When faced with the decision to move KLVX-TV Channel 10 television from its old studio location, Tom Axtell had no idea of the journey into the world of sustainability that awaited him.
Green Chips, a sustainability nonprofit providing resources through collaborations, is the Green Award winner in the nonprofit category.
For MGM Resorts International, being named the Green Award winner in the hotel/casino category is larger than being the best on the Strip. It is about setting a standard for an entire industry to follow.
Despite the slow economic recovery, many businesses are seeing âgreenâ as the path to a sustainable future and achieving a LEED certification by the U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC) as the Medal of Honor.
Green initiatives are inherent to the culture at the Regional Transportation Commission of Southern Nevada, according to David Swallow, senior director of Engineering and Technology.
Annette Bubak, co-founder and president of Green Alliance, attributes the success of GREENFest’s marketing campaign to the grassroots effort of the event’s green and media partners.
At CDW’s Western Distribution Center in North Las Vegas, recycling is more than a workplace concept — itâs a lifestyle employees are encouraged to take home.
A commitment to green building is a common tagline shared by many resorts, not just in Las Vegas, but around the world.