Cradle To Cradle Products Innovation Institute ASrIA Think Global, Map Local! | Green Map System Green Map® System promotes inclusive participation in sustainable community development worldwide, using mapmaking as our medium. We support locally-led Green Map projects as they create perspective-changing community ‘portraits’ which act as comprehensive inventories for decision-making and as practical guides for residents and tourists. Mapmaking teams pair our adaptable tools and universal iconography with local knowledge and leadership as they chart green living, ecological, social and cultural resources. Over 500 unique, vibrant Green Maps have published to date, and another 325 are interactive Open Green Maps. Strengthen local-global sustainability networks Expand the demand for healthier, greener choices Help successful initiatives spread to even more communities Green Map System has been developed collaboratively since 1995, and the movement has spread to over 845 cities, towns and villages in 65 countries. Take Green Map With You!
WBCSD-SNV Alliance: Creating inclusive business opportunities by linking local communities with big business SRI Lab Eurosif Danbena GSTC - Promoting Sustainable Travel, Criteria and Certification IGCC (Investor Group on Climate Change) Regional Sustainability Organizations - Green Plus There are a multitude of nonprofits bringing together their local and regional business communities around the topic of sustainability. Since we weren’t able to find a comprehensive list of such organizations we created one. Such organizations offer local knowledge and networks and can be a great touch point for getting connected to sustainability in your area. Green Plus seeks to complement the work of other organizations promoting sustainable practices in communities by providing a turnkey, national sustainability certification program that works through chambers of commerce to introduce the concepts of triple bottom line sustainability to small and medium sized employers, foster networks of sustainable organizations, and reward participants for their efforts. National Regions Northeast Environment Northeast (ENE) – ENE is a non-profit organization that researches and advocates innovative policies that tackle environmental challenges while promoting sustainable economies. Northwest Alabama
IIGCC (Institutional Investor Group on Climate Change) WMO (World Meteorological Organization) INCR (Investor Network on Climate Risk (Ceres)) The Investor Network on Climate Risk (INCR) is a network of more than 119 institutional investors representing more than $14 trillion in assets committed to addressing climate change and other key sustainability risks, while building low-carbon investment opportunities. INCR includes the largest institutional investors in North America as well as leading religious and labor funds, asset managers and socially responsible investment funds. In 2013, INCR turned 10 years old, celebrating a decade of investor action on climate risk. Watch the video below to hear from founding members, Ceres staff and other financial leaders about the impact that investors had on corporate responses to climate change, policy advances addressing climate risk and the global movement to mobilize investors to reduce climate change risks from their portfolios. Learn about INCR's major achievements over the first 10 years. INCR members are: Corporate Engagement Read more about corporate engagement...
LOHAS (Lifestyle of Health and Sustainability)