It’s time to vote for this year’s Resource Hot 100!
Who across the waste and resources world has played their cards right this year and proved themselves to be the industry's Top Trump? It's time for you to tell us!
Voting for this year's Hot 100 is now open, giving you the chance to nominate and vote for those you think need to be on the list.
Who rates highest for Inspiration? Who will prove unbeatable on Innovation? Who has used their Influence for good and who has fought for Improvement?
Last year, Mary Creagh MP, Chair of Parliament's Environmental Audit Committee, took top spot on the list, winning fans for her work leading the government to take action on, among other things, microbeads, environmental protections post-Brexit, the sale of the Green Investment Bank and food waste.
The Top 10 contained a number of new faces and represented the broad spectrum of resource management including reuse, activism, international development, blogging, community recycling and municipal operations.
So, with another turbulent twelve months almost behind us, who will be this year's leader of the pack?
How to vote
Simply click 'Cast your vote' to see the list of nominees. From there you can dig down into what they have done and easily share the profiles of the candidates you deem worthy of a place in the Hot 100 on social media.
Can't see the person you want to vote for? Click on 'Nominate someone new' to put them in the pack.
More than one person caught your eye this year? You can vote for as many people as you like.
When you're done, let the industry know who you're backing using the share buttons, and keep up with the Hot 100 conversation on social media, using the #ResourceHot100 hashtag on Twitter.
When you've voted, you can also register to receive a free copy of the Spring 2018 issue of Resource magazine, featuring the final Hot 100 list alongside the usual wealth of fascinating features.
Voting will continue until 15 January, when the votes will be counted ready for the winner to be announced at the Kit Strange Memorial Lecture on 6 February.
Vote now at hot100.resource.co!
To remind you how recent lists have panned out, have a look at the last four below.