Our Mission: Raising the level of social, environmental, and economic performance through shared responsibility and collaboration among business, non-governmental, academic, and government organizations.
The Stewardship Action Council is a national nonprofit organization dedicated to improving social and environmental performance. Our members include representatives from the academic, state government, non-governmental, investment and industrial and services sectors.
The Innovation Challenge’s core value is to support the triple bottom line – people, planet, profit. Regardless of size or industry, your organization will be empowered to reach goals, improve results, and become more competitive. This year, any innovative environmental and/or health initiatives will be considered. This challenge is opened to you, if you believe that your organization has helped the triple bottom line, share your story with us.
Submissions for the 2016 Innovation Challenge are due October 1, 2015 and are open to organizations of all sizes and industries. The Innovation Challenge honors organizations for their achievement in the implementation of innovative EHS programs. Winners:
Winners will be presented their award at a reception in their honor following the first day of the Campbell Institute Symposium – to be held in Austin, TX February 25, 2016. Moving forward, it is expected that winners will serve as advocates for the Innovation Challenge in the future and will continue to be enthusiastic supporters of the Campbell Institute and Stewardship Action Council.
An application fee of $250 ($100 for 501(c)(3) organizations) applies for each submission. Review the Information Packet today or contact us to learn more!
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October 1, 2015
$250 ($100 for 501(c)3 organizations)
Congratulations to Past Innovation Challenge Recipients
The Campbell Institute and the Stewardship Action Council came together to recognize outstanding examples at the leading edge of EHS. The Campbell Institute/Stewardship Action Council Innovation Challenge honored three organizations for their achievement in the implementation of an innovative program which addressed key EHS topics.This year's recipients include:
2012-2013 Annual Report Released
The 100-page report features an Executive Summary, which highlights the organization’s growth since its creation in 2011 as well as its membership, organizational goals, and accomplishments. The report also features facility pages submitted by SAC's diverse membership.
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The Stewardship Action Council invites all interested members to join now with a one-time first year application fee. By joining, you agree to meet the commitments of the SAC, and submit participating facility information form(s) within one year, and pay the applicable annual membership fee.