Firm commits to a year-long effort to educate people on the importance of sustainability
Submitted by: BrownFlynn
Posted: Jan 27, 2011 – 04:29 PM EST
CLEVELAND, Jan. 27 /CSRwire/ - Corporate responsibility and sustainability consulting firm, BrownFlynn, announces the release of their second annual sustainability report entitled, 15 Minutes of Sustainability. 15 Years of BrownFlynn. In collaboration with its valued design partner Studio Graphique, BrownFlynn has taken Andy Warhol's famous quote about '15 minutes of fame' and turned it on its side to pose a challenge to its readers: What if everyone took 15 minutes out of their day, week or year to engage in sustainable practices?
This year also commemorates BrownFlynn's 15th year in business. To celebrate this special anniversary, the Firm is committing to a year-long effort to educate its community and the world about the importance of sustainability. The launch of BrownFlynn's report is the first of many educational activities planned--it is the company's goal to host, participate in, facilitate or sponsor at least 15 sustainability events throughout 2011.
"We are both humbled and honored to have served our valued clients on their sustainability journeys for more than 15 years," said Barbara Brown, Principal and Co-Owner of BrownFlynn. "It seems only fitting to celebrate this milestone with the launch of our second annual sustainability report and to dedicate our 15th anniversary by making a substantial commitment to educate others on the importance of sustainability. It's going to be a great year ahead."
To review BrownFlynn's new sustainability report, click here.
For 15 years, BrownFlynn has been advising companies on how to integrate responsible practices into their business strategies and how to communicate these practices internally and externally for bottom-line impact. Through BrownFlynn Learning, its corporate sustainability education and training division, BrownFlynn conducts workshops, webinars, on-site trainings, conferences and a variety of other venues, to educate companies how to triple their bottom line--environmentally, socially and economically.
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