- Remix: Making Art and Commerce Thrive in the Hybrid Economy
- Freedom of Expression: Resistance and Repression in the Age of Intellectual Property
- Free Culture (2004)
- The Future ofIdeas (2001)
- Code and Other Laws of Cyberspace (1999)
Lessig is a professor of law at Stanford Law School and founder of the school's Center for Internet and Society. Prior to joining the Stanford faculty, he was the Berkman Professor of Law at Harvard Law School, and a professor at the University of Chicago. He clerked for Judge Richard Posner on the 7th Circuit Court of Appeals and Justice Antonin Scalia on the U.S. Supreme Court.
Lessig represented website operator Eric Eldred in the groundbreaking case Eldred v. Ashcroft, a challenge to the 1998 Sonny Bono Copyright Term Extension Act. He has won numerous awards, including the Free Software Foundation's Freedom Award, and was named one of Scientific American's Top 50 Visionaries for arguing against interpretations of copyright that could stifle innovation and discourse online.
Lessig is the author of Free Culture (2004), The Future of Ideas (2001) and Code and Other Laws of Cyberspace (1999). He chairs the Creative Commons project, and serves on the board of the Free Software Foundation, the Electronic Frontier Foundation, the Public Library of Science, and Public Knowledge. He is also a columnist for Wired.
Lessig earned a BA in economics and a BS in management from the University of Pennsylvania, an MA in philosophy from Cambridge, and a JD from Yale. Professor Lessig teaches and writes in the areas of constitutional law, contracts and the law of cyberspace.
Let Us Rise is coordinating a grassroots campaign acrossColorado to envision the kind of communities, Colorado, US and world wewant to live in. Over thirty groups have already hosted VisioningCircles and published their visions for change on our Website.Once we reach a critical mass, we will engage participants in ademocratic process to create a shared vision for Colorado, and anaction plan to implement it.
We are independent of any political party. We believe our true powerlies in transcending the ways in which we are divided, in finding ourshared vision and shared humanity. All are welcome here.
Gather your friends, family, neighbors together in a VisioningCircle of your own! Or do one with your organization, congregation, orbusiness. We will provide facilitators if you wish.
Imagine the power of creating a shared vision for change. Imaginewhat we can do if each one of us takes responsibility for the power wehave to create our world anew.
We do not know if this kind of campaign has ever been tried beforein the U.S. We do know that it worked powerfully in South Africa. Infact, it catalyzed the movement for liberation there.
This process started in Colorado, and we are focused on creating ashared vision for Colorado. But if you are from another state and wantto participate, you are welcome to do so!
Jon A. Levey, executive vice president and chief lending officer at GreenChoice Bank, is a Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design Accredited Professional (LEED AP) and a seasoned executive with 20 years of real estate, finance and entrepreneurial expertise.
An active proponent of community service, Levey, serves as a member of the board of directors for The Delta Institute, the U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC) – Illinois Chapter, The Standard Club, and the North Shore Center for Performing Arts Foundation and is an advisory board member for Community Partners for Affordable Housing. He also lends his expertise as a member of the loan committee tasked with distributing proceeds of a federal Community & Economic Development Grant from the Office of Community Services in the Administration for Children and Families, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. The Local Economic and Employment Development Council (LEED Council) received the grant to benefit tenants of the Chicago-based Green Exchange who agree to hire federally designated low-income or otherwise disadvantaged individuals.
Levey earned his MBA from the Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University where he also completed his undergraduate studies. He is a licensed real estate broker and has earned the GREEN designation from the National Association of REALTORS® Green REsource Council.
GreenChoice Bank is the first community bank of its kind in the Midwest implementing core values that are designed to enhance the environmental, social and financial well-being of our communities and the planet, offering a values-based choice in banking to consumers and businesses. Conscious about more than your money, GreenChoice Bank marries contemporary sustainability with a relationship-driven approach to providing financial products and services. GreenChoice Bank’s flagship location in Chicago’s Green Exchange building is expected to be the first LEED Platinum community bank location in the Midwest, and one of only a few in the country. Its branch facilities in Cicero and Lockport, Ill are also currently seeking LEED certification. For information about GreenChoice Bank’s products and services, please visit online at www.greenchoicebank.com.
