“Amway Releases ‘Global Entrepreneurship Report’” by Rachel Watson Amway’s 2018 “Global Entrepreneurship Report” reveals age and gender gaps when it comes to attitudes toward starting a business. Ada-based Amway’s eighth “Global Entrepreneurship Report,” published yesterday, measures the state of entrepreneurship worldwide to increase access and inclusion. “Gaining a greater understanding of why people decide for […]
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“Michigan now has 14 registered B-corps, companies who are certified in environmental and societal stewardship. With the state’s fastest growing economy, it’s no surprise that Grand Rapids is home to 11 of these conscious companies. Check out the list and explore why a few of them chose to pursue this certification and way of doing business.” Retrieved […]
“Two local organizations have earned a designation for offering ‘exceptional’ commuter benefits to their employees. Grand Valley State University and Spectrum Health were named last month to the 2018 list of ‘Best Workplaces for Commuters.’ The designation is managed by the Center for Urban Transportation Research, or CUTR, at the University of South Florida with […]
“A Green Kind of Clean” by Danielle Nelson “It appears antibacterial products aren’t as beneficial as advertised. The U.S. Food and Drug Administration recently started prohibiting manufacturers from marketing over-the-counter consumer antiseptic wash products with one or more of 19 ingredients. The ban, which took effect in September, includes two of the most common ingredients, […]
The Grand Rapids 2030 District is providing a unique opportunity for small businesses, non-profits, houses of worship, multi-family & educational institutions to lower their monthly utility costs. Applications are welcome from anywhere in West Michigan. Membership in the GR2030 District is not mandatory to be considered for this program (but it is encouraged!) Click here to learn more about this opportunity.
“The city of Grand Rapids is participating in a three-year project to develop a policy roadmap toward a zero net carbon building sector by 2050. Twelve U.S. cities were selected to take part in the Zero Cities Project, a policy process informed by technical analysis that will include community collaboration and a focus on equity. […]
Sierra Club West Michigan Clean Energy Associate Organizer This is a two-year, full-time organizing position based in Grand Rapids. The West Michigan Clean Energy Associate Organizer will build grassroots power and move West Michigan away from fossil fuels towards a clean energy future by leading the implementation of Sierra Club’s Building West Michigan Power Campaign […]
An energy reduction war A crusade against kilowatts A barrage against BTU’s… Registration for 2018 Now Open Sign up before March 31st! Join the awards and recognition program for energy use reduction today! Thanks to our partners & sponsors there is no cost to compete! The competition is open to all Michigan area commercial, industrial, non-profit, […]
“Grand Rapids has begun building a $38-million biodigester that will convert food waste into energy. City officials and business leaders gathered for a groundbreaking ceremony last week at the city’s Environmental Services Department’s Water Resource Recovery Facility, or WRRF, at 1300 Market Ave. SW. A new $38-million waste-to-energy biodigester and related sludge treatment system is […]
At its recent meeting, the CSP Steering Committee made the commitment to intentionally focus on the issues of water during 2018. Drinking water leapt to the top of every municipalities’ agenda following the Flint and Toledo water crises. There are also issues around water as a “common good” and who, if anyone, should pay for […]