Davies wins iiE Natural Environment Champion 2021 award
Davies Veterinary Specialists
Green Group, Pet Owners, Sustainability, Veterinary Professionals
15th October 2021
Davies Veterinary Specialists has been announced as the winner of the Natural Environment Champion at this year’s Investors in the Environment (iiE) Awards.
Investors in the Environment is an environmental accreditation scheme designed to help organisations save money and reduce their impact on the environment. The Natural Environment Champion is one of seven iiE awards.
Davies’ win was announced during iiE’s Award week 11-15 October 2021, in recognition of Davies’ commitment to a raft of local biodiversity projects including a wildlife camera trap, bee-friendly planting, the building of bug hotels, the installation of a barn owl box a DIY for wildlife project, wildlife and habitat surveys and a community litter pick.
The Hertfordshire-based small animal referral practice, which is a part of the Linnaeus Group achieved a first for the veterinary profession in 2020 by winning the Investors in the Environment (iiE) Sustainability Influencer Business of the Year. Davies’ green pioneer Ellie West was also recognised as Sustainability Influencer Individual of the Year 2020. Davies also holds Green level accreditation from Investors in iiE, which is the highest level awarded.
“We are absolutely thrilled to have won this award,” said Rachel Evans, who is the Green Group Manager at Davies. “Biodiversity is a vital aspect of our sustainability journey, and we are already working on some new projects to make an even greater impact on supporting our world in sustainable ways. This important award has inspired us all to try even harder to help our natural environment.”
You can contact the Davies Green Group at firstname.lastname@example.org
Click here to find out more about Davies’ initiatives for improving sustainability in veterinary practice.
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