Town of Jackson-Teton County Resolution
Unanimously approved by our local elected officials for Jackson Hole to be a world-leading sustainable community and destination.
Jackson Hole Community Conversation Project Report
Presents the results of a series of community conversations and a workshop that addressed the issues and means for managing the growing number of visitors to Jackson Hole
The Case for Responsible Travel 2019
Provides the latest, most integrated set of data and research results on the impacts, benefits, and trends for sustainable travel
Sustainability Resource Guide
Contains sustainability information resources, references, and tools from Teton County, Wyoming and beyond.
Tips for sustainability storytelling with links to great resources for communicating about your sustainability initiatives and results.
Third Party Product Certification List
Provides an initial listing of organizations and programs that certify products as environmentally and/or socially responsible.
Organizing Your Sustainability Team
A guide for your business or organization’s sustainability organization and practices
Reduce, Recycle, & Reuse (RRR) Business Leaders Program
The RRR Business Leaders is a local green business certification program and membership-based association managed by Teton County Integrated Solid Waste & Recycling. Teton County businesses, nonprofits and government agencies are encouraged to apply for membership. Member organizations receive community recognition and a variety of marketing and networking benefits. To view the RRR Business Leaders application, please click here.
Teton County Integrated Solid Waste & Recycling’s attractive visual guide for what can and can’t be recycled in Teton County, Wyoming.
Road to Zero Waste Green Event Guide
A resource for organizations and individuals planning events in Teton County – large or small. The goal of this guide is for event organizers to reduce environmental impact, increase cost effectiveness, and create greater connectedness across the local community with regards to solid waste reduction.
GSTC Early Adopters Program – Teton County Report – September 19, 2012.pdf
This report from the Global Sustainable Tourism Council provides their evaluation of Teton County, Wyoming’s sustainability efforts according to the draft sustainability criteria for destinations, and their conclusions and recommendations for our community to strive collectively towards greater levels of sustainability.
Council for Responsible Sport
The Council for Responsible Sport certifies responsibly produced sporting events, like Old Bill’s Fun Run. The Council’s certification standards address environmental responsibility, social inclusion and community impact, and its 61 certification credits comprise a recipe book of sorts that are meant to be as inspiring and relevant to event organizers just starting down the path of sustainability as they are to folks who are ready to pursue Council certification.
Protect Our Winters
POW’s mission is to unite and actively engage the global snow sports community to lead the fight against climate change.
Alternate Fuels Data Center
The Alternative Fuels Data Center (AFDC) provides information, data, and tools to help fleets and other transportation decision makers find ways to reduce petroleum consumption through the use of alternative and renewable fuels, advanced vehicles, and other fuel-saving measures.
This webinar and materials will help fleet managers and drivers identify and quantify hidden efficiency losses in drivers’ daily habits. From idling to speeding and tire pressure to roof racks, efficiency losses can add up quickly and cost you dearly at the pump and in the shop. Learn how to best mitigate these losses, save money, and reduce emissions through simple, no-cost adjustments of driving style.
Learn about recommended Carbon Calculators and ways to improve your carbon footprint in the Spring 2020 issue of Green Matters. For a deep dive into the world of carbon calculators for baselining, determining, tracking and reducing carbon emissions, read this ARTICLE by Riverwind Foundation team member Tom Crowell.