Andreas Levi has been at Rainbow Grocery for over four years which have been the happiest years of his life. He can usually be found behind the cheese counter and also serves on Rainbow's ecology committee. He hopes to start working on his master's of city planning at UC Berkeley next fall.Andreas Levi has been at Rainbow Grocery for over four years which have been the happiest years of his life. He can usually be found behind the cheese counter and also serves on Rainbow's ecology committee. He hopes to start working on his master's of city planning at UC Berkeley next fall.
Susan Levin, M.S., R.D., is director of nutrition education at the Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine (PCRM), a Washington, D.C.-based nonprofit organization dedicated to promoting preventive medicine though good nutrition. Ms. Levin researches and writes about the connection between plant-based diets and a reduced risk of chronic diseases, including cancer, diabetes and heart disease.
Ms. Levin received her Master of Science in Nutrition from Bastyr University in Seattle, Washington. There, she focused on clinical counseling for a variety of nutrition-related issues. After receiving her master's degree, Ms. Levin completed a dietetic internship at Bastyr University and became a registered dietitian. Her internship rotations included work on HIV/AIDS issues in the public health sector, clinical work at the Swedish Medical Center, and counseling of diabetic patients at the Joslin Diabetes Center.
She received her bachelor's degree in journalism and mass communications from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
David Levine is the cofounder and executive director of the American Sustainable Business Council, a growing coalition of business networks committed to public policies that promote a vibrant, just, and sustainable economy. Its organizational members represent over 50,000 businesses and social enterprises, and more than 150,000 entrepreneurs, owners, executives, investors, and business professionals.David Levine is the cofounder and executive director of the American Sustainable Business Council, a growing coalition of business networks committed to public policies that promote a vibrant, just, and sustainable economy. Its organizational members represent over 50,000 businesses and social enterprises, and more than 150,000 entrepreneurs, owners, executives, investors, and business professionals.
As a member of the SRI Wealth Management Group, a full service wealth advisory group that specializes in Socially Responsible Investing, Joshua works with individual investors, small businesses and nonprofits to provide highly customized financial and investment solutions. Joshua prides himself in establishing a consultative relationship with his clients to preserve their wealth, create a comprehensive financial plan and develop a properly diversified portfolio. He then strives to empower his clients to make investment decisions that are in line with their personal ethics, without sacrificing return. Joshua is actively involved in environmental and social organizations in the community. He currently sits on the Board of Directors for Urban Releaf and the Green Chamber of Commerce. He received a BS in Civil and Environmental Engineering from the UCLA, and a Master’s degree in Environmental Science and Management from the Donald Bren School at UCS
Joe Levine is Principal in the NYC firm of Bone/Levine Architects, which upgrades urban infrastructure and consults to the Cooper Union Institute for Sustainable Design. He is the co-founder and Director of NYH2O and board member of Damascus Citizens for Sustainability, two grass roots nonprofit organizations dedicated to educating the public about the danger of unconventional natural gas extraction and creating a better path to a sustainable future.
Founded and developed Doctor Delivery in 2002 which is the third party delivery service for over 100 restaurants in the Washington DC region. Levine founded Hybrid Pedals, www.pedego.com. His company Hybrid Pedals and www.exbikerides.com also controls the distribution rights to several other e-bikes including www.velomi.com, Thrustbikes.com and several other reputable e-bike manufacturers though several sister companies for the metro area and all GSA- DOD nationally and internationally along with all Restaurant Delivery Vehicles. He is the master licensee of www.ticketsocket.com for the Washington Metro region and all sporting and endurance events
Levine has recently been the spearhead in forming Seamless Solar Solutions, a company dedicated to finding and developing better and more functional solar charging applications for the LEV and E-bike industries and to create a retail solar products store. He is the founding member of the Safety and Health Foundation, a non- profit entity, that sponsors endurance events and provides many services for the safety and health of the community. Seamless Solar Solaurtons developed a fully solar EMS vehicle that is still in beta testing phases. It is completely off the grid and can haul bodies in an attached trialer gurney and has refrigeration capabilities as well.
