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Building Wellness Institute, formerly PenguinCare, was established in 2005 to help businesses, long-term care facilities, schools, and universities protect the health and comfort of their building occupants through comprehensive training, consulting, and assessment programs. BWI provides training on green cleaning and prepares institutions and services to meet Green Seal’s certification requirements in GS-42.
Emerald Advisors & Consultants, Inc., is dedicated to providing small- to medium enterprises with the tools to achieve their sustainability goals. Emerald is a certified Women-owned Business Enterprise (WBE) by New York City, and a member of the US Green Buildings Council and the Northeast Sustainable Energy Association.
Environmental Media Association
is a non-profit organization dedicated to harnessing the power of the entertainment industry and the media to educate the global public on environmental issues and motivate sustainable lifestyles. Green Seal helped EMA develop the criteria for the EMA Green Seal Program, which is a self-assessment program for production companies.
Environmental Problem Solving Enterprises, is a consulting firm dedicated to bringing private sector infrastructure to the environmental problem-solving arena through: marketing, advocacy, regulatory representation, sustainable design/building, recycling, renewable energy, legal planning, and legislation.
Green Lodging News is the lodging industry’s leading environmental news source. Founded in July 2006 by Glenn Hasek, President, Hasek Communications L.L.C., Green Lodging News consists of a weekly e-mail newsletter and Green Supplier Spotlight e-blast that currently reach 9,500+, and a website that attracts 32,000+ different visitors each month.
GreenHotelWorld.com provides the eco-conscious traveler with a hotel booking platform to search, filter by green practices and book more than 5,200 green certified hotels in 107 countries while compensating the carbon emissions of all overnight stays of its bookers at no additional costs. Its mission is to make green traveling the new status quo and that next to location, price and availability, the green practices of the hotel become as important.
Healthy Schools Network, Inc, is the leading national voice for children’s environmental health at school and a national-award-winning 501(c)3 not-for-profit environmental health organization. Green Seal works with the Healthy Schools Network to build awareness about green cleaning and the use of third-party certified products in schools, specifically through National Healthy Schools Day activities each year in April.
Los Angeles Green Business Program is a partnership to increase sustainability among businesses in Los Angeles. Partners include the City of Los Angeles, L.A. Sanitation & Environment, L.A. Public Works, L. A. Community College District, L.A. Tourism & Convention Board, Arts: Earth Partnership, L.A. Dept. of Cultural Affairs, and Green Seal.
The Los Angeles Green Lodging Program is a part of the LA Green Business Program, and establishes a partnership between the City of L.A., L.A. Sanitation & Environment, L.A. Tourism & Convention Board, L.A. Better Buildings Challenge, L.A. Hotels Association, and Green Seal to encourage and promote sustainability certification of hotels in the area.
Next Bites works to empower members of the foodservice industry and dedicated diners alike to reduce our collective footprint, bolstering the health of our planet and its people. Green Seal has worked with Next Bites (fka Green Chicago Restaurant Coalition) to certify and promote sustainable restaurants and food services in Chicago.