Chances are, you get it. You understand sustainability’s value to your planet, people and profits. Your organization is shrinking its carbon footprint, and you likely are encouraging others to follow your footsteps. This article by guest blogger Bruce Hagen proposes an alternative to traditional carbon tax and a means for businesses to get involved.
In his interview with Mike Gabriel, lending manager for RSF’s ecological stewardship portfolio, Elliot Hoffman outlines his trailblazing path from cake maker to CEO of REV.
Going off the grid in the next 10 years is the strategy of a majority of companies and organizations that participated in the 2016 Energy Efficiency Indicator Survey, which queried more than 1,200 energy and facility managers globally.
Helping companies to develop robust sustainability action plans is the core of the REV Sustainability Circle® program. There is another prominent national organization that focuses on sustainability — the US Green Building Council, or USGBC and their Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) standards. Many people know of USGBC and LEED, but there is often confusion about how REV can work with LEED within the Sustainability Circle.
The latest of RSF Social Finance’s magazine, RSF Quarterly, focuses on the connecting power of nature. The social enterprises showcased in this issue, including REV CEO Elliot Hoffman, catalyze environmental conservation by bringing together people who are passionate about preserving landscapes or preventing resource waste.
In this REV guest blog, Sustainability Circle participant Chef Works shares a recent waste diversion initiative to keep thousands of plastics bags out of the landfill.