Alison Rose Levy broke the fracking story on Huffington and provided ongoing coverage. The host of ConnecttheDots on the Progressive Radio Network, Alison also covers food safety, toxic chemicals, organics, and integrative health, to connect wellbeing, social policy, and activism for health and the environment. Join her on Facebook at: www.facebook.com/ConnectingtheDotsforHealth
Alison Rose Levy is a much-published writer with 20+ years experience creating communications for major media, focusing on integrative health, lifestyle, yoga, psychology, and spiritual transformation in such publications as O Magazine, Organic Style, Alternative Therapies, The Townsend Newsletter, Yoga Journal, Body and Soul, Spirituality & Health, Healing Lifestyles and Spas, Body, Mind, Spirit, and First for Women.
Alison has written several New York Times bestsellers, working with physicians and medical experts. She also served as Senior Health Editor of New Age Journal, and was Executive Producer for Trinity Church Wall Street, developing health programming for the Odyssey Channel and producing The Real Bottom Line, a weekly issues program that aired on Odyssey and was hosted by Jim Hartz. That show featured such prominent guests as Dr. Larry Dossey, Dr. Bernie Siegel, and Professor Robert Thurman. Formerly creating prime-time magazine coverage for CBS News, Alison worked with Charles Kuralt, Ed Bradley, and Deborah Norville and was special editor to Bill Geist. Alison has also produced prime-time cultural and news specials for PBS and the Smithsonian Institution.
Alison’s work as a health journalist has familiarized her with the science (and art) of integrative medicine, the issues of public policy impacting health care, and the differing philosophies, values, and perspectives of both integrative and conventional medicine. In addition, Alison has broad familiarity and training in a wide range of integrative approaches, and has interviewed a wide range of the most prominent physicians and practitioners who offer and teach them.
A New York native, Alison also draws upon her wealth of health knowledge in her practice as a Lifestyle Coach and facilitator of Family Constellations.
Davidson Lewis is the CEO and founder of Ecologic Designs, Inc., an award winning ecomanufacturer that is dedicated to the design and manufacture of sustainable products that reduce the impact of discarded materials by transforming the waste into unique, stylish and durable products.
Davidson grew up in Virginia Beach, Virginia, with a passion for work and play within the surf, bike and outdoor recreation culture. Through his work in bike, surf and outfitter shops, Davidson became seriously concerned about the waste associated with the adventure sports he loves because of the negative impacts on the great outdoors. In the effort to make a positive change within the industry, Davidson earned a BA in Industrial Design from the Virginia Tech School of Architecture. He went on to provide design work for a variety of companies including Swim Ways, Kelsyus, Case Logic, and Aerogrow International. Throughout these valuable experiences, Davidson learned how essential the development of a new, sustainable model for the design and manufacture of consumer products is to the environment. With a clear vision for the future of ecological business practices and strong motivation to aid the earth, Davison became an ecoentrepreneur and founded Ecologic Designs, Inc. to combat the growing crisis with a solution.
Davidson leads the Ecologic Designs Inc. design department for the consumer brands Green Guru and Green Goddess Gear and actively contributes to executive business development. He strives to create a sustainable business model to make the future greener, one material at a time.
A long-time advocate for “doing the right thing,” Lewis Perkins is a champion for sustainability – personally and professionally. Prior to joining the Cradle to Cradle Products Innovation Institute, Lewis consulted to companies both big and small on creating programs and awareness for environmental and social initiatives. Perkins led the "green" charge as director of sustainable strategies for The Mohawk Group, a leading carpet manufacturer and commercial division of Mohawk Industries. He continues draw on this passion and experience to help advance the Institute’s mission of scaling Cradle to Cradle Product Certification worldwide.
Over the past two decades, Perkins has served in a strategic role with such organizations as The Clean Air Campaign, 360i, USWeb/ CKS and The Robert W. Woodruff Arts Center. Perkins holds a Master of Business Administration in marketing and strategy with a focus on social responsibility from Emory University and a Bachelor of Arts from Washington & Lee University.
His passion for nonprofit work has put him in an advisory or leadership role with EarthShare of Georgia, The Green Chamber of The South, The Captain Planet Foundation and Sustainable Life Media. Perkins has been a featured speaker on sustainability at 2009 Forbes Magazine Green Visionary Series, Sustainable Brands, LOHAS Forum, The White House Council for Environmental Quality GreenGov Symposium in 2010 and for the 53rd & 54th Annual Grammy Awards Green Summit panel.
Tibetan Eco-friendly Artifacts and Clothings
Tibetan Eco-friendly products such as recycled silk scarf, hat. Recycled cotton and wool line of women and men clothings.Natural herbal incense, large selection of tapestries. Also, recycled cotton, wool and silk handbags. Tibetan prayer flags, statues and many other meditations supplies including clothings for yoga and casual everyday wear.
