James Robey, Vice President, Group Corporate Responsibility & Sustainability, Capgemini, has been shortlisted for this year’s BusinessGreen Leaders awards. James is one of seven pioneering industry leaders competing for the Sustainability Executive of the Year award.
The nomination recognises the leading role that James has played in bringing sustainability into the consciousness of Capgemini and it acknowledges the work he has done to place sustainability firmly on the executive agenda and incorporate it into the services that we deliver to our clients.
James said: “I know it’s clichéd to say it, but being shortlisted for such a renowned award is a great honour. It acknowledges the accomplishments of the entire CR&S team and, indeed, the work that the company has done in positioning Capgemini as a leader in this field.”
The Business Green Leaders awards celebrate the best businesses, executives, entrepreneurs, investors, and campaigners from across the green economy. The awards highlight how these pioneers are driving the development of innovative and sustainable new business models and technologies. The awards cover every aspect of the green economy, from transport to energy and from small businesses to multinationals, providing organisations of all sizes with the opportunity to highlight how they are contributing to the new green economy.
The theme of this year’s awards is green business innovation. The results will be announced at a ceremony in London on 2 July.
Other nominees for the Sustainability Executive of the Year are:
Ramon Arratia, Sustainability Director, Interface
Richard Gotheridge, Environment and Sustainability Manager, Arriva Trains
Steven Heath, Director Public Affairs and Strategy, Knauf Insulation
Tracy Rawling Church, HEAD of CSR, Kyocera
Dr Eva Gkenakou, UK Sustainability Manager, Brookfield Multiplex Construction Europe
Tony Robins, Sustainable Development Director, Wiles Greenworld.
James is a regular contributor to the Capgemini Sustainability Blog.
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