lead, Engineering With Nature® Program at the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, and Anjuliee Mittelman, PhD., Environmental Engineer at the US DoT Volpe Center.

Entries have now closed and this year's winners will be announced live at the Sustainability Delivery Awards Ceremony on 25 June in Boston, Massachusetts. We're pleased to announce this year's Awards guest speaker will be Oliver Sellers-Garcia, Green New Deal Director, City of Boston. 

Meet the judges

The Awards are judged by the independent Environment Analyst judging panel, led by Head Judge, Ross Griffiths. Joining the panel are our guest judges, Lucy Bradbury, Jordana Vasquez and Edward Brauer.

2024 Award Categories

Digital Innovation Award

Sustainability Leader of the Year

Sustainability M&A of the Year Award

Circularity Award

Nature Positive Award 

Transportation Project of the Year

Transformational Partnership Award

Rising Star Award

Energy Company of the Year

Sustainability Impact Award

Creating Resilient & Sustainable Communities Award

Water Company of the Year

Remediation Project of the Year

Judges

The Environment Analyst-led, independent judging panel includes industry experts and analysts, and is headed by Environment Analyst's Managing Director Ross Griffiths. This year's guest judges include:

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LUCY BRADBURY

Global ESG Training & Development Lead

AECOM

Lucy is AECOM’s Global ESG Training & Development Lead, based in San Diego. Lucy has been with AECOM for 8 years in a variety of corporate sustainability roles and has a background in environmental compliance. She also provides strategy and direction for several EDI groups including AECOM’s Pride employee resource group, Diverse Sustainability Initiative’s LGBTQ+ network and Building Equality.

Judging: Rising Star Award

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ANJULIEE MITTELMAN, PHD.

Environmental Engineer

US DoT Volpe Center

Anjuliee Mittelman has nearly 10 years of experience in air quality modeling and lifecycle assessments. Her work focuses on modeling air quality impacts from a wide range of transportation sources, including highway vehicles, locomotives, container ships, and airport sources. Anjuliee is currently an environmental engineer and program manager at the U.S. Department of Transportation's Volpe Center where she leads multi-disciplinary teams that evaluate the impacts of transportation and infrastructure development on the environment. She has a Ph.D. in environmental engineering from Tufts University and a B.S. in chemical engineering from Queen's University.

Judging: Transportation Project of the Year Award

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JORDANA VASQUEZ

Senior Manager, Climate Resilience & Equity

Resilient Cities Network

Jordana Vasquez is a Senior Manager for Climate Resilience & Equity at the Resilient Cities Network. She leads the Resilience for Communities (R4C) Program in North America, collaborating with city staff, community organizations, and stakeholders to scale community-centric resilience solutions. Previously, she worked at Building Energy Exchange and as a community development officer post-Hurricane Sandy. Jordana also co-founded WOC/CS, a global digital collective supporting women of color in sustainability.

Judging: Creating Resilient & Sustainable Communities Award

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EDWARD BRAUER P.E.

Senior Hydraulic Engineer St. Louis District & Riverine Practice Lead, Engineering With Nature® Program

U.S. Army Corps of Engineers

Edward Brauer is a senior hydraulic engineer at the USACE St. Louis District (MVS) and a regional technical specialist in river engineering for the Mississippi Valley Division. With 19 years of experience, he specializes in navigation, environmental restoration, and research on river-training structures. Edward has led classes on shallow draft navigation and river-training-structure design, and he holds positions in various engineering committees and commissions. He's also an adjunct professor at St. Louis University.

Judging: Nature Positive Award

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LUCY BRADBURY

Global ESG Training & Development Lead, AECOM

Lucy is AECOM’s Global ESG Training & Development Lead, based in San Diego. Lucy has been with AECOM for 8 years in a variety of corporate sustainability roles and has a background in environmental compliance. She also provides strategy and direction for several EDI groups including AECOM’s Pride employee resource group, Diverse Sustainability Initiative’s LGBTQ+ network and Building Equality.

Judging: Rising Star Award

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ANJULIEE MITTELMAN, PHD.

