Open The Shades

If we are interested in eliminating wasted energy, wasted water, and wasted money, we need to open our eyes and open our minds and take the time to think about how we can do what we need to get done without wasting our precious resources. Imagine all of us waking up to the reality that we can save enormous resources if we simply change our behavior.

Adopt a Hood: A UCSF Initiative for Engagement

UCSF has a collection of dedicated scientists, clinicians, students and staff who share a common drive to make the world a better place by advancing health and the human condition. In this REV guest blog, Zachary Schoenrock, a UCSF Climate Corps Fellow, shares a Sustainability Success Story about employee engagement in one of UCSF’s research labs.

Every Drop Counts for this Boutique San Francisco Hotel

The Mosser Hotel is one of three boutique hotels owned by the Mosser family, a hidden gem in the heart of Union Square. In this REV guest blog, Mosser Assistant General Manager Nish Tamang shares insights on the hotel’s sustainability achievements.

The Top Four Reasons Why Your Business Should be Applying for Sustainability Awards

Receiving a business award has long been considered valuable for business owners, partners, employees and investors. But pursuing and receiving sustainability awards is a newer trend in recent years. Applying for and winning a sustainability award makes a statement that your organization doesn’t just stand for excellence, it stands for doing the right thing and making a positive impact.

A Surprise Visit from the East Bay Dignitaries

On Tuesday, March 15th, the East Bay REV Sustainability Circle final session at Bayer was greeted by a wonderful surprise, a visit from some very special dignitaries! Tom Bates, (Mayor, City of Berkeley) Dianne Martinez, (Mayor, City of Emeryville) Nathaniel Bates,...