State of Corporate Conservation 2022: Biodiversity as the Ultimate Key Performance Indicator

Read the transcript of Margaret O'Gorman's speech given at Conservation Conference 2022 in Detroit, Michigan.

2022 WHC Awards Announced at WHC Conservation Conference

DETROIT, MI, JUNE 15, 2022 – Wildlife Habitat Council (WHC) announced the winners of its 2022 WHC Awards during the WHC Conservation Conference held in Detroit, Michigan on June 14-15. The WHC Awards honor excellence in corporate conservation, and recipients include national and international companies representing a variety of industries. The year’s top awards, which […]

WHC and SP Receive EPA Award to Promote Pollution Prevention in Southeastern U.S. Auto Industry

SILVER SPRING, MD, OCTOBER 18, 2021 – Corporate conservation organization Wildlife Habitat Council (WHC) and automotive industry environmental sustainability association Suppliers Partnership for the Environment (SP) will receive $68,000 in funding from the EPA Region 4 Source Reduction Assistance (SRA) Grant Program, an initiative that supports pollution prevention (P2) efforts in the American Southeast. The […]

New White Paper Conservation and Community Through Site-Specific Reclamation

SILVER SPRING, MD, January 5, 2021 – Wildlife Habitat Council (WHC) offers a new white paper available for download today, Conservation and Community Through Site-Specific Reclamation – End uses that encourage native species prosperity and connect to local and regional needs. The white paper is sponsored by Chemours and is available for free on our website. The white paper […]

ArcelorMittal grants Wildlife Habitat Council $45,000 for Climate Initiative

SILVER SPRING, Md. (September 16, 2019)  – Wildlife Habitat Council (WHC) received $45,000 from the world’s leading integrated steel and mining company, ArcelorMittal, for its Climate Action Works initiative, a newly created initiative that is corporate-driven, community-minded and biodiversity-based. With this grant, WHC hopes to build a framework that engages corporate landowners in leveraging their […]

Looking Forward: The Next 30 Years of Corporate Conservation – A Conservation Conference Recap

In 2018, WHC celebrated 30 years of experience at the intersection of conservation and business. We delved into our past accomplishments and celebrated the progress we’ve made. But always looking forward we ask ourselves, What does the next 30 years look like? What is the future of corporate conservation? At the 2018 WHC Conservation Conference […]

Collaborations for Conservation: Keystone Policy Center honors WHC, GM and Toyota as national leaders in sustainability

SILVER SPRING, MD, JUNE 8, 2016 – The Wildlife Habitat Council (WHC), along with its members General Motors and Toyota Motor North America, have been jointly honored with the 23rd Annual Keystone Policy Center Leadership in Environment Award, recognizing their partnership to expand wildlife habitat, support pollinator health, and enhance biodiversity around the world. Accepting the […]

Pollinator Information at Lafarge North America’s Sun City Safety Day 2014

Lafarge North America’s Sun City Aggregates site in the Phoenix, Arizona metro area holds an annual Safety Day in recognition of its employees’ safety achievements. At this year’s event, held on November 7, 2014, a pollinator information booth and a safety quiz with pollinator conservation questions were incorporated into the event’s activities. Approximately 80 people […]

Planning a Pollinator Garden?

Free or Low-Cost Resources May Be Available Through a special partnership of the Wildlife Habitat Council (WHC), Monarch Watch and the North American Pollinator Protection Campaign, WHC programs in the northeast and Midwest United States may be able to receive free or low-cost seeds, low-cost plugs (small plants) and expert advice on species selection from […]

Celebrate Independence Day the Wildlife Way

Here’s an idea for a fun Fourth of July activity: plant a patriotic pollinator garden!  Many pollinator-friendly plants have red, white, or blue blooms, berries, stems, or leaves. (Click here for a list of red, white and blue plants.) Already have a pollinator garden? Even if it doesn’t have a red, white, and blue theme, you can still […]
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