Jason is currently attending his sophomore year of high school at Saratoga High. He is constantly motivated to do his part of reducing carbon emissions and saving energy. Sparked by an economics teacher at his high school, he now strives to help others save energy and recycle as well as educating other students and younger kids about going green. Raised in the Bay Area, he is naturally influenced by business, technology and a variety of different ethnicity and languages. Along with being a strong advocate for both reusing and energy efficiency, he also co-founded iReTron.com, a website that helps people trade in old electronics for cash. iReTron.com was recently launched in promise to be a rewarding, safe, simple and responsible way to reuse or recycle old gadgets. Jason also represents The Enlighten Culture and Education foundation for the Santa Clara County Energy Watch Grant. As much as he loves nature, he wishes to pass his love for the environment to others. Being fluent in Mandarin and literate in Chinese, he wishes to use his skills to educate students and motivate the Chinese community of the Bay Area to do their part to help sustain and reduce unnecessary wastes for our planet.
Financing solutions and credits for Green built homes
We are local Mortgage Bank with national presence, providing creative financing solutions for borrowers in this rapidly changing lending environment. Also, we are leading the charge for educating clients on credits and financial tools to add greater value to their green built projects.
Liberty Hill is first to identify community leaders at the frontlines of change. We invest in change makers and equip them with the skills and relationships they need to build power and advance social justice. After more than 30 years, Liberty Hill is uniquely positioned to bring together forces for change and forge a common agenda for equality and opportunity in Los Angeles. Liberty Hill: Change. Not charity.
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Liberty Valley Doors is a custom door manufacturer specializing in custom stile and rail doors. Our commitment to green is not just rhetoric, it is our corporate commitment. Our newest door line is made from 100% recycled wood. We have reduced waste, continue to donate materials to the community, use FSC or reclaimed materials whenever possible, and plan on being run by solar power in the near future.
Lichtenstein is the Vice President of Sustainable West Seattle, an organization committed to creatinga West Seattle community of empowered citizens who actively lead us toward greater selfreliance, local democracy, social justice, and existence in harmony with life on earth.
Brooklyn native Mike Lieberman is the creator of UrbanOrganicGardener.com. Lieberman is a hip hop loving, glam rock bump'n, raw food eating, urban gardener. Through his site, UrbanOrganicGardener.com and through social media, Mike Lieberman inspires and empowers people to start growing their own food and reconnect with their food source. Lieberman believes that growing just one herb or vegetable will make a difference. It will help to cut back the intensive resources that go into the production and transport of food to our plates. It will also help us to re-establish our connection with food that we've lost over the past few years. We are humans. We grow food.
Company led by God, we care!
We carry vegetable and herb seeds that are mostly heirloom and open pollinated, flower seeds, wild flower seeds and wild flower mixes. None of our seed has been genetically modified and we strive to carry only high quality seeds and products. We also have vegetable starts, bareroot fruits, flower bulbs. As well as, sprouting and wheatgrass seed and supplies, and delicious gourmet popping corn in purple, red, blue, and rainbow colors, and soil for starting seeds, and organic fertilizer.
Innovative solutions that prepare people for life.
LifeSource Water Systems, Inc. has been manufacturing and distributing water treatment products for residential, commercial and industrial applications since 1984. Our Beotron systems are tested and certified and have earned the Gold Seal issued by the Water Quality Association. LifeSource Water Systems are installed by factory trained plumbers and have the longest service life in the industry.
Kefir is a cultured probiotic beverage similar in taste and texture to drinkable yogurt, and made from hormone free milk fermented with kefir cultures. Lifeway Kefir has always contained 10 powerfullive and active probiotic cultures theyre what make Kefir so effective for strengthening your immune and digestive systems. But recently, we added two new clinically proven probiotic cultures to all Lifeway Kefir varieties (with the exception of Green Kefir and ProBugs). We call this exclusive blend of probiotics ProBoost, because the cultures it contains have been clinically proven to support immunity and enhance digestion, as well as boost your well-being in several ways.
Non-profit committed to sustainability in Africa and hope for Ame...
