If you are one of the 73% of Americans who believe global warming is already happening, it doesn’t really matter what got you to this point or how long it took. The big question now, especially for decision-makers, is: what can you do about it?
As the founder and CEO of REV, I realized that if I cannot change my own behavior at home around my health and well-being, how can I possibly expect anyone else to change their behavior. So in May 2015, my wife Gail and I committed to change our diet and eating behavior in order live healthier lives, contribute to a healthier planet, and maybe set a small example for others.
Storytelling. An art form as old as the history of mankind. As one of the oldest methods for conveying experiences and historical events, storytelling has long been the sole asset for the purpose that it serves, but with a plethora of new media channels introduced over the last 100 years – the art form is getting lost in the white noise that makes up the modern day digital media landscape which is why authentic storytelling is crucial to inform consumers thoughtfully about sustainability initiatives.
Kristen Wonder, Sustainability Coordinator at Spartan Shops, Inc. at San Jose State University, was recently celebrated by PG&E as an Energy Champion for her outstanding accomplishments in reducing energy waste. In this blog she shares her secrets.
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.