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O Organics has over 400 USDA certified organic products across virtually every aisle of the store. Found exclusively at Safeway, O Organics provides your family with healthy, safe and delicious organic food at affordable prices. O Organics products are produced without pesticides, synthetic fertilizers, GMO’s, added growth hormones or antibiotics.
O'BON: Environmentally-friendly school and office supplies
O'BON is a manufacturer and distributor of school and office supplies that are both exceptional in quality and environmentally-friendly. At O'BON, our mission is to provide consumers with a better choice. We produce and sell products that are superior in quality, spectacular in design, less taxing on the environment and very affordable.Our products are all made out of recycled products: Our pencils are made out of newspaper, notebooks are made out of "Bagasse" also known as sugarcane pulp, and binders are made out of recycled cardboard.At O'BON, we are always finding creative new ways to improve on common products.
Christopher O'Brien joined American University in 2009 as the first director of sustainability. Previously, he directed the Responsible Purchasing Network at the Center for a New American Dream, and earlier served as managing director of Green America's Green Business Network and the Fair Trade Federation. He is treasurer of the Fair Trade Resource Network, and coowns the Seven Bridges Organic Brewing Supply Cooperative. He serves on the ASTM Sustainability Executive Committee, the Electronic Products Environmental Assessment Tool (EPEAT) Advisory Board, and the Association for the Advancement of Sustainability in Higher Education's STARS Steering Committee.In 2006, Chris authored the awardwinning book Fermenting Revolution: How to Drink Beer and Save the World (New Society Publishers, 2006). He blogs about his passion for all things related to sustainability and beer at www.BeerActivist.com, and tweets about greening the American dream at twitter.com/GreenAUChristopher O'Brien joined American University in 2009 as the first director of sustainability. Previously, he directed the Responsible Purchasing Network at the Center for a New American Dream, and earlier served as managing director of Green America's Green Business Network and the Fair Trade Federation. He is treasurer of the Fair Trade Resource Network, and coowns the Seven Bridges Organic Brewing Supply Cooperative. He serves on the ASTM Sustainability Executive Committee, the Electronic Products Environmental Assessment Tool (EPEAT) Advisory Board, and the Association for the Advancement of Sustainability in Higher Education's STARS Steering Committee.
In 2006, Chris authored the awardwinning book Fermenting Revolution: How to Drink Beer and Save the World (New Society Publishers, 2006). He blogs about his passion for all things related to sustainability and beer at www.BeerActivist.com, and tweets about greening the American dream at twitter.com/GreenAU
Born and raised in the Seattle area, Mike has a deep appreciation for the beauty of the Puget Sound region and a deep respect for the progressive values and spirit of independence of the people who live in Seattle and make it such a great city. After earning an economics degree from Duke University and an MBA from the University of Washington, Mike has spent most of his professional career working in financial management. He served for 10 years as the chief financial officer at the local law firm of Stokes Lawrence, where he oversaw budgeting, financial reporting and forecasting. Mike originally got involved in local politics through the Sierra Club where he has been a volunteer for nine years, serving most recently as chair of the Washington State chapter. Mike lives with his wife, two sons and chickens in Fremont.
Mike’s current committee assignments are Chair of the Seattle Public Utilities and Neighborhood Committee which oversees water, drainage, wastewater and solid waste services provided by Seattle Public Utilities, including: SPU environmental services and utility rates, regional water resources and endangered species recovery plans. The SPUN committee also oversees neighborhoods, including neighborhood plan updates and implementation. Mike serves as the vice-chair of the Regional & Sustainable Development Committee; a member of the Finance & Budget Committee; and alternate for the Energy and Technology, and Civil Rights Committee.
Sarah O’Brien of the Green Electronics Council supports use of EPEAT -- the pre-eminent system for evaluating ‘green’ electronics. Previously, at H2E, O’Brien assisted health care organizations to improve environmental performance through purchasing. Earlier, at INFORM, Ms O’Brien assisted governments and businesses to eliminate purchase of products containing toxic chemicals, and as environmental health advocate for the National Wildlife Federation and Vermont PIRG, was involved in legislative advocacy and public education throughout the Northeast.
Sustainable building consulting, education, and research
"O'Brien & Company is a nationally recognized leader in sustainable design and construction consulting, education, and research. The company's mission is to promote the informed, sustainable development of our built environment.Our consulting services are available for both green residential and commercial projects. We draw on the depth and variety of staff experience to focus on developing clear and appropriate priorities, assessing informational needs, and providing applicable technical recommendations for each project. As part of our education and research palette, we are excited to announce the release of The Northwest Green Home Primer, co-authored by OBrien and Companys President and CEO, Kathleen OBrien, and Kathleen Smith, Senior Project Associate. The Northwest Green Home Primer offers real-world strategies for getting the greenest results for your budget, with hundreds of ideas and examples to build, remodel, or buy a long-lasting, comfortable, and sustainable home. "
Elizabeth O’Connell coordinates Green America's Fair Trade Program, which aims to educate American consumers and businesses about the social and environmental impacts of many of the products we consume, and more ethical alternatives. She heads up consumer action campaigns in support of Fair Trade including the Fair Trade Your Supermarket Campaign and the “Raise the Bar, Hershey!” Campaign, which is pushing Hershey to remove child labor from its cocoa supply chain by shifting to Fair Trade certification.
