Green Key Jury

Once our auditors believe that your business meets the Green Key award criteria, your application will go to an independent National Green Key Jury for their decision.

We thank all of the jury members for generously sharing their time and expertise and invite you to find out more about the jury below.

Craig Anderson - Programme Director, Master of Business Administration - Stirling University Management School

Craig has a background in environmental sciences and consulting, subsequently obtaining a PhD in behavioural science, he now teaches and researches in the area of sustainable business and behavioural science.

At the University of Stirling Management School, the principle of responsible business, policy and practice is central to everything they do.

Georgios Neonakis - Operational Volunteer, 2050 Climate Group

Georgios works as a Logistics Analyst at Kuehne & Nagel and helps manage logistics for large drinks companies. He has a Masters in Logistics and Supply Chain Management from Heriot Watt University where he analysed and predicted ways to reduce carbon emissions within the logistics sector. Georgios is an Operations Volunteer within 2050 Climate Group and helps to drive awareness for climate issues and promote a more sustainable way of living.

2050 Climate Group is a youth-led charity that aims to engage, educate and empower Scotland’s young adults to lead the transition to a sustainable, low carbon society.

Sandy Saupique - VIBES co-ordinator, Scottish Environment Protection Agency (SEPA)

Sandy works at the Scottish Environment Protection Agency coordinating the VIBES Scottish Environment Business Awards. She also acts as a site visit judge for these Awards, assessing the environmental, economic and social benefits from business actions. She has a Masters in environmental law and also a Masters in Risk Management from University Paris-Saclay.



Riddell Graham - Chairman of Scottish Agritourism

Riddell retired from VisitScotland in September 2021 after 40 years working in tourism. His early career was with Scottish Borders Council as assistant tourist officer, then as Chief Executive of Scottish Borders Tourist Board. He moved to VisitScotland in 2005 to take up a Director’s role responsible for leading a team of over 300 staff in areas of destination development, quality, business engagement, information provision and responsible tourism.

He is currently Chairman of Scottish Agritourism, the Trustees of Gunsgreen House, Eyemouth and the Coire Glas Hydro Pumped Storage Scheme - Community Liaison Group.

He has a BSc in Ecological Science.


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