Community Sustainability Partnership (CSP) is a coalition of over 100 different businesses, institutions, and organizations throughout West Michigan, including Grand Valley State University, coming together to pledge a common goal of working towards a more sustainable future.
Michigan Climate Action Council (MCAC) is a group of many individuals from around the state with a wide range of backgrounds that, among many other things, advise state and local government on measures to address climate change and develop a comprehensive climate action plan with specific recommendations for reducing greenhouse gases in Michigan by business, government and the general public.
Rapid Growth GR Mayor George Heartwell comments on Grand Rapids and its current state of growth.
West Michigan Strategic Alliance (WMSA) is working to make West Michigan "the best place in the Midwest to live, learn, work, and play" using a sustainable development model.
West Michigan Environmental Action Council (WMEAC) is a non-profit organization working to protect and enhance West Michigan’s natural and human environments by translating the concerns of people into positive action.
West Michigan Sustainable Business Forum is a non-profit organization of area companies united in their commitment to the principle of a concept known today as the "Triple Bottom Line." The Triple bottom line and the mission of the forum is to promote business practices that demonstrate environmental stewardship, economic vitality and social responsibility.
West Michigan Sustainability Purchasing Consortium (WMSPC) is committed to developing and providing access to professional procurement contracts that support sustainable purchasing in the West Michigan community.
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