SAVE THE DATE: The Grand Rapids Community Sustainability Partnership and the West Michigan Sustainable Business Forum will host a workshop on Circular Economy on October 9, 2017, from 12:00 pm to 4:00 pm with a reception to follow. More details to come soon!
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About the Michigan Forest Biomaterials Institute: “The Michigan Forest Biomaterials Institute (MiFBI) works to promote economic development concerning the growth, utilization and recycling of forest biomaterials. We aim to identify resources and incentives needed to develop a high, sustainable quality of life in Michigan through the optimal use of natural resources. MiFBI is a broad coalition of […]
With all of the recent changes on the national political scene, many business and organization leaders have raised the question of where sustainability is headed in the future. There are expressed concerns about the continuing support for ongoing programs and initiatives, especially those around environmental sustainability. Some of those issue areas include protection of our […]
A great article on our forward-looking West Michigan Sustainable Business Forum: “Once companies harvest all of the proverbial low-hanging fruit in the pursuit of sustainability, they’re faced with tackling far more challenging and complex issues within their operations. That dynamic is no different for the region’s preeminent sustainable business organization, which has changed and evolved […]
The Kent County Solid Waste program, under the leadership of Dar Baas, Director of Public Works, is doing some awesome work toward an aggressive goal of eliminating all use of landfills in Kent County by 2030. Check out their website to learn more!
“In 2000, the largest private real estate development in history began. Spanning 1,500 acres of land on South Korea’s west coast, Songdo was built as part of former President Lee Myung-bak’s mission to sustainably develop parts of South Korea. Myung-bak thought that ‘smart’ developments would create a successful avenue for growth in the ‘world’s smartest […]
Collecting for the Future – Plaster Creek Stewards Fall Newsletter “Although we at Plaster Creek Stewards collect seeds year round, this activity really ramps up during the fall. We typically devote one day each week to visiting local natural areas to gather seed, seed that will both be grown as individual species and put into […]