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Is Your Business a Leader? Or a Follower?
By Heather Haas
Sustainability is not about warm-green-fuzzy feelings. It’s more than environmentalism. Sustainability is resilience!
More and more people are understanding that our current business and consumer practices are leading us down a dark path that we cannot continue indefinitely.
It’s time for American businesses to adapt to changing times, or risk failure.
Right now, world leaders are meeting in Paris for the UN Climate Change Conference, commonly referred to as COP 21. Governments alone cannot solve all of our environmental and social problems. Business owners are natural leaders and it is time for you to lead the charge in the fight against climate change.
Everyone is counting on you. Be a problem solver!
Your business can benefit in so many ways, becoming stronger and more resilient, by embracing sustainability now, ahead of your competition. Join us, at the U.S. Green Chamber of Commerce, while we work to help American companies lead the way to a brighter future.
Irblich Schools is a proud member of the U.S. Green Chamber of Commerce (USGCC). This allergen-friendly, eco-friendly, unplugged pre-school focuses on learning through a natural approach.
One of the first truly Holistic Preschool’s located in Central Florida, the school’s mission is to support families with a holistic education in a healthy setting.
Irblich schools mission, just like USGCC, is to educate on ways to be conscious of the planet that we all share.
Irblich Schools includes their enrolled families in their green initiatives. They request that the parents participate in sustainability practices, as well as the students to help use less and waste less.
Sustainability is Good for Businesses, Even Small Ones
Sustainable Development Goals and laid out an argument that government alone could not reach the goals without the assistance of corporations.
The Forbes article examines how large corporations can use the UN Sustainable Development Goals to “pursue opportunity and innovation.”
By starting small and building momentum over time, small business owners can reap big rewards for little financial investment. Your employees, customers, the planet, and your bottom line can all benefit from good stewardship of resources.
Getting started is easier than you could imagine and begins with simply using less.Two areas that cost companies a bundle of money is paper and energy, and these are great for tackling early on in a sustainability plan.
What are you doing to protect your employees from Chemicals?
In a recent U.S Green Chamber of Commerce’s (USGCC) webinar, Larry Smith, of Go Green Electrolyzer, shares how companies can completely revolutionize how they clean and sanitize.
Larry is the president of Go Green Electrolyzer, which is a management and consulting firm. He has been a consultant to the electrolyzed water industry for 11 years, working to reduce the use of toxic chemicals to protect the health of our environment, families and workers.
Smith has networked extensively within the electrolyzed water industry, both nationally and internationally; has presented numerous webinars on the benefits of electrolyzed water; and most recently was a keynote speaker at the Global Food Expo in Orlando.
Click the image above ↑ to watch Larry’s informative talk.