2020 SBA Nominee Questionnaire
The Sustainable Business Awards Recognizes Local Businesses Doing “Good” While Doing Well
This annual hallmark event recognizes businesses in the Tampa Bay area that are committed to the triple bottom line -— advancing the interests of people, planet, and profit through innovative practices, products, and services. Since 2008, more than 100 businesses have received the award. From small local farms to large corporations, we honor their commitments to social responsibility and environmental stewardship. See all past award winners here.
Environment: Contributes to the environmental health of Tampa Bay through sustainable environmental practices. Examples: environmentally-friendly products, waste reduction, resource conservation, carbon footprint reduction, pollution mitigation, product life cycle, LEED/Well construction and restoration/net positive activities.
Social: Is a good citizen of Tampa Bay and the world through fair and beneficial business practices for employees, community and supply chain. Examples: employee benefits and satisfaction, civic engagement, giving back, human rights, animal rights, empowerment and equity.
Economic/Governance: Committed to good governance. Provides a positive economic impact in the Tampa Bay community while aligning sustainability values throughout organization. Examples: compliance and risk management, board diversity, fiscally responsibility, contributes to growth of local economy.
Start-up/Entrepreneur: 1 employee
Small: 2 – 24 employees
Medium: 25 – 49 employees
Large: 50 – 99 employees
Extra Large: 100+ employees
Innovation Award: Recognizes a company with a particularly unique and creative sustainability practice, program or product
Jan Roberts Sustainable Leadership Award: Honors a Tampa Bay area individual leader who demonstrates longstanding support for sustainability initiatives.
Come Walk the Green Carpet and Support Your Favorite Nominee!
This hallmark event honors companies and organizations in the Tampa Bay area that embrace the triple bottom line. Since 2008, more than 120 businesses have received the Sustainable Business Award for their commitment to social responsibility and environmental stewardship.
Jan Roberts Sustainable Business Leadership Award
Jan Roberts served as a delegate to the United Nations Sustainable Development Commission and helped draft Earth Charter, a global agreement for a sustainable future that came out of a UN conference in 1987. In 2000, she launched Earth Charter US to bring attention to US businesses that embraced the triple bottom line. That organization ultimately became part of The Sustany Foundation. Throughout her career, Jan Roberts has shared her commitment to sustainability with her community and the world. In recognition of her leadership, we established the Jan Roberts Sustainable Business Leadership Award to honor a Tampa Bay area leader who has demonstrated longstanding support for sustainability business practices.