Light Gives Heat is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization. Light Gives Heat is about choosing and spreading HOPE! Right now we have two sustainable fashion projects: Suubi and Epoh. Both projects offer weekly consistent incomes to people in Uganda, Africa and utilize recycled materials!Mission: Empowering Africans through the encouragement of economic sustainability and creative endeavors. Motivating people in the West to 'be the change they want to see in the world.'Vision: To see Africa rebuilt and renewed from the inside out and to see people in the West living with Hope.To learn more about who we are and what we do, please visit our website.
100% cert. Org. & Fair trade farm-blended Teas & Tisanes. Made
"Where the world's finest fair trade teas meet Leelanau's home-grown flowers, herbs, and fruit....blended locally; enjoyed everywhere!"100% Organic and Fair trade hand-crafted teas grown in Northern Michigan by a Registered Nurse and Horticulturalist.
The Lights for Learning Program is an education-based outreach and fundraising program designed to develop childrens awareness of energy efficiency and its vast resources. Program presentations empower children to make the connection between energy use, environmental degradation, and climate change, clarifying the need for energy efficiency and conservation.
Lighting your vision with responsible design
Lightswitch Architectural is a premier architectural lighting design firm whose cutting edge lighting designs make it a leader in the industry. Known for innovation, attention to detail, professionalism and client service, they have a proven track record of delivering designs that are exciting, dynamic and visionary on time and budget.
At lil omm, we believe a consistent yoga practice can help you feel good inside and out, which is why our classes focus on safety, health and well-being for all. Yoga is for everyone (both big and small) and we want to help each student find solutions to ANY barriers that might arise.
lil omm has grown to be community yoga center offering classes for all ages and stages of life and all levels of yoga. We are a family run yoga center that is passionate about community, connection and providing a safe space for health and wellness.
We are both bus and metro accessible, located at 4708 Wisconsin Ave NW in Tenleytown, DC.
Anthony Lilore has earned a BFA in Fashion Design -PARSONS SCHOOL OF DESIGN, BA in Psychology and Art History –VILLANOVA UNIVERSITY. He has worked in a design and technical capacity for BILL BLASS, PERRY ELLIS and “Club Monaco” and the upper echelon of the Cosmetic and Spa Industries.
With wife, Celeste, he co-founded RESTORE™CLOTHING to blend their vision of social and environmental responsibility with a commitment to producing mindful, timeless, versatile active lifestyle collections in NYC. Lilore is a founding board member of SAVE THE GARMENT CENTER and lecturer/teacher of design and sustainability at FIT and other internationally recognized universities.
Dr. Patty Limerick is the Faculty Director and Chair of the board of the Center of the American West at CU, where she is also a Professor of History. Limerick has dedicated her career to bridging the gap between academics and the general public and to demonstrating the benefits of applying historical perspective to contemporary dilemmas and conflicts.
Limerick has received a number of awards and honors recognizing the impact of her scholarship and her commitment to teaching, including the MacArthur Fellowship and the Hazel Barnes Prize, CU's highest award for teaching and research. She has served as president of several professional organizations, advised documentary and film projects, and done two tours as a Pulitzer NonFiction jurist. She regularly engages the public on the oped pages of local and national newspapers, and in the summer of 2005 she served as a guest columnist for the New York Times.
Lisa has been a community organizer in Prince George's County for the past 5 years. She has done organizing around environmental and social justice issues primarily with Progressive Cheverly, a local, grassroots advocacy and education organization. This organizing led her to her two current positions: Founder and President of Green reVisions, LLC, a small green business in Prince George's County and the CoDirector of the Prince George's Green Power Coalition. Green reVisions, LLC assists municipalities, businesses and organizations with sustainability efforts. In 2008, Lisa, along with Sen. Harrington and Mayor Ortiz, formed the Prince George's Green Power Coalition, a volunteer coalition consisting of union, faith, business, grassroots, and youth groups along with elected officials, working to transition Prince George's to a green economy. Lisa also works parttime as Legislative Aide for MD State Senator Paul Pinsky.
Lindsay Smith is the Sustainable Programs Manager for the Colorado Convention Center.
