The Fellowship Program consists of two separate, three-day intensive workshops that focus on the history, policy, and programming on topics spanning the education pipeline including early education, K-12, college and career readiness, postsecondary education, and workforce development. The workshops are taught by expert faculty as well as staff from state and local chambers who have put policy into practice to bring change and opportunity to their communities.
A shift from the take-make-waste model to the innovative circular economy model is essential for our planet and our future. It can also serve as an opportunity for companies to create new revenue streams and address resource constraint risks.
On August 15-16, the U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation hosted hundreds of sustainability and circular economy professionals at the Fifth Annual Sustainability and Circular Economy Summit in Washington, D.C.
All disasters are local. To support a community’s ability to react and recover quickly, we must improve the overall resilience of individuals, businesses, and communities.
With increased restrictions from international markets such as China, attention has turned to the state of U.S. recycling infrastructure. Business-led innovation in product and packaging has outpaced the infrastructure in place to collect it.
The opioid epidemic is destroying communities across the country, including those in Ohio.