Sustainable Florida was not always a program of the Collins Center for Public Policy. It began as a public-private governmental foundation and was administratively part of the Florida Department of Natural Resources. Its mission shifted and it became a program of the Governor's Office under Lawton Chiles. It became a stand-along non-profit organization in 1999. From 2004 through 2011, it was part of the Collins Center for Public Policy. We continue our rich tradition of service as an independent non-profit organization. Learn More!
Over the years, Sustainable Florida has worked hard to tell the story of companies and organizations doing well by doing good. It is great to learn from those who are leading by examples. Learn more and meet the nominees, finalists and winners of the Sustainable Florida Best Practice Awards program, learn about the developments of organizations in advancing the vision of sustainability and review other publications including a recap of 10 years of awards, case studies for use in business classes and more. Check Out Our Publications!
There is a lot happening on college campuses across Florida. From inter-disciplinary minors to four-year degrees to environmental MBAs, there is something for almost everyone. And that doesn't even count the "green" student groups and the pledges of the university presidents to green their campuses. Find Out What's Happening On Campus!
Calendar Of Events
Please check our Sustainable Florida Calender of Events page frequently for notifications and descriptions of upcoming conferences and events and how you can be involved. Check Out Our Calendar!