Corporate Guide to Sustainable Landscaping
Timeline2019 - present
AudienceESG executives and leaders
Leading businesses and organizations are capturing value by turning corporate properties and potentially under-valued landscapes into productive, biologically diverse areas. Such green spaces provide a wide array of benefits and a return on investment.
Assembled by the Sustainable Growth Coalition, this guide can help your organization decide what to do with turf and other undervalued landscapes and how to execute a project successfully. Learn:
- What to consider before starting a project.
- Ways to transform your undervalued and underused spaces.
- The business case for protecting our waters and wildlife.
Our Sustainable Growth Coalition quarterly newsletter highlights active projects, success stories, ways to get involved, events to attend, and news about Minnesota’s global leaders in sustainability.
Circularity Toolkit Case Studies
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.
Leading businesses and organizations are capturing value by turning corporate properties and potentially under-valued landscapes into productive, biologically diverse areas.
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.
At HealthPartners, the secret sauce for achieving circularity is in senior leadership support, strategic partnerships, accountability, and a strong connection to its mission.