The University of Guam-Guam Green Growth (G3) initiative will break ground on another community garden at the Dededo Sports Complex in October, following the successful
An island-led movement for sustainability
Guam Green Growth is a public-private partnership that develops tangible solutions to sustainability challenges and contributes to a green economy for the island region. In September 2019, Governor Lourdes A. Leon Guerrero and Lt. Governor Joshua F. Tenorio promulgated Executive Order 2019-23, creating an 80-member Working Group of government, academia, private sector, non-profit, and youth partners to transition Guam toward a sustainable future. The executive order assigned the facilitation of the Working Group to the University of Guam Center for Island Sustainability.
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The Guam Green Growth Circular Economy Makerspace and Innovation Hub played host to a Corporate Social Responsibility workshop featuring Ericka Anderson, co-founder of the Guam
Department of Agriculture (DOAG) Forestry and Soil Resources Division (FRSD), with UOG Center for Island Sustainability & Sea Grant and several small businesses invites the