Audubon International announces partnership with epar

By |  June 22, 2022 0 Comments

Audubon International, an environmentally focused non-profit organization, announces a new partnership with epar. Epar works with like-minded sport sustainability allies to explore and develop innovative net-zero approaches, technologies and nature-based climate change solutions that address the fundamental sustainability challenges facing golf.

“This new alliance is a perfect fit for both sides and Audubon International is beyond excited for the opportunity to extend its reach Down Under and help Australian golf courses develop and execute a plan that will protect the environment and promote sustainability,” said Christine Kane, CEO of Audubon International.

For 20 years, epar has helped clients build sustainability action strategies into their operations and mitigate risks that come with managing a golf facility. Along with parent company Environmental Business Solutions, epar works with clients to build capabilities – from identifying and measuring impacts to scenario planning, reporting on sustainable achievements and maintaining a safe environment that will thrive in a low carbon future.

“This collaboration will allow us to share golf’s leading certification recognition program with clubs throughout Australia,” said Terry Muir, founder and CEO of epar. “This partnership builds on a common shared vision between our organizations and we are excited to enable all Australian golf clubs access to the latest technology and information in support of golf’s action on sustainability and climate change.” 

Since 1991, the Audubon Cooperative Sanctuary Program for Golf  (ACSP) has steadily grown to include approximately 2,000 golf courses in the U.S. and three dozen countries worldwide.

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