RSS Feedprint pageemail pagehome
The Heart of Community and Commerce Creve Coeur Missouri

Go To Search
Sustainability Series
Residential Sustainable Living Series
The Creve Coeur Energy and Environment Committee is proud to offer a free Sustainable Living series intended to help Creve Coeur residents save money while reducing their environmental impact. These events are free and open to the public.

Make Your Life Greener: More Money in Your Pocket, Less Impact on the Environment

Thursday, March 17 and Tuesday, March 22 at 7:00 p.m.
Dielmann Recreation Complex
11400 Olde Cabin Road


Creve Coeur residents and community members are invited to learn about simple and cost-effective actions you can take to save money while reducing your environmental impact. Dr. Joseph Martinich, Founders Professor of Logistics and Operations Management at the University of Missouri - St. Louis, will present on specific ways to save money related to lighting, heating, air-conditioning, appliances, cable boxes, computers and vehicles. If time allows, ideas for waste reduction and a discussion of your recycling options will be included. This event is free and open to anyone in the St. Louis area, so tell your friends!

The presentation is available here.


Business Sustainability Series
The Creve Coeur Energy and Environment Committee is proud to offer a free Business Sustainability Series intended to help businesses and not-for-profits save money while reducing their environmental impact. These events are free and open to the public.

Green Means Business: Success Reports from the St. Louis Green Business Challenge

Thursday, March 17, 8:30 a.m.
Mercy Health Center
621 S New Ballas Rd
Map and Directions

Speaker: Jean Ponzi – Green Resources Manager, Missouri Botanical Garden

The Challenge is a joint program of the St. Louis Regional Chamber and the Missouri Botanical Garden that delivers “Triple Bottom Line” results (fiscal, social and environmental) to businesses of all types and sizes across the bi-state region. Since 2010, over 170 companies have voluntarily integrated sustainable budgeting, planning and practice into both everyday operations and innovative work as Challenge participants. Diverse examples from Ponzi’s experience as co-manager of the Challenge illustrate practical, cost-effective, inspiring options applicable to any business.



Home    |    Contact Us    |    Accessibility    |    Site Map    |    Powered by Green Energy    |    Powered by CivicPlus    |    Copyright Notices    |    Disclaimer