The Charlotte Chamber GreenWorks Council fosters sustainable practices within the local business community by connecting like-minded Charlotte Chamber members and sharing information and best practices.
2016 Wells Fargo Green Awards
The winners have been selected for the 2016 Wells Fargo Green Awards.
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CONNECT: Connect like-minded chamber members to share information and best practices; attract a broad range of participants, including many local and small businesses, educational institutions and nonprofits.
Attend our quarterly event
Any Chamber member is welcome and encouraged to attend. Check the Charlotte Chamber events calendar for next meeting.
Join a Subcommittee
Current subcommittees are: Communications, Events and Awards. Contact us to learn more about the subcommittee opportunities available.
LEARN: Promote sustainability ideas, continuous improvements and best practices through site visits, newsletters, speakers and case study discussions.
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.
The Graduate Sustainability Programs at Wake Forest University allow students to gain firsthand knowledge and experience through a diverse set of world-class projects.
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SUSTAIN: Nurture local businesses (and newcomers to the sustainability realm) in adopting sustainability practices through resources and support; recognize excellence through the Wells Fargo Green Awards.
Kymberly answers questions about her role as President for The Charlotte Destination Group, as well as her personal and professional efforts to help grow a greener Mecklenburg County. Read more >>
Have your business featured as a member spotlight that showcases your company’s commitment to sustainability and green practices. Contact us to obtain the member spotlight form.
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. To read the full article, click here.
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