Beta Hatch & Impact Bioenergy Sustainability Leadership Award Finalists

Press Release from Sustainable Seattle 

Sustainable Seattle has just released the finalists for the 2018 Sustainability Leadership Awards – AKA “Sustainability Oscars.” The winners will be revealed at a gala event at the Brockey Conference Center on March 2, 2018.

Finalists in six categories have been announced: Business, Arts, Technology, Resilience, Built Environment, and the annual “Sustainability Hero.” This annual event recognizes and celebrates sustainability leaders from our business, community, nonprofit, and government organizations. Past and current nominees and winners represent an impressive array of the breadth and scope of the individuals and organizations who are pushing the envelope on sustainability in the greater Seattle area.

The annual Sustainability Leadership Awards are highly competitive. Nominations are solicited from the community at large. The top five finalists in each category are then evaluated by an independent panel of judges who announce the winners at the annual event. For a full list of this year’s finalists, visit the Sustainability Leadership Awards web site.

What: Sustainability Leadership Awards Dinner and Fundraiser
Date: Friday, March 2, 2018
Time: 5:30 – 9:00 pm (Program begins at 7:15 pm)
Where: Brockey Conference Center, South Seattle College, 6000 16th Ave SW
2018 Sustainability Leadership Awards Finalists

Business: Supporting the Local Economy

  • Beta Hatch
  • Sea Creatures
  • Homegrown
  • Mashiko
  • Plenty

Arts: Media and Communication

  • Stewardship Parners: 12,000 Rain Gardens
  • Inye Wokoma & City of Seattle: “A Central Vision”
  • Carol Rashawnna Williams: multiple works
  • Tracy Rector: Indigenous Centered Perspectives/Re:Definition Gallery
  • #StopSucking: Strawless in Seattle Campaign

Technology: Innovative Creation or Implementation to Advance Sustainability

  • EnerG2
  • HaxGeo
  • Impact Bioenergy
  • Pogo Rides
  • Port of Seattle Fossil Fuel Program

Resilience: Building Resilience and Empowering Communities to Thrive

  • Got Green
  • Seattle Schools Food Share Program
  • Seattle Youth Climate Action Network
  • Plant for the Planet
  • South Park Stewards

Built Environment: Innovative Projects

  • Cove: Vibrant Cities Project
  • Dwell: Columbia City Net Zero Home
  • Harborview Hospital: Rooftop Solar Array
  • Tukwila Library: Carbon Negative Roof
  • World Relief: Paradise Parking Plots


  • Peter Donaldson
  • Randy Evans
  • Derek Hoshiko
  • Vu Le
  • Courtney Sullivan

About Sustainable Seattle
Sustainable Seattle is a 25 year-old nonprofit with a mission to help build a thriving and livable future in the greater Seattle Area by connecting, educating and inspiring people, organizations and businesses.

Our vision is for a healthy ecology, strong local economies and livable neighborhoods for all. For more information visit