In November of 2015, Mater Dei Catholic High School in Chula Vista completed a REV Sustainability Circle. Dedicated to sustainability and environmental stewardship, the faculty, staff and students continually find opportunities to make a difference. In this REV guest blog, Laura Bookser, Community Outreach/Marketing head at Mater Dei, shares the creative ways that students are inspiring others and making an impact.
The Internet of Things is based on elements that have existed for several years. The difference is, we’re connecting them in new ways, and expanding their application. This is very good news for those looking for more efficient and effective ways to collect and monitor key sustainability data across their organization .
REV CEO Elliot Hoffman shares another story of “little insanities” that point to big sustainability opportunities for resource and dollar savings. Next time you rent a car, think about this.
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.
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.
REV, known for their Sustainability Circle® program, and United Way of San Diego County have partnered to create an opportunity for San Diego businesses and organizations to become more sustainable and support their community. For every San Diego organization that joins the next REV Sustainability Circle, slated to launch in May, REV will make a donation to United Way of San Diego County.
SAN FRANCISCO, Calif. — April 21, 2016 — The Institute for Local Government (ILG) and REV are pleased to announce their new partnership, under the Institute’s Partner Program. This public-private partnership aims to help California municipalities become more sustainable and help the businesses and organizations within their communities accelerate sustainability impact.