Katie O’Connor is the Manager of the Chicago Regional Peace Corps Office and served as an Environment Education Volunteer in
O'dahl specializes in green building education and outreach.
Serving as promoter, organizer, and educator, since 1990, O'dahl is an earlyadopter of Green Building in Washington State. Working with private enterprise, nonprofits, and governments, she designs, supports, and promotes Green Building initiatives and project promotions throughout the Northwest, primarily in the Seattle metropolitan area. Notable projects include the Green Pages for the Northwest EcoBuilding Guild since 2002, the Built Green
Laura O'Donohue is a recent graduate of UCSD where she majored in the anthropology of food and medicine. She founded a Slow Food on Campus chapter at UCSD, and was a core member of the Sustainable Food Project, which succeeded in putting an urban farm on campus. Laura is currently on the board of Slow Food San Francisco, and organizing a conference to raise awareness and find solutions to the childhood obesity epidemic.Laura O'Donohue is a recent graduate of UCSD where she majored in the anthropology of food and medicine. She founded a Slow Food on Campus chapter at UCSD, and was a core member of the Sustainable Food Project, which succeeded in putting an urban farm on campus. Laura is currently on the board of Slow Food San Francisco, and organizing a conference to raise awareness and find solutions to the childhood obesity epidemic.
Sean O'Leary is tea buyer, art director and photojournalist for Rishi Tea. He began his career in photojournalism at the Stevens Point Journal in Wisconsin and continued his path in the visual arts, receiving his BFA in Communication Design from the Milwaukee Institute of Art and Design (MIAD). During his time at MIAD he began working with Rishi Tea as an intern photojournalist. He traveled to many teaproducing origins with Rishi founder, Joshua Kaiser, to document organic and Fair Trade tea projects. For the past five years, Sean has been deeply immersed in tea trade and tea culture through his many trips to Southeast Asia.
O'Reilley helped found OUT for Sustainability over tennis matches with Gerod and continues to attempt to return the many balls he lobs her way as its Board President. O'Reilley holds an MBA in Sustainability focused on Agriculture and Food Systems from Bainbridge Graduate Institute (BGI). O'Reilley runs a social justicefocused internship program, and consults on projects related to providing healthy food for all. O'Reilley is passionate about anything DIY, riding bikes (including motorcycles), farmers markets, and dinner parties. As a relative newcomer to Seattle, O'Reilley likes it when the mountains come out for a visit, and hopes to go see them more often.
Independence from life support without the pain.
Independence from life support without the pain of a life style change.Our homes are designed to capture and use renewable energy as a first priority and use the grid and conventional utility systems as a secondary back-up system.This creates an attractive way for mainstream America to own these alternative sustainable homes, without being forced into a life style change, while saving money, creating independence and saving the environment. At the same time Banks love these concepts and financing is easy
Student Food Co-op Manual available online at the Berkeley Student Food Collective
While studying environmental sciences at UC Berkeley, Christina Oatfield held leadership positions in the Sustainability Team, the Berkeley Student Cooperative, The Green Initiative Fund and the Associated Students of the University of California (ASUC). She also co-founded the Berkeley Student Food Collective, a nonprofit, democratically-run sustainable, healthy and ethical foods grocery and educational center. She wrote her thesis on student-run food co-ops and later went on to adapt it into a training manual for the Cooperative Food Empowerment Directive. The Directive has begun training students at other universities in how to start food cooperatives based on her manual. Christina currently continues to advise the Berkeley Student Food Collective and, occasionally, other start-up student co-ops. She now works as the Food Policy Research Associate at the Sustainable Economies Law Center where she is researching legal issues pertaining to sustainable and small-scale food production. She also serves on the Berkeley Food Policy Council.
The Occidental Arts & Ecology Center is an educational institute on 80 acres in Sonoma County. Programs include permaculture, school gardens, intentional community, watershed restoration, and organic gardening. Our "Mother Garden" propagates some 3,000 varieties of heirloom and open-pollinated plants. We host tours, plant sales, and special events. Internships are also offered. Organizations may also rent our facility.
The largest international ocean conservation organization.
Oceana is the largest international organization focused solely on ocean conservation. Our offices in North America, Central America, South America and Europe work together on a limited number of strategic, directed campaigns to achieve measurable outcomes that will help return our oceans to former levels of abundance. We believe in the importance of science in identifying problems and solutions. Our scientists work closely with our teams of economists, lawyers and advocates to achieve tangible results for the oceans.
