Partners for a Sustainable Nevada
For us, Home means a sustainable Nevada, where we can grow and prosper, while maintaining our natural resources for generations to come. Whether in the private or public sector, each of us has a role to play with advancing sustainability in our state. That is why the Nevada Division of Environmental Protection, Bureau of Sustainable Materials Management is bringing together stakeholders of various backgrounds to discuss sustainability issues and opportunities and find innovative solutions. We are very excited about the launch of this new initiative, Partners for a Sustainable Nevada, and hope you are too.
Addressing Sustainable Materials Management in Nevada Together
Partners for a Sustainable Nevada will bring together non-government organizations (NGOs) and governmental agencies to foster communication and collaboration, promote sustainability programs across the state, and guide stakeholders towards a common vision – a Nevada where communities recognize and implement the sustainable use of all resources. This stakeholder group will identify areas of improvement within communities, which will then be used to tailor stakeholder efforts to best advance sustainability development statewide.
This first meeting will begin the discussion on sustainability issues within our communities and will involve the development of a shared and agreed-upon vision of what we plan to achieve as we address sustainability in Nevada. We need you and your ideas to address sustainable materials management in our State. We look forward to seeing you at this meeting as we take the first important step in addressing sustainable materials management in Nevada.
The kick-off meeting was held virtually on August 18, 2021 at 1:30 p.m. P.T. View a recording of the meeting here.
Not a member yet? If you would like to join Partners for a Sustainable Nevada and receive email updates about upcoming meeting dates, please contact one of our Sustainable Materials Management Coordinators with the following information: your organization’s name, a little bit about your organization, and a brief statement regarding your organization’s interest in this group.