greenUP! is the fiscal partner for the Green Business Engagement National Network (GBENN), a consortium of unique local, state-wide and national green business programs from across the United States.
greenUP! to act as fiscal partner for GREENevada to manage the legacy Golden Pinecone Sustainability Awards in 2016, 2017 and 2019.
greenUP! announced it has received a $12,898 grant from the Nevada Division of Environmental Protection (NDEP) Bureau of Sustainable Materials Management 2020 Recycling Grant Program. The grant is designed to increase recycling, public awareness of the importance of conserving natural resources, and encourage the reduction, reuse and recycling of solid waste in Nevada. greenUP! will useRead More
greenUP! is promoting the green dining district by flying a banner that will span Carson Street from January 20 to February 2. For the first week of the promotion, Green Dining District Restaurants will honor a $1 discount for those that bring their Nevada Day stainless steel commemorative mugs towards either a 16-oz beverage orRead More
Sierra Jickling has joined greenUP! as the Green Dining District intern. She joined in January 2020 after graduating in 2019 from the University of Nevada, Reno with degrees in Environmental Science and Psychology. While in college, she served for one year as the Director of Sustainability for the Associated Students of the University of Nevada (ASUN),Read More
Kolo 8 included the sustainability focus for Nevada Day including the stainless steel cups purchased to reduce waste at this year’s Nevada Day. See Kolo8NewsNow clip.Read More
Western Nevada College hired Erica Gallegos to manage the GreenBizTracker database and to supervise WNC interns who will be hired for the Nevada Green Business Program. See article in CarsonNOW.Read More
greenUP! worked together with the Nevada Day organizers, Nevada Recycles, Waste Management, Incline Village General Improvement District – Drink Tahoe,Carson City Parks, Recreation and Open Spaces, Muscle Powered, Carson Demolition and Desert Pigs to form a green team to make this years Nevada Day a more sustainable event. See CarsonNow article by Kelsey Penrose fromRead More