Anthony Lindsey, a C3 Leader, is involved in the Environmental Leadership program since 2009. His leadership has been evident through his extensive participation in the Low-Cost Weatherization Program. Anthony is C3′s “go-to” weatherization volunteer. In addition to organizing and facilitating three weatherization workshops, Anthony has lead several community speaking engagements through the C3 Speakers Bureau. In 2010, Anthony spoke about weatherization at four community events: Family Eco Night at
Chris Lindstrom is one of the founders of Berkshares, a local currency in the Berkshires, and has organized a number of prominent conferences on transforming the money system, including The Economics of Peace in Sonoma, California, that featured Vandana Shiva, David Korten and James K. Galbraith.
Lineage Dance is a contemporary dance company dedicated to raising support and awareness to nonprofits as well as to making the arts accessible to all. Founded in 1999, Lineage has performed for hundreds of nonprofits across the country. In 2010 the company opened the Lineage Performing Arts Center in Old Pasadena as a community hub dedicated to supporting community awareness through the arts.
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Peabody Award-winning TV network offering global and national news, uncompromising documentaries and diverse cultural programming, without censorship or commercials.
Down by the Los Angeles River: Friends of the Los Angeles River’s Official Guide (Wilderness Press, 2005)
Joe Linton is an artist, author and activist living in Koreatown. He has been a longtime advocate for the revitalization and restoration of the Los Angeles River, serving in various capacities as volunteer, board and staff for the Friends of the Los Angeles River. He’s done additional river advocacy through work for The City Project, Urban Semillas, Occidental College’s Urban and Environmental Policy Institute and while serving as a Council Deputy to Los Angeles City Councilmember Ed Reyes. He’s lead hundreds of walks and tours of the river and its tributaries, and has advocated for parks, landscape, bike paths, master plans, water quality enhancements and much more. Linton wrote and illustrated Down by the Los Angeles River: Friends of the Los Angeles River’s Official Guide, published by Wilderness Press in 2005. Linton was recognized in LA Weekly’s 2006 people issue as the river’s unofficial “minister of access.”
Thomas is an attorney and executive director of the Community Environmental Legal Defense Fund.
Julia Liou is the Director of Program Planning and Development for Asian Health Services (AHS), a community health center in Oakland Chinatown that provides health care services and client advocacy to the underserved Asian population in Alameda County. At AHS, she oversees program planning and grants, as well as coordinates various community projects. As its co-founder, Julia also manages the California Healthy Nail Salon Collaborative, a statewide effort to address the health and safety issues nail salon workers face in their work environment. In addition, Julia has managed the Revive Chinatown! project, a community transportation and urban planning effort; coordinated the capital implementation of Revive Chinatown!; and has published peer reviewed articles related to pedestrian safety and community health workers. Most recently, she coordinated a community engagement project related to the City of Oakland’s Lake Merritt Specific Planning process, which seeks to ensure community input into this proposed development planning process.
Pamela Lippe is a principal of e4, inc. and an innovative professional with 15 years as a green building consultant and over 35 years in environment and communication. She was the consultant to The Durst Organization on the first “green” skyscraper built in the US and continues to work on most Durst projects including the new 2.2 million sf Bank of America Tower at 1 Bryant Park, which recently achieved LEED Platinum. Her work helps ensure that environmental quality and building performance are achieved in a timely and cost-effective manner and she has extensive experience with large projects ranging from 500,000 sf to over 10 million. Current clients include Simon Property Group, TIAA-CREF and Forest City Ratner for Atlantic Yards. Her practice includes office, residential (multi-unit and single family), retail, sports, arts, university and many other building types. She is currently working with LEED-NC, LEED-CS, LEED-CI, LEED-ND and LEED-EB. She lectures regularly at conferences and seminars both nationally and internationally.
For twenty-two years, Ms. Lippe has served as executive director of Earth Day New York (EDNY), a 501(c) 3 non-profit educational organization and currently serves as its President. Earth Day New York annually organizes the largest Earth Day events in the country beginning in 1990 with the 20th anniversary of Earth Day in NYC that engaged about two million people. Since 1996, EDNY has targeted a number of its educational campaigns to the real estate community including seven highly-acclaimed Lessons Learned publications distributed broadly throughout the industry. Ms. Lippe was one of the co-founders of the national and international Earth Day Network and regularly launches Earth Day programs that reach well beyond New York.
Fair trade, handcrafted Sacred Geometry and Sigil Jewelry.
