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UK Green Awards 2009

The UK honors eco-friendly companies while adhering to green beliefs.

Not only is the UK acknowledging the green elite in its Green Awards 2009, but it’s also hosting the event in a fashion that aligns with major movements around the world. Created in 2006 to honor work that promotes the importance of sustainable developments, social responsibility, and ethical practices in marketing, the Green Awards 2009 will take place Wednesday, November 18. In support of Meat-free Mondays and londonontap.org, the reception’s menu will be completely meat-free and bottled water will be verboten. With such eco-minded party fare, this may be an awards show worthy of its own praise.

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