The Jackson Hole & Yellowstone Sustainable Destination Program is pleased to present to you our sustainability consultant team. As you can read below, our consultants represent extensive expertise and resources in a diversity of sustainability areas. We offer you this expertise in our Sustainable Business Workshop Series and Technical Assistant Program. For more information on the workshop series, please visit the Sustainable Business Workshop page or contact Tim O’Donoghue at email@example.com.
The Sustainability Technical Assistance Program provides one-on-one technical assistance to small and emerging businesses. Our consultants will work with you to develop and implement sustainability policy and practices in your business planning and operations to meet your economic, community, and environmental goals and priorities. For more information on the Sustainability Technical Assistance Program, please contact Tim O’Donoghue at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Julie offers expertise and creative solutions across the full spectrum of sustainability. Focused on integrated solutions and legacy building program development, Confluence Sustainability offers unique experience in travel and tourism focused on hospitality, ski resorts, and public lands. We offer expertise transferable to many sectors – public, private and non-profit partners in:
- Enterprise-wide sustainability evaluations
- Sustainability strategy and planning
- Innovative program creation and operational implementation
- Building organizational capacity
- Public/private partnership development
- ISO management system structures
- Creative stakeholder engagement and communications strategy
Scott’s work focuses on creating a sustainable future for Jackson Hole and meeting the demand of business owners seeking sustainability-based strategic planning and guidance. In addition to working with the Jackson Hole & Yellowstone Sustainable Destination Program, inSight Sustainability works with a Jackson-born ski clothing company and Camp Dudley in Westport, NY (where Scott formerly ran the outdoor and sustainability programs). Scott currently serves as the Vice President of Slow Food in the Tetons and on the Teton County Integrated Solid Waste & Recycling Advisory Board, where he leads the Zero Waste Committee. Originally from Evergreen, CO, Scott has BA in Environmental Science and Spanish from Willamette University and is a graduate of the University of Colorado at Boulder’s Sustainable Practices Program.
Reduce, Recycle, & Reuse
Teton County Integrated Solid Waste & Recycling (ISWR) is pleased to present a new and improved Reduce, Reuse, Recycle (RRR) Business Leaders program! RRR Business Leaders is a local green business certification program and membership-based association managed by ISWR. 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. As Recycling and Outreach Coordinator for Teton County Integrated Solid Waste and Recycling, Mac Dukart strives to educate residents on the importance of waste diversion, and seeks to develop additional waste diversion opportunities to be offered to residents of the valley. Mac has worked as an educator over the past 15 years and holds a B.S. degree in Environmental Health for Colorado State University.
Tim assists organizations and businesses in incorporating sustainability policies and practices in their strategic plans, business plans, and operations in order to meet organizational and business mission, goals, and priorities. Certified Sustainable Travel Education Program Consultant and Assessor. RRR Business Leader. Graduate of the Uncommon Sense Program for sustainable operations and business leadership. As Executive Director of the Riverwind Foundation, Tim manages the Jackson Hole & Yellowstone Sustainable Destination Program. The Program’s vision is to position Jackson Hole and Yellowstone in Teton County, Wyoming to be a global leading sustainable destination.
Yellowstone-Teton Clean Energy CoalitionYellowstone-Teton Clean Energy Coalition’s (YTCEC) mission is to displace the use of petroleum in the regional transportation sector, improve air quality through reduced harmful exhaust emissions, and increase energy security and sustainability. This is accomplished primarily through the promotion of alternative fuels and vehicles, integrated transportation systems, and conservation strategies and technologies that benefit the public interest by reducing energy consumption, particularly of petroleum based fuels. Alicia has conceptualized and established the following programs: Green Fleets, Sustainability Series, Alternative Fuels and Vehicle Curriculum and the Greater Yellowstone Electric Vehicle Working Group
The mission of Energy Conservation Works (ECW) is to provide leadership, implementation, and education specific to energy conservation, energy sustainability, and energy efficiency. ECW started as the Jackson Hole Energy Sustainability Project. It was former World Bank President James Wolfensohn who inspired community leaders to transform Jackson Hole into an innovator of energy conservation and sustainability, utilizing our special landscape to share the message and encourage people towards action. ECW is based on a Memorandum of Understanding between the Town of Jackson, Teton County, and Lower Valley Energy (LVE) with the goal of achieving significant reductions in energy use over the next 20 years in order to keep our utility rates low, and also reduce our carbon footprint. Phil Cameron serves as the Executive Director of Energy Conservation Works. Based in Jackson, WY, ECW is a unique initiative of the Town of Jackson, Teton County and Lower Valley Energy designed to position Jackson Hole as an innovator of energy conservation and sustainability. ECW’s mission is provide leadership, implementation, and education specific to energy conservation, energy sustainability, and energy efficiency.