- Article number 1
CMS Celebrates Earth Week 2014
- Article number 2
Governor Quinn Proclaims Tuesday, April 22, Earth Day in Illinois
- Article number 3
Green Government Awards Recognize Individual Commitments to a Greener Illinois
- Article number 4
In honor of Earth Day (April 22) and Earth Week, the State of Illinois encourages employees to participate in "No Print Week" from April 21-25, and try electronic alternatives to printing. During “No Print Week,” do your part for the environment and help the state save money! Instead of printing on paper, for example, forward emails electronically only, and scan or save documents to an electronic format to your computer.
CHICAGO – Governor Pat Quinn proclaimed Tuesday, April 22 as “Earth Day” in Illinois and urged residents to get outdoors and involved in keeping Illinois at the forefront of conservation and sustainability. The Governor also discussed the work the state is doing to improve sustainability and protect our environment. Today’s proclamation is part of Governor Quinn’s agenda to protect our natural resources and ensure a clean and healthy environment for future generations.
Happy Earth Month!
Chicago - Governor Pat Quinn today announced the ninth annual report of the Green Governments Coordinating Council (GGCC) and recognized the work of model state employees for their dedication to sustainability and the environment.
"Illinois is a leader in bringing green practices to the everyday operations of the government," Governor Quinn said. "This year's report shows we have made great strides toward reducing our environmental footprint and working more efficiently."
Illinois JobLink is your best source for posting and finding jobs in the state of Illinois. Whether you're looking for that perfect job, that perfect employee or information on an industry or workforce, Illinois JobLink is for you.
Find a Job