We are pleased to present an annual sustainability report for the State of Wisconsin, sponsored by the Wisconsin Sustainable Business Council and the Wisconsin School of Business.

Tailored specifically to the state of Wisconsin, these reports began as a presentation of a broad view of the state’s progress in recovering from the recession. Since then, they have continued to highlight  both successes and areas in need of improvement within the state.

The metrics used reflect a holistic view of the state’s performance, integrating economic success with social and environmental accomplishments and we are the only state to produce this type of state-wide sustainability report. This “Triple Bottom Line” approach mirrors reporting that is being done by many companies in the state, including SCJohnson, MillerCoors, Johnson Controls and others.

We have much to be proud of! Take a look at both this year’s as well as previous year’s sustainability reports. Please complete the short form below to download the reports:

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WI Sustainability Report 2012
WI Sustainability Report 2011
WI Sustainability Report 2010
WI Sustainability Report 2009

Engaged employees stay for what they give; the disengaged stay solely for what they can get. — Anonymous

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