Best Sustainability Initiative

Judged by
Bettine Pellant - CEO, Picon Limited
Neil Jones - Managing Director, Bobst UK & Ireland

Sponsored by

Winner

Ermysted’s Grammar School
The Reason

This publication has embraced both local and national community issues whilst managing the number of printed copies and working with a printer committed to further reducing their carbon footprint.

Highly Commended

King Edward VI Five Ways School
The Grapevine

An impressive forward-thinking strategy, this magazine utilises recycled materials, vegetable based inks and is committed to zero waste.

Highly Commended

City of London School & The City of London School for Girls
The Citizen

The diverse school community is represented with a range of topics whilst fostering the spirit of journalism.

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