OCSC Sailing is the leading sailing school and adventure sailing company in North America. World-class instruction, state of the art yachts, and the exceptional sailing conditions of the San Francisco Bay make OCSC Sailing the premier sailing campus and institution.
Speech was born Todd Thomas in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. The youngest of parents Robert ; Patricia Thomas. He grew up on two sides of life: the ghetto of Milwaukee (one of the nations roughest cities for African Americans) and (Wauwatosa) Milwaukee's suburbia. Speech learned how to draw from the pains and beauty of both. He would absorb the plights of his people and yet the retreat of middle class blacks to primarily white neighborhoods. Speech experienced hardcore racism as a young boy. He also lost his grandmother to a heart attack and his older brother, Terrence Thomas to an Asthma attack all within the same week. Through Gods help, he ultimately learned how to recalibrate his inner anger to constructive and dynamic music. To celebrate the lives of those he lost. Speech wrote Tennessee as a dedication to his family. He and his mother started the Terrence Thomas Scholarship dedicated to his brother, that even today is helping many young black students further their educations.
With this background, Speech started the music group, Arrested Development. The group is based in Georgia, from humble and rural beginnings; they became a pioneering force in the music world. Arrested Development won two Grammy Awards (Best new artists ; Best rap single 1993) with songs that Speech wrote and produced from the album, 3 years, 5 months and 2 days in the life of... They released a second, Zingalamaduni which was met with critical acclaim and was nominated for another Grammy award. After some internal strife, the group went on hiatus in 1995.
Immediately after that, Speech shed the group atmosphere ; buried himself in experimental sounds. His first single Like Marvin Gaye Said was #1 on the Japanese Tokio 100 charts for 7 weeks straight! That was the true beginning of Speech as a solo artist.
Speech toured with Vice President Al Gore and Hillary Clinton during the Clinton reelection campaign, plus tours with Hootie ; the Blowfish, Herbie Hancock, Chaka Khan, Youssou N'dour, James Brown, Parliament Funkadelic, Jason Mraz, and The Roots.
The musical side of Speech kept him producing and writing songs for progressive groups like Zap Mama, (Spike Lee's) Malcolm X soundtrack, Paramount pictures Boomerang starring Eddie Murphy, other movies like Bebe's Kids, Warriors of Virtue, Whipped and Michael Jordan's to the Max (An IMAX production).
Speech has released 5 solo albums since 1996 all of which have spawned Top 10 hit singles. His album Spiritual People released in 2000 was certified Gold 3 months of its release. It was also awarded the Best black music album of the year 2000 by ADLIB magazine. Speech supported each album with sold out tours and intense promotional schedules.
In 2006 Speech toured the U.S. with Tre' Hardson (Pharcyde), and released The Vagabond (Bluhammock records). That album won Best Hip Hop album of 2006. Speech says, I dont really yearn for fame, as much as for artistic integrity. I want someone to relate to me and me to them. I want my music to bring me intimate moments with those that can relate to where Im at in life.
His present home is in Fayetteville, Georgia where Speech owns Vagabond Records ; Tapes which released Since The Last Time (Arrested Development's first U.S. album in 12 years) andThe Grown Folks Table the newest Speech solo album. Speechs says, Grown Folks Table is a radical stylistic departure from my past albums. It shows more a street side and its as honest and clever as anything Ive ever done to date. Its hip hop, that has elements of what Jesus, the streets, and what my own experiences have taught me.
Speech continues to do side projects like 3 FOOT ICON (with Kyle Hollingsworth from String Cheese Incident, Chief Xcel of Blackalicious. On occasion Speech has even been the DJ for legendary bass player, Victor Wooten.
Look for new collaborations of Speech cowriting with (UK Hip Hop legend) Ty, (UK world music masters) 1 Giant Leap, (Portland hip hop maestro) Braille, (Japan success) Steph Pockets, (Japanese MCs) WISE ; Jamil, (World music) Ulali from India, (European legend) Nenah Cherry, (Japanese) Cradle Orchrestra and many others.
Speech became an ordained minister with the Churches of Christ in 2005. He temporarily stepped down in 2009 to work on his personal life. Speech says, My most proud achievement is my marriage to Yolanda, (we've been together over 17 years), our two children Jahi, Zoe Thomas and my faith in Jesus, which is my biggest strength ; guidance.
offMetro.com is a travel website for city dwellers who want to get out of town. The oM staff researches and reports on the best getaways—all car-free—near New York City, San Francisco, and around the world. oM promotes a greener lifestyle through coverage of eco-minded escapes from the city that are easily accessible via alternative modes of transportation, be it by bike, bus, train, or boat.
