St. Louis Greenprint 2012

The RCGA’s  St. Louis Greenprint 2012 is an action plan to help grow the St. Louis regional green economy. From July through December 2011, representatives from more than 50 companies, universities, government entities, labor institutions, and non-profits gathered to determine the most effective strategies for fostering green economic growth. This is just the beginning. We envision that the Greenprint will be an evolving process that continues to shape green economic growth well into the future.

The Greenprint contributors settled on six clear objectives, addressing a wide range of green economic development issues.

The Greenprint contributors settled on six clear objectives, addressing a wide range of green economic development issues.

This section describes how Greenprint working teams were divided and how objectives, initiatives, and action steps were established.

These metrics will help the Greenprint contributors understand which initiatives are leading St. Louis toward green economic growth.

The Greenprint has five core initiatives, each with a set of 2012 action steps. Click on the links for more details:

St. Louis has a strong green economic base from which to grow, from large clean technology companies to non-profit community action. Follow the links below to find out what the St. Louis region has to offer:

If you would like to get involved in the St. Louis Greenprint 2012, please contact Eric Schneider, Senior Director of Energy and Environment at eschneider@stlrcga.org.

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