Arlington, VA - The Consumer Technology Association (CTA), owner and producer of CES, today announced the recipients of its CES 2023 Green Grant program, providing funding of $100K to three Nevada organizations focused on sustainability, including solar charging, student STEM gardens and a statewide tree planting program. CES 2023 returns to Las Vegas January 5-8 to showcase technology that will help to solve global challenges through innovation and collaboration.
“CTA’s Green Grant program supports organizations striving to make a sustainable difference throughout Nevada through innovation, hands-on learning and a commitment to improving lives,” said John T. Kelley, vice president and acting show director, CES. “CTA is proud to support projects and programs that make a positive impact on our host city of Las Vegas. We are inspired by our 2023 recipients and their dedication to impact change throughout Nevada through sustainable, innovative solutions.”
Recipients awarded funding through CTA’s CES 2023 Green Grant program include:
- Green Our Planet - $25K
Funds will support its STEM-works-accredited School Garden STEM Program, a hands-on, school garden STEM, conservation, environmental and nutrition education program.
- ImpactNV - $55K
Funds will contribute to planting trees in Southern Nevada as part of its newly launched statewide
- Touro University Nevada - $21K
Funds will contribute to planting trees in Southern Nevada as part of its newly launched statewide 10-year 100,000 Tree Plan. The plan supports at-risk, local communities and contributes to environmental, economic and social sustainability.