Tools & Guides

Lessons learned and how-to resources for improving water quality, tracking sustainability, reducing waste, and changing systems.

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Electrifying your corporate fleet

Members of the Sustainable Growth Coalition conducted a landscape scan to identify resources for transitioning corporate fleets into electric vehicles.

Art and water repository

The Source Water Protection Collaborative recently hired an artist-in-residence to engage members of a rural Minnesota community around protecting drinking water sources. This repository acts as a guide for working with artists and creating artist residencies.

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Brewing a sustainable future: Solutions for spent grain

The Brewing a Sustainable Future partnership with the Minnesota Craft Brewers Guild engaged Minnesota’s robust craft brewing and distilling industries to secure sustainable solutions for spent grain disposal.

C.H Robinson: Calculating carbon emissions for sustainable supply chains

Sustainable Growth Coalition member C.H. Robinson’s recent efforts include Emissions IQ to help customers track their supply chain's transportation emissions and carbon footprint.

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HealthPartners: Promoting circularity and building a business case

At HealthPartners, the secret sauce for achieving circularity is in senior leadership support, strategic partnerships, accountability, and a strong connection to its mission.

Circularity Toolkit

The Circularity Toolkit prepared by members of the Sustainable Growth Coalition offers examples of multi-national corporations investing in circularity with global implications and small-to-medium-sized businesses actively integrating circular principles to meet regional needs.

Tennant: Creating circularity through customer-focused RECON program

Reconditioning equipment uses less energy and fewer components. By offering a refurbished product, Tennant is reducing their overall resource footprint.