Law Office of Jeanne Coleman

by Alison Lueders, Great Green Editing This is the fourth in our series of companies that have achieved the City of Tampa’s Green Business Designation. This week we focus on the Law Office of Jeanne L. Coleman, which specializes in Family Law and Social Security Disability issues. The law firm was founded in 1985, and

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St. Petersburg Student Makes Big Impact on His School and Tampa Bay!

by Walker A. Wills, Freshman, Shorecrest Preparatory School My name is Walker A. Willis and I am a freshman at Shorecrest Preparatory School in St. Petersburg.  In 2015, I began a four-part sustainability project to benefit the students at my school.  My first project was designed and completed as the final requirement for my Eagle

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Midnight Waxers: Wash My Car but Hold the Water!

by Alison Lueders, Great Green Content Maintaining enough clean, fresh water for a growing, global population is a top-of-mind challenge for people who know even a little about sustainability issues. Water is a serious problem right now, from the historic California drought to as far away as Australia. And it’s an issue in our own

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Tampa Bay Universities Offer Sustainability Degrees

By Jacqueline Calla, Amherst College class of 2017 There are a surprising number of excellent sustainability education programs provided by Tampa Bay universities, of which few people are aware. These programs not only focus on sustainability locally, but also worldwide.  Merriam-Webster Dictionary defines the term “sustainability” as “a method of harvesting or using a resource

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Demystifying “Cradle to Cradle”

by Alison Lueders, Great Green Content Being “green” or “sustainable” is not exactly top-of-mind for many people. Part of the reason is that the jargon can get in the way of understanding what are often pretty straightforward ideas.

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Volunteer for the 2015 Hillsborough River & Coastal Clean-Up

The Sustany® Foundation, in partnership with the Davis Islands Civic Association, is proud to participate in Keep Tampa Bay Beautiful’s 28th Annual Hillsborough River & Coastal Clean-Up.

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A Mini-Grant Thank You Note

This letter was received from a thank you letter we received this week from Glory Moore for the mini-grant Sustany® awarded the Swallow Tailed Kite Telemetry project.  A mini-grant $50o was awarded to the Avian Research and Conservation Institute for a locally nesting bird to be fitted with a solar powered GPS.

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Beat the Heat Sustainably!

by Alison Lueders, Great Green Content No one needs to tell you that it’s hot – really hot. As I write this, here in toasty Tampa, Florida, the Weather Underground tells me that it’s 88 degrees, with a “feel like” temperature of 98. Phew! Temperatures are rising everywhere Tampa’s temperatures are actually better than most

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Let’s Talk Recycling

Our board member Brian sent in this link with recycling news. “I heard this on Diane Rehm Show, NPR on Tuesday July 6th.  Thought it worth sharing with you.”  Click here.

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Merger of Non-Profits Encourages Sustainability for Tampa Bay

June 6, 2015   Merger of Non-Profits Encourages Sustainability for Tampa Bay TAMPA, FL – The Sustany® Foundation, a leading facilitator of sustainability in Tampa Bay has announced that they have completed the merger with Sustainable Business Coalition of Tampa Bay (SBC) a non-profit working to raise the profile of sustainability in the business community. “We

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