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Finalists for this lifetime achievement award are selected by a nominating committee comprised of past inductees and past WMSBF board presidents. This year they chose Mark, to recognize the great contribution he has made to sustainable business throughout his career so far.
From his early induction into business action on climate at international carpet manufacturer Interface, to the last 10 years leading Natural Capital Partners’ work in the Americas, Mark has shown what experience combined with a continual desire to learn more can achieve. Through Mark’s work with our clients he has reduced more than 4.7 million tonnes of greenhouse gas emissions and has driven demand for more than 6 million MWh of renewable energy.
Stephen Killeen, CEO of Natural Capital Partners commented: “Mark is one of the most professional, knowledgeable and hard-working men I have ever had the pleasure to work with. His commitment to our clients is unsurpassed and his work ethic unmatched. We are delighted to see his achievements recognized with this award.”
From Grand Rapids in Michigan, where he is based, Mark LaCroix commented: “I am extremely honored to receive this award and become the 12th member of the West Michigan Sustainable Business Hall of Fame. For more than 20 years the WMSBF has been supporting the advancement of cutting edge sustainable business practices and has created an ecosystem of professionals from whom I have learned so much. I am also grateful to Natural Capital Partners which has empowered me to do important and highly rewarding work with leading companies to help them achieve their environmental goals. I am looking forward to having even more impact in the years ahead.”
To discuss how your business can achieve its climate and renewable energy goals, please contact Mark at email@example.com.
Watch Mark explain how companies can meet their renewable energy goals.