Eco-conscious Apparel Screen Printing Shop
Offbeat Press is an eco-conscious, worker-owned & human-powered apparel screen print shop. Our water-based ink system is a beautiful and durable alternative that has a soft feel and is chemical free. Traditional screen printing inks are plastisol based containing PVCs, Phthalates and other harsh chemicals. Our water-based inks are free of those harmful chemicals so we can breathe deeper and with a clear conscience. In addition to water-based inks, we also offer many environmentally superior apparel options that include organic cotton, recycled materials, hemp and responsibly produced garments. We are a small company in a large world, but we work hard to be as responsible as we can.
Sustainable Products and Services for Home and Office
Office Go Green is metropolitan Washington's one stop shop for greening the spaces we live in. We specialize in energy, recycling, indoor and water sustainability advisory services. We also provide cutting edge sustainable products to assist our clients in going green. Our mission is to reduce environmental pollution for all earth's inhabitants and we work toward this goal everyday.
"exposing & countering Big Oil influence in our government"
Oil Change USA is a non-partisan, tax-exempt 501c4 organization dedicated to exposing and countering the influence of Big Oil in the U.S. government.
Oils of Youth by Carol Lee Organics.
Complete USDA Certified Organic Skin Care System for Nourishing, Anti-aging, Moisturizing, Revitalizing and Cleansing. One System Does It All.
This family business was founded in 2010 by Carol Lee, noted beauty, image, and style expert, and makeup artist for the academy awards. Visit Booth #425 www.oilsofyouth.com
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Luxurious natural knits for women and children
Oishii Handmade creates luxurious natural knits for people who care about good design. Our line is 100% compostable, feels amazingly soft, and is handcrafted by women artisans in our Bay Area studio. We love making your world a better place - one stitch at a time.
Fair Trade and Handmade from West Africa
Fair Trade and Handmade from West Africa. Beautiful home decor, percussion, baskets, jewelry, fashion, shea butter - all hand selected from artisans we personally know. Quality, ethics and grassroots action helping those in dire poverty achieve dignity and empowerment.
Bicycle Powered Fair Trade Banana Smoothies!!!
We are an audacious banana company because we want our bananas to change the world. To empower our farmers by their ownership of the brand, treating them with dignity and paying them a fair price. This is revolutionary; in fact you could think of us as an alternative global business. By buying our brand, you can transform a farmer from an underdog to a top banana.
Builders of the most energy efficient homes available today
Builders and Consultants of the mostenergy efficient homes available today.ICF concrete homes are strong, quiet,comfortable, non- alergenic, and planet friendly. Building a ICF home is like removing one car from the highways.
Twenty years of experience as a resource, consulting with businesses regarding energy efficient applications in lighting remodels and upgrades. Meeting /exceeding design specifications for utility incentives and tax credits in commercial and industrial facilities.
- Formed partnerships with over 50 contractors, businesses and building owners for energy efficient lighting upgrades amounting to over 3.5 million kWh hours saved.
- Performed lighting energy assessments and identified opportunities for improved energy efficiency in commercial and industrial buildings.
- Proven resource to sales professionals and branch managers for utility energy conservation efficiency programs, incentives and state tax credits.
- Successfully led southern and central Oregon in energy efficient lighting sales, remodels and retrofits.
- Recognized by the Energy Trust of Oregon as a Trade Ally that assisted commercial and industrial businesses to over one million kWh in energy savings in facility and site lighting.
- Project management for lighting projects, both new construction and remodel/upgrades.
Sarah Looney Oldmixon is the Program Director for Workforce Initiatives at the Community Foundation for the National Capital Region, where she manages the Greater Washington Workforce Development Collaborative.
Olive & Myrtle is a Seattle-based online eco-boutique founded on the belief that when sustainability and great design are brought together, beautiful things will follow. We are here to help customers create improved spaces and personal environments through the products we offer.
olive owl organics is a natural, eco-friendly body shop infused with a funky flare. Our specialty is handmade signature soap bursting with homegrown herbs & essential oil goodness. Breathe in, exhale and relax. Other unique goodies include, body care, mama line, pet care, eco bags, baby basics and more. We carry all the fun tools to go along with our products to make shower and bath time your best time of the day. All of our products are made with peace and love.
Reverend Dr. Elouise D. Oliver is the senior minister of the East Bay Church of Religious Science in Oakland, California. Under the leadership of Rev. E the Church has grown from 37 members to 1200 members since 1991.
As a spiritual leader, the essence of her ministry is unconditional Love. She teaches that love and forgiveness is the answer to all human discord.
Rev E has received numerous awards, honors and recognition and continues to have a tremendous impact on peoples lives around the globe, showing others how to create positive life changes and opportunities to experience greater love and joy.
