The Campaign Ad Net Zero Awards is a prestigious event that highlights the businesses, organisations, and individuals who are leading the way in reducing their carbon footprint and contributing to the global effort to combat climate change.

As the world continues to face the devastating effects of climate change, it's essential that we take action to reduce our environmental impact. These Awards aim to inspire others to do the same by showcasing the innovative and effective measures being taken to achieve net-zero emissions within AdLand.

Our awards categories include everything from sustainable transportation to renewable energy, sustainable building design, and green supply chains. We will be recognising the leaders in these areas who are driving innovation and demonstrating that a sustainable future is not only possible but necessary.


Unlock valuable tips from Seb Munden, Chair of Judges, in this exclusive webinar to elevate your entries!

A word from Campaign

"Campaign is delighted to partner with Ad Net Zero on these important awards, which will recognise the companies and organisations that are leading the way on sustainability and the move to a net zero carbon economy. We want the Campaign Ad Net Zero Awards to be a benchmark of excellence and a source of inspiration – at a critical moment when all of us need to do more to protect and regenerate our planet.”

Gideon Spanier, UK editor-in-chief of Campaign

Key Information


EARLY BIRD DEADLINE: Thursday 8th June

STANDARD DEADLINE: Thursday 29th June


Thursday 24 August


Thursday 2nd November


EARLY BIRD: £495 +VAT per entry

STANDARD: £595 +VAT per entry


EARLY BIRD: £250 +VAT per entry

STANDARD: £270 +VAT per entry

Why Enter?

Award Categories

Specialist Sector Categories


Business & Industrial

Clothing & Accessories

Computers, Electronics, Household Appliances & Tech


Entertainment, Gaming & Leisure



Government / Public Sector

Health & Wellbeing

Household FMCG

(incl. equipment and DIY)


NGO / Charity

Office Equipment & Stationery


(incl. online retail and mail order)


Travel & Transport


(open to entrants from international markets)

Best Practice Categories

Sustainability Best Practice Award - Ad Tech Services

Sustainability Best Practice Award - Agency

Sustainability Best Practice Award - Advertiser/Brand

Sustainability Best Practice Award - Media Owner

Sustainability Best Practice Award - Production/Experiential

Innovation Categories

Best Start-up

(a company less than three years old - founded after 1 January 2020)

Best Business Transformation

(from any sector)

Best Progress / Long-Term Change

(a company which is demonstrating year-on-year improvements from a long-running campaign)

Meet Your Chairs of Judges

Margaret Jobling - Group Chief Marketing Officer at Natwest Group

Margaret joined NatWest Group in September 2020 as Group Chief Marketing Officer.

Having spent the majority of her marketing career in FMCG working on some iconic brands such as Lynx, Dove, Radox, Cadbury Dairy Milk and Birds Eye, she left FMCG in 2014 to join the utilities sector.  Margaret joined British Gas as Director of Marketing before moving into a global role in 2016, as Group Chief Marketing Officer for Centrica, transforming the firm’s marketing capabilities across all regions.

In 2022 Margaret was appointed President of the ISBA and recognised as Marketer of the Year by Marketing Week.

Seb Munden - Chair of WRAP and Chair of Ad Net Zero

Sebastian Munden is Chair of environmental NGO WRAP (The Waste and Resources Action Programme), which partners businesses and governments globally, promoting the circular economy, and tackling the causes of climate change, waste and pollution in the food, consumer products and textile systems. He is also Chair of Ad Net Zero, the advertising industry’s global initiative to deliver net zero ways of working and promote more sustainable behaviours, products, and services.


Sebastian was chief executive of Unilever UK & Ireland until 2022. With 32 years’ experience in FMCG, he held senior roles in Unilever across Europe and North America, was leader of the Laundry Category for Europe & ANZ, and head of Global Marketing Operations. He is a passionate supporter of classical music, Harlequins rugby club and vegetarian cooking.


An elite panel of judges chosen by Campaign and Ad Net Zero will be responsible for reviewing and scoring each entry submitted. These judges include senior professionals across the sector. Judges will be chosen because of their professional and wide-ranging level of expertise.  If you would like to be considered for part of the 2023 judging panel, please submit your nomination below.

2022 Highlight Video

The Ad Net Zero programme

The Ad Net Zero programme is the industry-wide drive to reduce the carbon impact of developing, producing and running advertising to real net zero by the end of 2030, and commit to make practical changes in the way you run your advertising operations. Launched in the UK in November 2020 by the Advertising Association, IPA, and ISBA, it counts over 100 advertisers, agencies, commercial media owners and production companies in its membership.

Entries for these awards are available to the whole industry.

Alex Sobel MP, Chair of the Net Zero APPG

Alex Sobel MP said: 

“The climate emergency has been an issue I have long campaigned on and one we must get right for the future of our planet. Advertising has a pivotal role in helping to shift our economy to a more sustainable footing, by promoting products and services that are better for the planet and encouraging positive changes in people’s behaviour. These new awards seek to do exactly that, recognising the best work from the advertising industry to help tackle the adverse effects of global warming and inspiring even more to be done as quickly as possible."


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