The Westlake Golf Club in Palm Beach Gardens, Florida has become a global environmental leader.
The school and community have worked together to save the environment and the environment in general.
This has given us a foundation of leadership and respect for our planet and all that we love, said Michael Houghton, president and CEO of the Westlake Club.
Westlake is one of a number of nonprofit environmental organizations around the world.
In 2010, the organization raised more than $1.2 million in funds from corporations and foundations to help the club maintain its programs and the community as a whole.
The club also has its own board of directors, which consists of members from the community and local business leaders.
Houghton says the club has been working for years to reduce its carbon footprint.
The golf course was among the first in the country to reduce emissions, he said.
It also helped make a significant dent in local emissions.
It has partnered with local companies to provide clean water, sewage and waste collection services, he added.
The club recently announced that its staff will be transitioning to a renewable energy plan, which is a key part of the Club’s mission.
As a result, Houghon says, the golf course will be on the Green Ribbon program for its entire lifespan.
The new program is designed to make the golf club more environmentally responsible.
Its goal is to reduce the carbon footprint of the course and its associated facilities by 50 percent.
The program is part of a global movement to help communities and businesses reduce carbon emissions, Houghtons goal.
The company is also developing a new sustainability model that will help the golfers operate more sustainably.
In 2017, Westlake partnered with the United Nations to create the EcoBoost Global Initiative, which aims to reduce carbon pollution globally through technology innovation.
In its annual report, Westwood Foundation said it is focused on sustainability, environmental justice and climate change.
Its Global Partnerships, which are focused on the global environment, climate change, climate adaptation and clean energy, have raised over $30 million to address global environmental issues.
Houghtons goals for the club are ambitious, and include the elimination of the club’s waste and recycling practices.
Houghtons goal is also to help educate the community on the benefits of sustainability, and encourage people to help to help save the planet.
Hougons goals will be realized as the club transitions to its new sustainability program, which will be announced in the coming months.
For now, he says, he is focused solely on the golf courses legacy.
He believes the community will welcome the change, because it will make the club a more recognized and respected member of the community.