Actor, producer, director and community activist Edward James Olmos was born and raised in East Los Angeles. A veteran of the theater, he earned a Tony nomination for his mesmerizing performance in the 1978 drama/musical Zoot Suit. He reprised the role for a feature film in 1981, and went on that year to star in Wolfen. He followed these performances with pivotal roles in Ridley Scott’s landmark Blade Runner and Robert M. Young’s acclaimed The Ballad of Gregorio Cortez. Olmos’ feature film credits also include Selena, Mi Familia/My Family and American Me, which he also directed. His extensive television work includes HBO’s The Burning Season, Showtime’s In the Time of Butterflies, the ABC miniseries Dead Man’s Walk and the documentary The Unfinished Journey, directed by Steven Spielberg. Most recently, Olmos starred for two seasons in the acclaimed PBS series American Family
Throughout his extensive career, Olmos has received numerous accolades, including an LA Drama Circle Award, an Emmy (in addition to three nominations) and two Golden Globe Awards. In 1988, he received an Academy Award nomination for his portrayal of Jaime Escalante, the dedicated, real-life math teacher in Stand and Deliver, which he also produced. Most recently, he was awarded the PASS award from the National Council on Crime and Delinquency for producing the domestic-violence documentary It Ain’t Love.
Olmos is currently a United States Goodwill Ambassador for UNICEF. He is also a national spokesperson for the following organizations: Southwest Voter Registration Project, where he helps the Latino Community in its pursuit of citizenship and voter registration; the Juvenile Diabetes Foundation; and the AIDS Awareness Foundation. He also serves on the boards of Recruiting New Teachers, the Twentieth Century Fund, UCLA School of Film and Theater, UCLA Mentoring Program, Miami Children’s Hospital, Los Angeles Children’s Hospital, National Council on Adoption, Children’s Action Network, Hollywood Supports and OneNetNow.com.
Prior to the start of filming season two of Battlestar Galactica Edward James Olmos received a 2004 Latin Business Spirit Award, a 2004 Image Award, a 2004 Hugo Award for Best Actor on Battlestar Galactica, a 2004 Family Television Award and was nominated for a SYFY Genre Award for Best Actor on Battlestar Galactica. He then went on to direct the HBO Film, “Walkout” in 2005, which earned him an Alma Award for Best Director.
He was presented with an Outstanding Achievement Award in Education and Latino Literary at the Inaugural of the National Council of Space Directors, where it was also announced that the council had formed the Edward James Olmos Latino Literacy Scholarship Fund. In addition, he presented the 2nd annual Edward James Olmos Award for Advocacy in Amputation Prevention.
Theatrical production teaching about a green planet!
Olney Theatre Center's exciting and eco-friendly production of Treeboy is told through the experiences of 10-year old Avery Adamson, a self-proclaimed super-scientist and "Enviro-man." Avery Adamson attempts to prove to his family and friends that he can save the environment. During his quest Avery uncovers a plot by his father to cut down his favorite tree in favor of a parking spot for his new fossil-fuel guzzling SUV. Avery declares an environmental emergency and stages a protest to protect not only the tree by vowing to live in it, but also the rest of the planet. During his protest he faces difficulties head-on when he lives in a dark tree at night, takes a stand against a friend who shares different views and learns what he can do to change the course of global warming.Twenty minute selections of Treeboy will be performed throughout the weekend of the DC Green Festival in the Organic Valley Green Kids' Zone. Full performances will be at Olney Theatre Center October 17, 2009-October 23, 2009. A unique family friendly green silent auction will accompany several performances of Treeboy. Ten Percent of all proceeds raised during the silent will benefit, Trees for the Future. For more information on how you can support Treeboy's Green Auction please contact Eric Bailey at (301) 924-4485 ext. 146 or via e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Erik Olsen is Green Projects Administrator for the City of Chicagos Department of Construction and Permits. Current projects include management of the green permit program, development of a green building code, and piloting an electronic plan review process. Erik has also worked as a consulting mechanical engineer on a wide variety of building types. He serves on the U.S. Green Building Councils Greening the Codes Committee and has previously served as cochair of the state and local government committee for the U.S. Green Building Council Chicago Chapter. Erik is a graduate of both the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and Purdue University and a licensed professional engineer in Illinois.
Manufacturer of commercial biodiesel production equipment
Established in 2003 we are a manufacturer of commercial biodiesel production equipment for operations ranging from one quarter to over five million gallons of biodiesel fuel per year. Our Patented and modular systems include setup, training and can operate on most any feedstock including used kitchen fryer grease, freshly grown farm oils like soybeans, canola and many others as well as oils squeezed from algae feedstock. We are a sensible choice for farm coopertives, business entrepreneurs and truck/transit fleets interested in getting a handle on their ever rising fuel costs.
Turn your world around with free play at the green Festival! The New OmGym Inversion Therapy and Aerial Yoga Sling has been known to eliminate back pain, rejuvenate the mind, and purify the body. This total health and fitness tool can be used at home or at your favorite travel destination. Experience great fun using a beautiful addition to your healthy lifestyle and home.
Founded in 1977, Omega Institute for Holistic Studies is the nation’s most trusted source for wellness and personal growth. As a nonprofit organization, Omega offers diverse and innovative educational experiences that inspire an integrated approach to personal and social change.
