Day: September 27, 2022

From The Publisher

“The only safe ship in a storm is leadership.” – Faye Wattleton   We at EVOLVE Magazine hope that you and your team have made it safely through the storm. There will be an easier path for some, but the impact of Hurricane Ian will be felt throughout our community for some time to come. […]Read More

Ecotourism Flourishes Along the First Coast

First, let’s start with the definition. The International Ecotourism Society defines ecotourism as “responsible travel to natural areas that conserves the environment, sustains the well-being of the local people and involves interpretation and education.” There’s been a lot of talk about “responsible travel” lately and the carbon footprint one leaves when flying across the country […]Read More

Helping Small to Medium-Sized Companies Make a Change for the

For many small- to medium-sized enterprises, managing ESG (Environmental, Social and Governance) initiatives may be a lower priority than the day-to-day operation of their business. However, as ESG gains more visibility for investors and as the government begins to create more regulations around it, having a robust and efficient ESG monitoring and reporting system is […]Read More

The Face of PACE … Is It Right for Your

What IS it, and why should I consider the program?   The PACE Program: After the Great Recession, the PACE Program was funded by the private sector — and adopted on a case-by-case basis — by local governments modeling the national initiative. The Program enabled residential or commercial property owners — with challenges accessing capital […]Read More

Community Service Is Good Business

Junior Chamber and Waste Pro Team Up to Clean Up SR-100 and Flagler-Palm Coast High School Waste Pro and the Junior Chamber of Commerce partnered on a community cleanup at Flagler-Palm Coast High School (FPC) and SR-100. Approximately 20 volunteers separated into two teams to clean the right of way and sidewalks along SR-100 from […]Read More