Latest accolade takes ECM’s total of Green Apples to an incredible 25
In this year’s International CSR Awards, Evironmental Crop Management received no less that three awards for corporate responsibility.
Environmental Crop Management has scooped another Green Apple Award together with two other company members of the Leaders Council.
The Green Apple Environment Awards is an annual international campaign to recognise, reward and promote environmental best practice globally. Headed by non-profit venture The Green Organisation since its establishment in 1994, the awards have become established among the most popular and well-known environmental campaigns worldwide.
The awards are fundamental to The Green Organisation’s philosophy of helping others benefit the environment around them. Every year, entries for the awards originate from governments, ministries and local authorities across the world, as well as businesses, organisations and communities spanning the public and private sectors.
ECM Managing Director Peter Clare – bottom right – talks about the benefits of an integrated strategy.
Benjamin is studying at Harper Adams University
BASIS Trainee Membership provides a first step on the ladder for anyone pursuing a successful career in agronomy and crop production. Until now to become associated with BASIS it has been a requirement to have successfully passed one of the BASIS accredited qualifications. The BASIS Trainee Membership has been established to provide an opportunity for individuals to receive the support and guidance they require at the start of their careers, and can act as a stepping stone towards BASIS courses and the full Professional Register in the future.
Peter, ECM’s Managing Director, covers a range of matters such as working with farmers, the need for a profitable rural economy, the importance of crop protection and the environmental challenges facing us all.
Another successful wild flower meadow established by Pete Clare to support the bee and insect population
ECM continue to set the standard for best practice in agriculture in the UK, having been selected once again to represent the sector in The Parliamentary Review for 2019.
The strategic aim of The Parliamentary Review is to raise standards. In each edition, a host of outstanding organisations share their experiences and areas of best practice, all the while identifying key issues they face in the current political and economic environment. The Review features cabinet ministers, leading journalists and is sent to over 500,000 leading business executives and policymakers.