Urban Green Lab’s Workplaces Division builds a community and culture of sustainable workplace behaviors in businesses large and small throughout Nashville.
Are you a professional or a company interested in making sustainable workplace education a recognized part of your business? At Urban Green Lab, we work together with you to create a system and a plan for teaching your workforce the basics of sustainable workplace practice that inspires customers, attracts great talent, and saves you money. No matter your industry or size, we organize, train, and connect teams of staff and directors known as “Sustainable Workplace Professionals” who thread sustainable workplace lessons into the anatomy of your company, and make it a part of your mission, values, and culture.
Our Workplaces Division includes personalized team trainings, access to sustainable workplace curricula and tools, and introduction to community resources that help you better solve your business’s sustainability challenges. The Division hosts the Corporate Sustainability Roundtable for Nashville, uniting professionals from some 40 companies large and small (Nissan, Kroger, Country Music Television, etc.) to exchange best practices, tour member companies, and advocate collectively, as well as Workforce Discoveries which embeds highschool seniors from the MNPS Academies of Nashville program into company teams.
Sustainable Workplace Programs
Corporate Sustainability Roundtable
The Corporate Sustainability Roundtable is Nashville’s corporate community of best practice for exploring strategies to create sustainable workplaces in companies large and small.
Urban Green Lab’s Diana Andrew was interviewed by a local news station about food assistance for Metro Nashville Public Schools students and families.Read More
Urban Green Lab and Tennessee State University team up to train about equitable decision-making.Read More
Do you already compost? Want to do more or learn how to recycle food scraps? Are you affiliated with an urban farm, community garden, school, or community venue that might want to become a demonstration site or pilot a program?
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Diana Andrew has been invited to sit on a panel for the Tennessee Department of Health’s Coffee & Conversations series on Sustainable Living and Equitable Communities in Tennessee.Read More
Nicole Brose was interviewed by a local news station about the pandemic’s effect on the environment and changing policies surrounding reusable bags at retail stores.Read More
Diana Andrew was interviewed by Cincinnati Hills Christian Academy about all things sustainable living.Read More
The NRDC is moving to the next phase of its work to reduce food waste in cities and Nashville will be one of the two regional hubs!Read More