Eco-Friendly marketing and promotional products
On Time Promotions can help grow and market your business in a green way. Choose from eco-friendly promo products branded with your logo. Items include: biodegradable pens, BPA-free water bottles, coasters/keychains made from recycled tires, organic tote bags/apparel, recycled journals/mousepads, eco-friendly packaging and more. We are a leader in delveloping on line web stores,as well as distribution and fulfillment programs. Greener promotions bring greener profits!Vickie, Sarah and Donna look forward to helping you market your company in an eco responsible way.
Man One is a leading urban muralist/artist enhancing the definition of art today. Involved with the Graffiti Art movement since 1987, his artwork has been showcased in over 40 group exhibitions, eight one-person shows, and displayed at the Museum of Contemporary Art in Los Angeles, The Getty, Pasadena Museum of California Art, Orange County Center for Contemporary Art in Santa Ana and Parco Museum in Tokyo. Man One's commissioned work includes murals, designs and concepts for MTV, Coca-Cola, Adidas, Sony, Ubisoft, Symantec and many others. His artwork has appeared in print publications including The Washington Post, New York Magazine, Warp Magazine (Japan), Rime Magazine (USA), La Dolce Vita (Italy), Aelle (Italy), Backspin (Germany), “Graffiti World” (by Nicholas Ganz), “Painting the Towns: California Murals” (by Jim Prigoff and Robin Dunitz) and “Graffiti L.A. (by Steve Grody). He also owns and runs Crewest, the only L.A. based gallery dedicated to the upliftment of Graffiti Art.
ONE is a grassroots advocacy and campaigning organization that fights extreme poverty and preventable disease, particularly in Africa.
Innovative peace-education, global arts & media.
One Common Unity (OCU) is a member supported non-profit organization whose mission is to nurture sustainable, caring communities through innovative peace education, arts and media. Since 2000, OCU has been producing community events/festivals and offering alternatives to violence and outlets of creative expression for youth and families.
Sustainable Lifestyle Store and Interior Design Studio.
One Earth One Design is a sustainable retail store, showroom and interior design studio. We offer full interior design services for commercial and residential projects including: construction documents, space planning, FF&E, consultation, lighting design, custom casework and furniture design. We specialize in a variety of sustainable certification programs for buildings and working with chemically sensitive clients. Our store and showroom features the latest sustainable products and materials including: Neil Kelly cabinets, a variety of countertop and flooring options, textiles, window treatments, furnishings and accessories. We do life cycle assessment research on our products before introducing them into our showroom. It is our commitment to provide products and services that are healthy for people and the earth.
Home decor created from reclaimed steel
Home decor and accessories created from recycled metal pieces sourced from industrial dumpsters, machine shops, and scrapyards (and the occasional drop off on our doorstep by someone cleaning out their garage). These industrial strength pieces by Tammy Roy, celebrate a raw, eco-inspired look. They are as tactile and beautiful as they are strong and unique-reflecting the spirit of the maker.
One Love Unified strongly believes in the power of
youthful optimism, random acts of kindness and individual
responsibility to change the world. OLU’s mission is to
contribute to the betterment of humankind, and it’s
coexistence with all living creatures. OLU’s philosophy
is to have love for one another, for the community and the environment. To this
mission we are donating 10% of our profits to non-profits
such as The Natural Resources Defense Council (NRDC)
and the World Wildlife Fund (WWF) who are dedicated to
the protection of endangered species and the preservation
of the environment for all.
Fair trade business working in post-conflict regions
One Mango Tree believes that economic empowerment provides the foundation necessary for achieving sustainable peace and development. Our model revolves around this belief, going beyond fair trade to create jobs and improve quality of life in some of the most challenging environments in the world.Our first project is in northern Uganda, a region devastated by more than twenty years of armed conflict. We are working with talented tailors in the region to create bags, aprons, yoga mat bags and other products out of colorful waxprint fabrics found in local markets.
One PacificCoast Bank (OPCB) is an FDIC-insured Community Development Financial Institution that serves businesses, nonprofit organizations, and individuals. OPCB operates from a triple-bottom-line perspective that allows it to place equal importance on its financial, social, and environmental goals while meeting the needs of its communities.
OPCB’s beneficial banking services integrate financial literacy, technical assistance, and business education through support from the One PacificCoast Foundation. For more information, please visit www.opcb.com.
Eliminate heating systems with a One Watt House.
One-Watt-Houses are homes that can be heated with about one watt per square foot and thereby eliminate the need for conventional heating systems. One-Watt-House is also a quality label provided by CTI and backed by a controlled process to give homeowners confidence in the long-term energy and resource efficiency performance of their home. The result is a super energy-efficient building designed to reduce environmental impacts, save owners money and increase comfort.
Handmade, fair trade gifts, accessories, jewelry and more!
