Audubon International – the environmentally focused non-profit organization offering members numerous certifications and conservation initiatives to protect the areas where we all live, work, and play – reports that it recently added nearly twenty new members to its Audubon Cooperative Sanctuary for Golf Certification and Green Lodging Certification tracks, continuing a strong growth trend that shows no signs of slowing in the second half of 2023 and beyond.
From April 28 to July 28, eleven golf clubs from every corner of the United States, as well as one club in Bogota, Colombia, enrolled in the ACSP for Golf Certification program. In the U.S., there are six new members from California and one each from Alabama, Colorado, Hawaii, Missouri and South Carolina.
Amelia Island, Florida, is home to all five new Green Lodging Certification program enrollees. They range from a Comfort Suites to Ritz-Carlton, highlighting the Green Lodging program’s suitability for lodging partners of all sizes and price points.
“We continue to celebrate our 35th anniversary as a leader in implementing, teaching and championing sustainability practices for outdoor spaces including golf courses and indoor spaces such as hotels and corporate buildings,” says Christine Kane, CEO of Audubon International. “We continue to welcome a steady stream of new enrollees in all of our certification programs, and we invite all operators to join us in planning and implementing a more sustainable future for their businesses, and the planet.”
To learn more about how your local golf course, community, lodging property or resort can gain recognition for your environmental efforts or to learn how to expand your initiatives through Audubon International’s numerous environmental certifications, visit www.auduboninternational.org or call toll free: 1-844-767-9051
About Audubon International
An environmentally focused non-profit organization, Audubon International offers members numerous certifications and conservation initiatives to protect the areas where we all live, work, and play. Its certifications are designed to increase environmental awareness, encourage sustainable environmental efforts, and educate both its members and their communities.