The BrownFlynn, Green Plus Partnership

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BrownFlynn, a corporate sustainability consulting firm and the first U.S. certified trainer for the Global Reporting Initiative, recently partnered with the Institute for Sustainable Development.

Through this partnership, BrownFlynn will be able to provide its expertise in sustainability strategy and impact planning, goal setting, brand enhancement, stakeholder engagement, sustainability reporting and other internal and external communications to the companies and nonprofits that seek the Institute’s Green Plus certification.

“Aligning with Green Plus makes great strategic sense for BrownFlynn,” said Margie Flynn, co-owner of BrownFlynn.  “It enables us to expand our resources for smaller organizations while providing a management certification process that challenges small business owners to adopt sustainability in a meaningful way.”

Chris Carmody, Director of the Institute for Sustainable Development, stated in accord, “The team at the Institute for Sustainable Development is enthusiastic about partnering with BrownFlynn.  BrownFlynn’s experience working with larger companies will help Green Plus participants become more competitive.”

Look for upcoming posts about developments in sustainability that emerge from this mutually-valuable partnership.

To learn more about BrownFlynn, visit: www.brownflynn.com

To learn more about BrownFlynn Learning, their training and education division, visit: www.brownflynnlearning.com

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About BrownFlynn and BrownFlynn Learning: BrownFlynn is a corporate responsibility and sustainability consulting firm. We partner with clients to integrate environmentally and socially responsible practices into their business strategies and help them communicate those messages internally and...
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