Environmental Engineer

US DoT Volpe Center

Anjuliee Mittelman has nearly 10 years of experience in air quality modeling and lifecycle assessments. Her work focuses on modeling air quality impacts from a wide range of transportation sources, including highway vehicles, locomotives, container ships, and airport sources. Anjuliee is currently an environmental engineer and program manager at the U.S. Department of Transportation's Volpe Center where she leads multi-disciplinary teams that evaluate the impacts of transportation and infrastructure development on the environment. She has a Ph.D. in environmental engineering from Tufts University and a B.S. in chemical engineering from Queen's University.

Judging: Transportation Project of the Year Award

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JORDANA VASQUEZ

Senior Manager, Climate Resilience & Equity, Resilient Cities Network

Jordana Vasquez is a Senior Manager for Climate Resilience & Equity at the Resilient Cities Network. She leads the Resilience for Communities (R4C) Program in North America, collaborating with city staff, community organizations, and stakeholders to scale community-centric resilience solutions. Previously, she worked at Building Energy Exchange and as a community development officer post-Hurricane Sandy. Jordana also co-founded WOC/CS, a global digital collective supporting women of color in sustainability.

Judging: Creating Resilient & Sustainable Communities Award

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EDWARD BRAUER, P.E.

Senior Hydraulic Engineer St. Louis District & Riverine Practice Lead, Engineering With Nature® Program, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers

Edward Brauer is a senior hydraulic engineer at the USACE St. Louis District (MVS) and a regional technical specialist in river engineering for the Mississippi Valley Division. With 19 years of experience, he specializes in navigation, environmental restoration, and research on river-training structures. Edward has led classes on shallow draft navigation and river-training-structure design, and he holds positions in various engineering committees and commissions. He's also an adjunct professor at St. Louis University.

Judging: Nature Positive Award

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Become an Awards sponsor

 

Build your brand awareness and increase your exposure by sponsoring the 2024 Sustainability Delivery Awards, known for bringing together the most reputable, successful and innovative companies in the sector.

To enquire about Awards sponsorship opportunities please contact simon.king@environment-analyst.com.

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25/06/2024
Awards Ceremony

This year’s winners will be revealed live at the Sustainability Delivery Awards Ceremony on 25 June at the Hyatt Regency Boston.

Join us in Boston for an evening of celebration and networking with the best in the industry.

The evening Awards ceremony is taking place alongside the Environment Analyst Sustainability Delivery Summit on 24-26 June at the Hyatt Regency Boston, which will bring together sustainability leaders to share thought-leadership and get critical insights to help lead the sustainability transition.

We're pleased to announce this year's Awards guest speaker will be Oliver Sellers-Garcia, Green New Deal Director, City of Boston. 

Run of show:

  • 6:30pm Drinks Reception

  • 7pm Dinner is Served

  • 9pm Remarks from Guest Speaker Oliver Sellers-Garcia, Green New Deal Director, City of Boston, followed by the 2024 Sustainability Delivery Awards presentation

  • 10:30pm End of Awards Ceremony

To reserve your seat at the ceremony please contact

simon.king@environment-analyst.com.

2023 ceremony

Awards Speaker

We're pleased to announce this year's Awards guest speaker will be Oliver Sellers-Garcia, Green New Deal Director, City of Boston. 

OLIVER SELLERS-GARCIA

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Green New Deal Director, City of Boston

Oliver Sellers-Garcia serves as Boston's first Green New Deal Director and is a cabinet-level Senior Advisor to Boston Mayor Michelle Wu. In this role, Oliver works across the City to advance climate action through strategies that address social, racial, and economic inequality. Oliver's experience in the public sector includes serving as Director of Resiliency and Equity at the MBTA and Director of Sustainability and Environment in the City of Somerville. In these roles, Oliver was responsible for planning, program management, public administration, and thought leadership in the areas of climate change resilience and mitigation, environmental protection, and people-centered planning in the urban Boston area. Prior to joining the public sector, Oliver worked as a consultant helping public agencies and cities around the world integrate sustainability into planning and organizational management. The son of Guatemalan and American parents, Oliver grew up in a bicultural environment in the Boston area and is a native bilingual Spanish speaker. He has lived in many neighborhoods of Boston and now calls Roxbury home. Oliver holds a Bachelor's degree in Urban Studies from Columbia University and a Master's in City Planning from MIT.

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Location

This year's Awards are being held at:

Hyatt Regency Boston

1 Ave de Lafayette

Boston

MA 02111

United States

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