Catch the Buzz!

Celebrate with the Sustany Foundation at our

10th Annual Sustainable Buzz
Thursday November 16, 2017

At The Straz Center on the Riverfront
6:00-9:00 p.m.
20% off promo code: BOD20

Sustany® Updates, Programs & Events

The Sustainable Business Awards 

The 9th Annual Sustainable Business Awards are set for June 7!  Tickets and Sponsorships now available!  Visit the Sustainable Business Awards Event Page


Every week ThinkSustany® bloggers bring us the latest local news and sustainability features from around the world.

2015 Impact Letter 
We had a busy year in 2015! Read our 2015 Impact Letter Here!

Sustany® funds projects and organizations promoting sustainability in Tampa Bay, such as student field trips to Nature’s Academy.


The Latest News from ThinkSustany® Blog

2017 Sustainable Business Awards a Success

Congratulations to the 2017 Sustainable Business Award Winners! The Sustany Foundation and the University of Tampa Center for Ethics held the annual Sustainable Business Awards Wednesday, June 7, at the University of Tampa’s Vaughn Center. Now in their 9th year, the Sustainable Business Awards recognize and honor for-profit businesses in the Tampa Bay Area that engage

Sustany Tampa Community Garden Tour

Community gardens are sprouting up across the Tampa Bay region, in deed-restricted suburban communities where individual home gardens are discouraged, in urban “food deserts” that lack fresh, affordable produce markets, and in a variety of places in between. Supporters note the many benefits the gardens provide, including greater access to healthy locally-grown food, opportunities for

Coral Reefs Dying Off Fast in Japan

  We here in Tampa Bay understand how our life and livelihood is tied to the Bay and the Gulf of Mexico. Our coral reefs are the nurserys and habitats for much of our marine life.  Articles like this are of grave concern to us here as water temperature rise.  Japans Larget Reef is dead

Genetically Modified Plants May Save us

Geoengineering a solution to climate change is risky. Doing nothing might be riskier. We understand how important our environment is to maintaining our earth. How can science look to enhance our own environment? Read the interesting article on Inverse Science’s website.