WEC awards $2m in grants to Latin American innovators
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WEC has awarded approximately $500,000 to each of the four winners of its Pathways Innovation Challenge project:  Lutheran World Relief, Núcleo Biotecnología Curauma, ICAM GROUP, and Vista Volcanes. These organizations are accelerating business development and promoting sustainable economic growth in Latin America.   The U.S. Department of State has funded WEC and its partners, Le Groupe-conseil baastel ltée (Baastel)Context Partners, and EarthShift, through a grant to select and bring to scale the winning, local solutions identified through the Pathways Innovation Challenge. For more information on this exciting initiative, please see the press release.

SC Johnson to receive 2015 WEC Gold Medal
scjwecWEC is delighted to announce that its 31st Annual Gold Medal for International Corporate Achievement in Sustainable Development will be awarded to SC Johnson. The company is being recognized for its comprehensive focus on sustainability and transparency initiatives, capped off by its rigorous Greenlist™ process to improve product ingredients. SC Johnson will accept the Gold Medal Award on Thursday, May 14, 2015, during the Gold Medal Presentation Ceremony in Washington, D.C. For details on the Gold Medal's history and on the Greenlist™ initiative, please see the full press release.  


2014 Annual Review Now Available

The World Environment Center (WEC) is pleased to announce the release of its 2014 Annual Review. We invite you to learn more about our exciting initiatives and successes of the past year, notably the award of a $4.05 million State Department grant and our latest thought leadership events. Enjoy!

CEO's blog

From WEC CEO Terry YosieTerry crop

The Marketplace as Policy Innovator -

January 19, 2015

3 Reasons to Move Beyond Shareholder Value - Sept 10, 2014


WEC Photo Gallery
WEC Roundtable Brussels 2010
From left to right: Ludwig Metz (Bristol-Meyer Suibb), Dr. Dieter Bendix (Boehringer Ingelheim GmbH), Cat Watkins (Ernst & Young)