The Charlotte Chamber’s GreenWorks committee helps Charlotte businesses turn a new green leaf. Our members range from those passionate about sustainability to others looking for ways to be green in their business. Either way, you’ve come to the right place! This committee exists to provide information on environmental responsibility and sustainability to businesses and help connect like-minded members of the Charlotte Chamber. Join us on LinkedIn >>
2015 Wells Fargo Green Awards
The Charlotte Chamber GreenWorks Council is proud to announce the 2015 Wells Fargo Green Awards, which recognize member companies that have incorporated innovative, sustainable practices into their products, services, and within the culture of their company. We are in the midst of our nomination process, please stay tunes for updates and opportunities to vote on our finalist.
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2015 Meeting Dates:
Wells Fargo Green Awards Public Vote and Networking
Tuesday, September 1 at 3 p.m., BlackFinn American Pub, 210 E. Trade Street, Charlotte, NC 28202
Join us for presentations of the 2015 Wells Fargo Green Awards finalist. Vote on your favorite and network among like-minded business people.
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Friday, November 6 at 8 a.m., The Westin, 601 S. College Street, Charlotte, NC 28202
The chamber’s annual Energy Summit hosted top business, education and community leaders. Speakers focused on fundamental infrastructure needs in the energy industry today. We will announce the winners of our 2015 Wells Fargo Green Awards.
The Charlotte Chamber GreenWorks Council wants to be your one stop shop for all things green. Visit our Green Resource page to learn way your business can go green.
We hosted our second quarterly tour at Charlotte Motor Speedway where we learned about NASCAR's commitment to sustainability and toured one of Charlotte’s most traditional city staples.
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GreenWorks Gold Sponsor
Food Waste: Creating a Better Way for Life
Jerome Peribere, CEO Sealed Air Corporation
As organizations around the world collaborate to address climate issues, how can we re-imagine opportunities to bring new insights and renewed energy to make a difference? One such opportunity to make a difference is food waste. Those who have done business with me know I hate waste in all forms. In fact, it is a passion for how I run business because I believe eliminating waste, whether it is wasted materials or wasted time, can be achieved by making waste prevention a priority. To read the full article, click here.
William Jungermann, Sales Manager
ReNu Energy Solutions
William answers questions about his role as Sales Manager for ReNu Energy Solutions, as well as his personal and professional efforts to help grow a greener Mecklenburg County. Read more >>
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