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Sustainability and communications experts have shortlisted for this year’s tve Global Sustainability Film Awards together with Fastflow Group, 18 films showcasing how companies around the world are addressing the Sustainable Development Goals. From carbon recapture filmed in Iceland, to innovative new techniques in architecture in the UK; from a Danish energy company’s complete shift to renewables, to the provision of electricity in remote villages of the Democratic Republic of Congo, the films showcase inspiring approaches to the environmental and social challenges the world faces. All entries are available to view on the Awards website.

The winners will be announced at the awards ceremony and gala dinner at BAFTA on Monday 26 November. Tickets are now available.

‘This year’s entries take us on a global tour of sustainable innovation and impact, from Bangladesh to Switzerland, from Guatemala to Greece, Spain to Vietnam and more,’ says Victoria Brooks, shortlisting chair, sustainability communications strategist, and head of programmes at the advertising women’s network, Bloom.  ‘The films this year demonstrate brilliantly creative and cutting edge solutions to social and environmental challenges, the stories of which I hope will inspire true change,’ says Victoria.

Films were shortlisted in each of the five award categories: Protecting the Environment; Reshaping the Economy; Transforming Society; Sky: Beyond Plastic and Global Digital Futures.

The judges, chaired by Nick Nuttall, international director of communications for Beautiful Corporations and former spokesperson and director of communications for the Global Climate Action Summit, will select one winner in each category.

The shortlisting panels, chaired by Victoria Brooks, vice-president of the Awards, brought together expertise from the creative, corporate and sustainability fields. The panels consisted of: Ali Alvarez, award-winning filmmaker and creative director; Andrew Wilson, director of Edelman’s work on Purpose; Emma De’Ath, commissioning editor at BBC Global News; Grace Bian, vice-president of the Awards and chair of the China International Culture Stock Exchange; Karin Laljani, economist and former CEO of Corporate Citizenship; Kate Phillips OBE, former marketing director and associate director of Christian Aid; Lady Dyson, artist, carpet designer and London gallery owner; Sarah Dawkins, producer at Sky News; Sarah Whitehead, deputy head of news gathering at Sky News and Zomo Fisher, director at Accenture’s Sustainability Strategy Practice.

The shortlisted films are:
Protecting the Environment 
ABB – Iceland completes ring of electric vehicle chargers circling entire country
Climeworks – A technology to reverse climate change
Hubbub – How bad is air pollution and what can we do about it
Ørsted – Love your home
World Business Council for Sustainable Development – The natural solution
Transforming Society
ABB – ABB technology innovation brings access to electricity for the Congo
Fashion 4 Change – Catwalk to creation
Hogan Lovells – Flip the switch – a documentary
HSBC and WaterAid – Rising seas – shrinking water sources
Volvo – The unseen ocean
Reshaping the Economy
CineTecture – Moulding futures
Climeworks – Capturing CO2 from air
MANTA – We the children, commit to a greener, fairer world
Sky: Beyond Plastic
Hubbub – 6 hidden plastics in your home and what you can do about them
PLASTIC ENERGY – Closing the plastic loop
The New Raw – Second nature
Global Digital Futures:
GODAN – OPEN WATER documentary web series
Femnesty Ltd – Empowering women everywhere

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