Clear Cut or Not? Understanding Sustainable Forestry
Please click on the link below to view a recording of April’s special event, a guest panel discussing what “sustainable forestry” looks like in practice, and from ecological, scientific, and business perspectives:
Making Your E-Commerce Store More Eco-Friendly (Infographic):
March Luncheon Presentation: Starting Your Own Green Team
Please check out materials related to our March GreenLane luncheon presentation, “Lean and Green Workflow Improvement” from Brion Hurley, a process improvement specialist for RockWell Collins in Wilsonville, Oregon:
PDF of slideshow: please click here.
“Meals Per Hour” Video: please click here.
Brion’s contact information:
September Luncheon Presentation: Starting Your Own Green Team
Below are links to useful documents that pertain to starting and maintaining a Green Team within your organization:
July Luncheon Presentation: Growing for Good: The Local Food Sustainability Movement
Speakers: Leigh Anne Hogue, Director of economic development, Eugene Chamber of Commerce, and Brad Averill, co-owner of Wildtime Foods, founded in Eugene in 1981, presented about how local food and beverage companies support sustainability and the regional effort underway to further advance this critical market segment. You can access a PDF of this presentation by clicking here.
May Luncheon Presentation: How Climate Science Impacts the Local Business Climate
Mr. Roger McFadden, an expert on climate impact solutions, spoke about how one person can make a difference to our global environment through acting locally. Attendees learned about what businesses can do to mitigate their impact on climate change, and how and why businesses are aligning their greenhouse gas emissions reduction targets with science and accelerating progress towards a low-carbon economy. You can access a PDF of this presentation by clicking here.
April Luncheon Presentation: Northwest Climate Change, Impacts, and Solutions
Dr. Phil Mote, Director of the Oregon Climate Change Research Institute at Oregon State University, gave a presentation addressing these questions: these questions: “What is the real science behind climate change? What are the ‘based on science’ predictions for the future?” You can access a PDF of his presentation by clicking here.
March Luncheon Presentation: Eugene’s Love Food, Not Waste Commercial Composting Program
February Luncheon Presentation: LTD’s ISO 14001 Certification
LTD’s recently retired General Manager Ron Kilcoyne wanted the organization to develop a sustainability program that would be exemplary in the world of transit. That led LTD to pursue ISO14001 training, development, and implementation. Fewer than 20 transit agencies have received ISO 14001 certification. This achievement has set LTD up to be accountable for achieving sustainability goals by requiring specific chain of action items. Understanding the individual steps that go into completing these action items can lead to success with greater employee engagement and achieving sustainability goals. Allie Camp will be talking about establishing systems within your organization to achieve sustainability goals. You can view the PowerPoint slides here: LTD-Greenlane-Presentation-02_03_16.
2016 Bold Step Award Finalists and Winner
GreenLane’s January luncheon featured the finalists for the City of Eugene/Mayor Kitty Piercy’s Bold Steps Award, created in partnership with BRING Recycling’s RE:think Business program. This year’s finalists included GreenLane members Mountain Rose Herbs, PIVOT Architecture, and the winner, Essex General Construction. The videos of the finalists can be viewed below:
Essex General Construction
Mountain Rose Herbs
GreenLane Pre-Luncheon Member Showcase
In an effort to create more opportunities for member businesses to educate us about their products/services, GreenLane is providing table space for up to two members a month to display information about their business during the first half hour of our monthly meeting(11:30AM-12 noon). Each member will get ½ of a table near the entrance of the dining room. It is encouraged that those showcasing their business stay at the table during the networking portion and to return briefly after the meeting has concluded to answer questions. Setup time starts at 11 AM.
Members may showcase their business once a year. To reserve a table space and date, please email Shannon O’Leary at email@example.com.
The GreenLane Board of Directors recently updated the organizational by-laws to reflect current standard practices. The updated by laws can be viewed here. If you have any questions or comments, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Below is a brief video featuring Ocean Robbins, founder of the Food Revolution Network, made for GreenLane’s May 2015 meeting entitled “Uncovering the Power of Your Plate”.