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    marie claire reveals nominees of inaugural Sustainability Awards

    Are Media has unveiled the list of nominees for the inaugural marie claire Sustainability Awards, in partnership with Volvo Australia, including fashion designer Maggie Marilyn, skincare brand Emma Lewisham, and drinks brand Imbibe.

    The marie claire Sustainability Awards champion businesses and products that implement genuine change and build a better tomorrow.

    Finalists were selected across eight categories by four judges: marie claire editor Georgie Abay; sustainability expert, founder of eco-friendly business Banish and 2023 marie claire Eco Warrior of the Year, Lottie Dalziel; activist, author and change maker, Clare Press; and Thread Together founder and chair, Andie Halas.

    The judges will select one winner per category, with the winners to be announced on 2 May. The winners and a Hall of Fame inductee will then be honoured at the inaugural MCSA celebration event in Sydney on 6 June.

    Abay said: “When Australian brands come together to advocate for a healthier planet, consumers get with the information and capability to make sustainable choices.

    “As part of our commitment to this cause, marie claire’s digital hub will be dedicated to the marie claire Sustainability Awards from April to June, with new editorial added regularly. The June issue and cover of marie claire will also be focused on sustainability to make sure this key message reaches as many readers as possible.

    “We couldn’t be more excited to celebrate the remarkable and very important efforts of these Australian businesses. Congratulations – and thank you – to all the nominees.”

    Dalziel said: “Through the introduction of these awards, marie claire strives to highlight a cohort of brands, businesses and people who are redefining business as usual within their industry, operating for purpose, people and planet. These are the visionaries, pioneers and trailblazers who strive for the greater good, pushing the boundaries and proving that impact and business can, indeed, go hand in hand.”

    Volvo said it is committed to making a difference to the planet and its people, and making the transition towards becoming a fully electric car maker.

    Stephen Connor, Volvo Australia managing director, said: “We’re committed to rethinking sustainability in our operations, in our cars and in society. And we’re really proud to partner with marie claire to help highlight other Australian businesses who have also made a pledge to put the planet first.”

    The nominees for the inaugural marie claire Sustainability Awards are:

    Maggie Marilyn
    Magpie Goose
    Jam The Label

    Food and Drink:
    Ugly Vodka+
    Hidden Sea Wines

    Home and Lifestyle:
    Animals In Charge
    35MM Co
    Pleasant State

    Beauty, Health and Wellness:
    Emma Lewisham
    Lashes Of Change
    Soap Aid
    ReMI Beauty

    Sande Kids
    Toy Libraries Australia
    Malo Baby

    Freycinet Lodge
    Daintree Eco Lodge, Queensland
    Karijini Eco Retreat, WA

    Natalie Marie Jewellery
    Local Supply
    By Charlotte
    Blakbird Designs

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