What does it mean to be a "leader in sustainability" and why is it important? Read on for insight...
The merits of sustainability.
Scouting's Sustainability Road Trip
Jump on-board and follow Zach Carson as he makes a trip across America visiting 40 some-odd Scout camps in search of the best sustainability practices.
The Sustainability Awards committee will be meeting on June 3rd to reach a decision on this year's honoree. Do you know a company whose project, innovation, or technology should be nominated? Click the link below. Nomination forms are due by 5:00pm on Monday, June 2nd. http://buffalotrailbsa.org/?p=1295
It's a Way of Life.
Investing in new technology, exploration, extraction, and processing is necessary to stay competitive in the energy industry. But investing in our future requires a broader perspective. Your participation in the Sustainability Awards Luncheon provides an excellent opportunity to network with leaders in cutting edge practices of resource management. But it also creates incentive and enthusiasm for coming generations to rise to the challenges of growing demands and higher standards of living throughout our world.
For more information about how you can participate or become a sponsor in the Sustainability Awards, click here: http://buffalotrailbsa.org/?p=1295
It's a Way of Business.
Success in business is often defined by profit margins. While that will always be a necessary component, the definition of success is evolving. More and more businesses inside energy related fields are recognizing the merit of sustainability as it relates to our limited resources and care of the environment. And more and more, this is translating into not only a cleaner planet but even increased profitability in the long run.
Want to be a part of the move towards supporting cleaner and more sustainable business models? Start by clicking here: http://buffalotrailbsa.org/?p=1295
It's More than a Badge...
The Boy Scouts of America has long lead the charge in environmental education and responsible use of our natural resources. The Forestry merit badge was introduced in 1911, Soil and Water Conservation in 1952, Geology in 1953, Environmental Science in 1972, Energy in 1976, and most recently the Sustainability merit badge in July of 2013. Through these and many other programs, Scouting continues to provide our youth with the tools they need to make wise and ethical decisions for the energy of the future.