"It's great to be part of an organization that embodies the Bay Area's leadership on climate change. By tapping into BC3's forums for learning, networking, and sharing best practices, we've better integrated climate change into our core business strategies." - Jeff Caton, Bay Area Group Leader for Renewable Resources, ESA
attendance to all BC3 events and invite guests.
access to BC3 website, including myBC3 Climate Leader Profiles.
content and resources.
value of BC3 membership.
and business connection opportunities.
to speak, host, and collaborate on events.
from BC3 Staff to maximize connections and resources in the network.
to lead and participate in Project Teams.
“BC3 offers businesses an unprecedented opportunity to engage deeply and meaningfully in local efforts to address climate change and build a stronger, more sustainable Bay Area economy.” - Melanie Nutter, Director, San Francisco Department of Environment
“Voluntary initiatives such as the Business Council on Climate Change will be crucial in bringing about progressive and robust action on the global climate crisis.” - Georg Kell, Executive Director, United Nations Global Compact
“BC3 is the premiere organization for Bay Area companies committed to environmental responsibility. The networking, workshops, and opportunity to work hand-in-hand with the City of San Francisco and other leadership companies has been incredibly valuable for Blue Shield.” - Nancy Shaw, Corporate Responsibility Manager, Blue Shield of California
“BC3 provides a strong, credible voice within the Bay Area business community for taking action on climate change. We think this is an incredible opportunity to learn from our peers and influence more businesses to get involved.” - Kindley Walsh Lawlor, Senior Director of Global Responsibility and Environmental Affairs, Gap, Inc.
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