The Green America Public Private Partnership (GAPPP)

The Green America Public Private Partnership (GAPPP)  is a national non-profit organization supporting the establishment and expansion  of “green” businesses and jobs programs that focus on the empowerment and expansion of small, minority & women owned companies (SMWs **) and  non-profit organizations that support local job and wealth creation through green business.

GAPPP will be comprised of individuals, business, civic and labor leaders, non-profits, for-profit businesses and public-private fund managers; representing the collective interests’ of all sectors. With an interactive website portal, online webinars, regional and national conferences and teleconferences, and regional staff supporting its membership, GAPPP accelerates the development, networking and funding needed to navigate  the complex challenges confronted by businesses in emerging green technology, renewable energy, energy efficiency, green buildings and the marketing of green products and services.

 

** Note:  SMW    Stands for American Small Businesses, American Minority Owned Businesses and American Women Owned Businesses”

Green America Public Private Partnership, Inc.  (GAP 3) Emerald Green Advisory Group, Inc.
(EGAG)
GAP3 is a nonprofit business association qualifying under Section 501(c)(6) of the Internal Revenue Code of 1986.
EGAG is a nonprofit corporation operated exclusively for charitable purposes within the meaning of Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code of 1986.
 
Purpose
Promote the business interests of its members through coalition formation, lobbying, and public relations activity.
(1) to financially support and conduct events and programs that are directed towards promoting public awareness and disseminating information regarding green jobs programs and emerging green technologies including those related to renewable energy, energy efficiency, green buildings, the use and development of materials, products and systems for green manufacturing and recycling; and
Membership:  “Open to individuals and businesses which support or provide green job programs and emerging green technologies including those related to clean and renewable energy and fuels, energy efficiency, green buildings, the use and development of materials, products and systems for green manufacturing and recycling.”
(2) to compile and perform research concerning topics and issues involving green jobs programs and emerging green technologies, and disseminate the results of such research to the general public.