The Call for Solutions 2014 Round 1 and Round 2 has been concluded. We are no longer accepting new submissions. However if you still wish to submit your solution, we shall consider it for Call for Solutions 2015.

To learn more about the competition and WEST2014, please click on the link below:
Call for Solutions

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10/29: Materials Matter: the problem with plastics recycling and...
10/29: NASA Ames Research Centre’s 75th Anniversary Open House
10/13: The Shivalingam Fountain
10/12: Guardian Angels

China’s Push for Environmental Reform

China’s Prime Minister, Xi Jinping, has recently introduced a series of economic and environmental reforms, emphasizing sustainable economic growth and environmental protection. Although China’s bureaucratic engine may partially hinder its implementation, the result of these new reforms has the potential to impact the country’s environmental footprint, as well as the global economy. Click here to read more.

SSV attends and promotes many events surrounding sustainability throughout the year.Check our Events Calendar to see upcoming events that interest you.


Upcoming Events:
11/14: The Ultimate MarketPlace !!!! Green Festival
11/19: WEST 2014 Summit - Net Positive Call for Action

Every month, SSV’s Green Guru features an article related to sustainability that is noteworthy. We invite you to send your sustainability related questions to the Green Guru at: greenguru@sustainablesv.org.


Full-Cost Accounting and the Value of Nature

In business theory, the ‘bottom-line’ is a well-established metric to represent economic success. This simple equation adequately accounts for financial profits and losses, but cannot always reflect external costs on natural landscapes, social structures, and other considerations that lack monetary representation. Read more.

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