One World Projects imports and distributes fair trade household goods, jewelry, fashion accessories, gifts, toys and more handmade by more than 80 artisan groups in over 20 countries throughout Latin America, Africa, and Asia. One World Projects strives to be a positive force for social and environmental change. Providing artisans with viable and sustainable economic opportunities is the primary motivating force behind our business.
A triple bottom line community development bank.
A triple bottom line community development bank.
As president and general manager of Planet Green, ONeill is charged with developing content strategy for Planet Green, a global, crossplatform initiative including the firstever, 24hour television network dedicated solely to green lifestyle programming.
At age five, Maria Onesta Moran drove her first electric car—a PowerWheels. Raised in an environmentally aware family, Maria graduated from
Today, Moran still drives an electric car, but this time it’s a Prius! Moran has received Green Tech U certifications from the City of
Locally, Moran proudly represents the Southtown Business District for the
Green Home Experts is one of the only companies of its kind in
Global Network of NGOs working in development and human rights
OneWorld is a network of nonprofits organizations working in sustainable development and human rights - We give a voice to those who are not often heard by the mainstream media and connect organizations and individuals to each other around global issues
network of NGOs working on development and human rights
OneWorld is a network of nonprofits organizations working in sustainable development and human rights - We give a voice to those who are not often heard by the mainstream media and connect organizations and individuals to each other around global issues
Joleen Ong is the Communications Manager at Social Accountability International (SAI), where she is responsible for all internal and external communications activities working with global representatives to increase the visibility and promote SAI’s mission of ‘human rights at work.’ Joleen helped to develop the SA8000® guidance document for auditors that focused on freedom of association and collective bargaining in Costa Rican banana plantations.
Prior to SAI, Joleen was a student activist leading a campaign to increase Fair Trade campus purchasing practices and contributed to two award-winning short documentaries, on Fair Trade and military recruitment. Based in New York, she is an MS candidate for Nonprofit Management at the New School’s Milano School of International Affairs, Management, and Urban Policy.
THE BEGINNINGIt was Pangea founder and CEO Joshua Onyskos personal devotion and commitment to inspiring social sustainability that sparked the inception of Pangea Organics eight years ago. He devised the selling of the highest quality organic, personal care products as a means to an even greater end. After seven years of traveling to the likes of India, Nepal, and Tibet, Hong Kong, Tokyo, and Thailand, Onysko had an epiphany: He realized that corporations were inheriting the earth and that by leading by example there was potential to influence others to reconsider their ways. He shared with his friend Tom that he dreamed of starting an Institute to aid existing corporations in learning to become more socially responsible and environmentally sound and also to act as an incubator for startups. Tom looked at him and uttered those lifealtering words: You should start a soap company to fund the project and you should call it Pangea. (If you remember, Pangea refers to the super continent, before Plate Tectonics divided the landmass into the seven continents of the world that exist today.) Two days later Onysko took these words to heart, literally. He up and moved to Boulder, Colorado, landed a job as a baker at Whole Foods, and made soap in his garage at night. WHY SOAP? Onysko, who grew up in rural Rhode Island and dropped out of school at age nine to pursue an acting career, has always followed his heart and his passions. When he realized that he wanted to move to India he stopped at home to visit his parents first. There, he noticed a coffee table book of his mothersMaking Hand Made Soap. As a bonding project, Onysko made soap with his mother. They distributed a few samples to friends and family and saved a few bars for Onysko and his travels. In Goa, Onysko realized he really liked the soap. He also started getting emails from people he had given the soap to, saying how much they liked it too, how it was clearing up their eczema, and doing great things for their complexions. THE RESULTPangea Organics is currently the largest coldprocessed organic soap manufacturer in the US. In addition to bar soaps, the line also includes shower gels, liquid hand soaps, hand and body lotions, facial cleanser, facial toners, facial creams, facial mask, facial scrub and lip balms. Throughout Pangea's growth, from its inception in 2000, Onysko, 32, has retained private ownership of his company, never straying from its vision: Ecocentric bodycare; always beneficial, never artificial. Onysko remains committed to creating products that are always organic, nurturing, handcrafted, fairtrade (whenever possible) and crueltyfree. To that end, Pangea Organics products are never made using petrochemicals, parabens, GMOs or other synthetic or harmful ingredients. Not only do Pangeas ingredients begin to break down within 48 hours of use, but a generous portion of Pangeas profits are helping to build the Pangea Institute, an emerging nonprofit organization dedicated to researching and teaching all aspects of sustainable living and business practices. Pangeas efforts have been recognized with 40 awards since 2006. Pangea's products are crafted with deep knowledge, craftsmanship, and compassion and, as a result, are standouts in the natural products industry, providing excellence in content and quality at an affordable price point. Pangeas number one goal is to create a new understanding of health and beauty. With this, Pangea hopes to reinvent the way we, as a society, nurture our bodies and raise the bar for other companies. What we consume today, directly impacts how we and future generations will live tomorrow.
Opal Plant is a lecturer for the Community Environmental Legal Defense Fund and Democracy Schools.
