Help Us Promote the 2016 EBies!

We know there's amazing sustainability work being done across the United States in all building types. Please reach out to friends, colleagues and clients using any (or all) of the materials below to tell them about the EBie Awards.  Questions?  Contact Urban Green Council Communications Manager John Walsh at 212.514.9385, ext. 121.

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Could Your Project Win An EBie Award?

Now in its fifth year, the EBie Awards™ are a national juried competition created by Urban Green Council to celebrate exceptional performance improvements in Existing Buildings (therefore the EBies) and the people who made them happen.

Given [Your Organization Name]’s strong commitment to sustainability, we fully support the EBies and hope there will be many submissions (and finalists!) from our [members/clients/employees]. We know you are responsible for great projects in all kinds of buildings across the United States.

The EBie Call for Entries is open from from January 6 through April 4, 2016; submit your project online in up to eight categories. Winners will be announced LIVE, Oscar-style, at the EBie Awards on June 20, 2016 in New York City.


Submit your Project for an EBie Award by April 4

Have you or a [colleague/client] made exceptional performance improvements to an existing building? Now in its fifth year, the EBie Awards™ from Urban Green Council honor operations, engineering and real estate professionals who conceived and implemented outstanding sustainability initiatives. Submit your project online by April 4, 2016. Finalists and winners will walk the Green Carpet at the Oscar-style Awards show in New York City on June 20.

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(1) Have you made an existing building more sustainable? Submit your project for an EBie Award by April 4. [Your Organization Name] hopes our [members/clients/employees] will have multiple finalists and winners! Details at www.ebies.org.

(2) We know all [Your Organization Name]'s [members/clients/employees] are stars—so why not get a prize? If you helped make an existing building more sustainable, you could win an EBie Award. Submissions are due by April 4, and details are at www.ebies.org


(1) Cut energy use, saved water or reduced waste in an existing building? You could win at the #EBies—entries due 4/4 EBies.org

(2) Have you improved environmental performance in an existing building? Maybe you can win at the #EBies! Apply by 4/4 EBies.org