August 24, 2021 / Online
Hosted by the USGBC Georgia
Check out last year's Chrysalis Award Winners!
Click here to learn about Chrysalis Award categories.
Applications are due Friday, June 18, 2021!
ABOUT THE EVENT
Lisa Conway, VP Sustainability - Americas at Interface, will join the 2021 Chrysalis Awards as keynote speaker. Lisa will share the company’s mission to reverse global warming – Climate Take Back, and the work of the program Interface co-founded – the materials Carbon Action Network (materialsCAN).
August 24, 2021, 4 to 5 pm
Stay a little late and get a chance to meet the winners in breakout rooms.
The built environment is only one part of the green industry fabric.
USGBC Georgia created the CHRYSALIS AWARDS to support broadening the conversation between the green building industry and our green community. Our goal is to support and recognize the PEOPLE and PROJECTS within our community that represent the breadth of what sustainability means from a high-performance building to an urban farm feeding a neighborhood, to a material with a low carbon footprint, to a thriving green team within a company.
We know there are leaders in our communities of all industries engaging in extraordinary work, driving innovation, transforming their industry, and accelerating knowledge exchange around a diversity of sustainability strategies. All these initiatives are environmental movements implemented by a project or person transforming our community.
Help us recognize these transformational leaders and projects!
WHAT IS THE MEANING OF THE CHRYSALIS AWARDS?
A chrysalis is the form a caterpillar takes before it emerges from its cocoon as a fully formed moth or butterfly. It is considered a transformational state for insects from larvae to adult.
USGBC Georgia wants to support and honor leaders transforming Georgia’s green building and green communities.
Use the Promo Code EarlyBird2021 for 25% off through the month of JUNE.
To ensure that USGBC Georgia is connected to the region’s equity experts; to cultivate relationships; and to deliver a diverse and equitable Chrysalis Awards and related activities (silent auction and outreach). The equity working group has been integrated into all of the sub-committees, planning to ensure the equity lens is present on all activities.
We encourage schools, community centers, non-profits and small businesses to apply for the awards. If you need the application fee waived or reduced, please contact Beth Ament ().
Please contact us for more information.
As a fun addition to the Chrysalis Awards, the USGBC Georgia will be hosting a virtual Silent Auction starting August 6th and ending at the awards ceremony on August 24th!
If you would like to donate merchandise or gift certificates for products or services (for anywhere in Georgia), please contact Suzanne Haerther. All donations are tax deductible and will be highlighted on the website and noted in the online auction brochure.
The Silent Auction is open from Friday, August 6th until August 24th at 6pm. Raffle items will close at 4:45pm on August 24th. Check out the items that were available last year for ideas.
Please read the awards categories descriptions and submission criteria on the next pages before completing this application June 18, 2021.
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Proceeds from this event support our education, advocacy, and volunteer programs. We hope you'll join us as we celebrate the inspiring people and innovative projects working to bring better buildings and better lives to all of Georgia!
Hosted by the USGBC Georgia
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ABOUT USGBC GEORGIA
MAKING GEORGIA A GREENER, HEALTHIER, MORE EQUITABLE PLACE TO LIVE, WORK AND PLAY.
USGBC Georgia is working to make healthy, sustainable buildings a reality for the people of Georgia within a generation. We serve Athens, Atlanta, Augusta, Central Georgia (Macon area) and Savannah. Each branch has a leadership group (BLG) elected from the region's membership; and each branch sends representation to the USGBC Georgia Market Leadership Advisory Board.
Our diverse membership comprises builders, architects, environmentalists and nonprofits, each providing a wealth of knowledge and industry access at every level.
As part of a large network helping advance sustainable places to live and work nationwide, we help fulfill USGBC’s mission in Georgia by providing education and opportunities to volunteer and network through our branches