How to get your company’s sustainability initiatives under control.
A new report provides a framework for determining which promising practices will help you reach your goals.
As the Local Sustainability Matching Fund (LSMF) team begins to evaluate proposals submitted for its third of round of funding, we are now hearing back from Round One and Two grantees about how their work is unfolding. Early reports tell us that the goals of the LSMF are being realized as local grantees begin new partnerships and projects. From urban agriculture to bike sharing to cutting greenhouse gas emissions, LSMF grantees are harnessing the power of their cities and towns to build sustainable, equitable, and prosperous communities for all residents.
Commissioned by the Canadian Environmental Grantmakers’ Network (CEGN), this report outlines some of the key issues related to urban sustainability in Canada, profiles some of the promising approaches, and explores various roles that the philanthropic community could play in moving communities forward in this field.
Employees engaged in corporate social responsibility (CSR) practices in their jobs are likely to make sustainable choices at home, according to a US study.
The general public remains skeptical of corporate America’s commitment to sustainability.
Only 21 percent of all U.S. adults and 23 percent of those employed full-time and/or parttime believe that a majority of businesses are committed to “going green” – defined as “improving the health of the environment by implementing more sustainable business practices and/or offering environmentally-friendly products or services.”
A GEO guide describing how funders support nonprofit financial sustainability.