The City of Gonzalez has honed in on sustainable economic development through its Gonzalez Grows Green (“G3”) initiative, which puts forth sustainability goals and provides its businesses with technical assistance (more…)
Santa Barbara County celebrated the addition of 15 new green businesses to its Green Business Program at a luncheon event this week. Per their website, Program Director Frances Gilliland shared: ”The Green Business Program continues to work with so many (more…)
World Water Day was this week, and is a good opportunity to remember that saving water and saving energy go hand-in-hand. This Environmental Leader article, featuring the California Water Action Collaborative (CWAC) partnership across food and beverage businesses is a good reminder of how businesses can work together across our jurisdictions to reduce water and energy use.
Presented by PG&E and CSU Monterey Bay Small Business Development Center, a No-Cost Financing and Economic Development Conference will be held in Salinas in March 29th. The Conference is available to lenders, business owners, and local economic development executives and local government officials. See the event flyer for more information.
The California Green Business Program has been a force in developing programming and certification to support green and energy efficient activities of small and medium-sized businesses in California for years – and they have recently released new resources online! Click here to review their post and associated presentations: The Green Business Academy: A Model to…
This breakout session from the 4th Annual Statewide Energy Efficiency Collaborative (SEEC) Forum provides information to develop successful, regionally relevant community and business outreach (more…)