Opperman is the cofounder of awardwinning nonprofits Sustainable Ballard and SCALLOPS. Though trained as an architect, she spends most of her time as a community organizer and believes neighbors are a powerful force in modeling sustainable practices, community selfreliance and environmental stewardship. Sustainable Ballard and SCALLOPS were created to give people tools and resources for making these urgent and important positive contributions.
The Nation's First 'Green' Group Dental Practice
ORA Dental Studio is the nation's first green' group dental practice, promoting 'eco-friendly dentistry.' ORA delivers the perfect synthesis of a chic, ultra-modern environment with state-of-the-art green technology, alongside 'eco-friendly' protocols, services, and products that are truly unique in dentistry. Through diligent planning we have created high performance green facilities that are healthy, productive places to work, less costly to operate and maintain, and reduce our environmental footprint. ORA Dental Studio is also a dental industry leader in the delivery of Green Healthcare. At ORA Dental Studio we have taken extra steps to re-think every aspect of our business and clinical procedures to ensure that we are part of the solution, and a leader in the transformation of the dental industry. We are helping set the standard for the nex generation of dental practices.At ORA Studios we further distinguish ourselves through our level of service, attention to detail, quality of results, and sincere concern for each of our patient's overall wellness. Our team of highly trained and caring professionals will help you enhance the natural, intrinsic beauty of your smile rather than create a result that appears obvious or artificial.ORA Dental Studio is currently featured in New Beauty Magazine. Experience ORA Studios at www.oradentalstudio.com and www.orasurgery.com and you will never look at dental visits the same way again. We did not invent dentistry, but we are redefining the entire dental experience.
Reach Out And Save The Orangutans
The mission of Orangutan Outreach is to bring attention to the crisis facing orangutans in the wild due to deforestation and the spreading of palm oil plantations in Borneo and Sumatra, and to raise funds for rescue efforts and sanctuaries such as the Nyaru Menteng Orangutan Rescue Center, which is operated by the Borneo Orangutan Survival Foundation.
Organic Ionic Micro-Adsorption Water Filtratrion Technology
OrbElement offers the most advanced "Green" Micro Water Filters in the world. Our Organic patented Ionic-Adsorption Micro-Water Filters allow fresh clean water from any source, anywhere in the world. Eliminate the consumption of traditional bottled water products and services. We offer Re-Usable #4 LDPE Fully Recyclable Bottles as well as Stainless Bottles. Each one of our Filters are capable of producing 100-400 Gallons of Clean Fresh Water. In addition to offering a "Green" solution to portable personal hydration, the Cost Savings is tremendous. One of our filtered bottles will save the average person $750 to $1000 per year, and Consume Healthier Water. One of our Filtered Bottles will help eliminate 757 1/2 Liter Bottles from entering into our Landfills and Oceans.
Organic Soap Made in Oregon striiving for Sustainability
Organic bar soap produced with 100% renewable energy. Over 20 natural fragrances of soap made with organic vegetable oils and pure essential oils. Long lasting, moisturizing and guaranteed to put a smile on your face!Oregon Soap Company strives to offset at least 150% of the greenhouse gases produced by the manufacturing of their soap by planting trees and biofuels.
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Oregon Tilth is a nonprofit organization supporting and promoting biologically sound and socially equitable agriculture through education, research, advocacy, and certification. We advocate sustainable approaches to agricultural production systems and processing, handling and marketing. Oregon Tilth's purpose is to educate gardeners, farmers, legislators, and the general public about the need to develop and use sustainable growing practices that promote soil health, conserve natural resources, and prevent environmental degradation while producing a clean and healthful food supply for humanity.
America's most sustainably grown herbs!Our independently owned and operated farm is 100% certified organic and Biodynamic®. This holistic and sustainable approach delivers optimal levels of health for our soil and herbs. And because we responsibly process and package our herbs on our farm, we can guarantee our product quality.
Orethic LLC, a Michigan based company whose sister company in Spain has been offering sustainable products in Europe for over a decade. Their experience in clothes making goes back 70 years. The company applies creativity, high-quality and ethics to produce organically certified textile products that are not only beautiful but meet daily basic needs. Their unique Eco-pads for menstruation and incontinence help women change the way they feel about natural cycles, while making conscious consumer choices. The fabrics are tested with the new chemical safety certification MADE for HEALTH and they come in beautiful re-usable packaging which is long-lasting like the pads themselves.
ORG by vio® works in partnership with indigenous Amazon communities to promote their artistry and generate a sustainable economy for the stewards of the forests through the development and sale of traditional and modern Amazon jewelry and accessories.
Fair-Trade, Plastic Bottle, Organic Cotton Clothing
Organic and Vintage Wear is a Fair-Trade, Eco-Friendly clothing company from South West Michigan. Our clothes are made from recycled plastic bottles and organic cotton. We use only non-toxic inks in all of our original hand painted designs.