Liquid Fire Mantra is Jewelry and Performance Art Company based out of Ashland Oregon, who believe in the power of art to inspire and create positive change in the world. Symbols and Sacred Geometry are prominent through out their work along with empowering elements of nature. Intricately detailed, great care is instilled into every aspect of these fair trade, hand crafted designs. Having deep reverence for nature, Liquid Fire Mantra is committed to Green Business practices by using renewable resources and low impact environmental methods.Come find us at booth 415. Fair Trade in our business means that we evaluate each one of our business relationships individually and to each individual needs. This is created through direct and intimate relationships with each one of our workers, employees and colleagues.To us "Green" is not only the values that uphold the environment, but it is being committed to expanding our understanding of our biodynamics and how this understanding can be employed. Green to us, is living each day with the questions: What is our impact? Are we being accountable for our actions? How can we be in service to support the whole?
Eco-friendly glass art gifts including jewerly, accessories and housewares that benefit humans, animals and the earth through donation made to various environmental agencies and the use of recycled materials and packaging.
Gary Liss, Mayor of Loomis, CA, is a leading advocate of Zero Waste in the United States. He has helped draft more Zero Waste Plans for communities than anyone else in America, including: Palo Alto, Oakland, Burbank, and Del Norte County, CA; Austin, TX; Telluride, CO; and Nelson, BC. He is now working on Zero Waste Plans for the City of Los Angeles, the City of Alameda, CA and Arkadelphia, AR. He was recently invited to be a technical resource person for the Clinton Climate Initiative to assist on major urban projects. He has drafted Global Principles for Zero Waste Communities, documented Zero Waste Businesses, and developed Zero Waste Business Principles. He has also helped organize the Zero Waste International Alliance, the national Zero Waste Committee of the Sierra Club and is a certified ZERI System Designer. Mr. Liss was a founder and past President of the National Recycling Coalition and was selected by the California Resource Recovery Association as Recycler of the Year in 2005.
Lite FM 93.9 has been Chicagolands Workday Station for over 20 years, playing all of your favorite music from yesterday and today! Visit litefm.com to find out why so many people work with 93.9 Lite fm each day!
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Little Bit, Inc. is a Wyoming manufacturer of natural, sustainable products. Softpaws Premium PineAbsorbent & Bedding is made from 100% pine, "Free of Dust, Chemicals, and Guilt". Buffalo Green is an industrial & commercial spill absorbent. All our products are 100% Natural Pine,Sustainable, Biodegradable, & Environmentally Friendly.
Kids Organic Cotton Tees With Eco Messages
Little Green Star organic cotton tee's inspire and educate kids on the importance of science, nature and protecting the environment!
With our eco-friendly onesies and tees your little ones can be a hit on the playground! Our garments are high quality, fun and affordable...tees with personality!
Our textiles are 100% certified organic cotton made in a fair labor and fair trade environment and are soft, comfy and non-toxic. Organic products promote social, ethical and ecologically conscious practices that help contribute to a safer world to leave to our lil munchkins. Why not teach them early to be aware of the little choices that make a big difference.
We at Little Green Tees are committed to limiting the size of our carbon footprint...one tiny footstep at a time. Together we make a difference.
Little Pickle Press is a children's media publishing company dedicated to helping parents and educators cultivate conscious, responsible little people by stimulating explorations of the meaningful topics of their generation through a variety of media, technologies, and techniques. Striving to be the change it seeks, Little Pickle Press has proudly become a B Corporation.
Community Based Non For Profit Organization
Our mission is to work with our families, coworkers, and neighbors to improve our environment and lives in Little Village and Chicago through democracy in action. We work for a real voice in building democracy, including if, how, when and where any development of our communities takes place, as the basis for environmental, economic and social justice. Our environment is where we live, work, study, play and pray. We work with, not against, our Mother Earth and Nature to once again make our air healthy to breath, our water safe to drink and to free our earth from poisons to grow healthy foods. We believe democracy means giving time and space for every voice to be heard and counted in everyday matters, full participation in all types of decision-making that affects our lives, and determining the future of our neighborhood and city. Little Village Park FacilitiesWe work to unite our community's talents, assets, and power to build a society that treats all of us equally: no matter what race, culture, ethnicity, age, or gender we are. In Unity we have the strength to forge economic, environmental and social justice to overcome the barriers of poverty that surround us and build self-determination. We work for justice at home and abroad, connecting our local struggle for democracy with the global one and live by the principle that, as working and poor people of color, we have the right to control our lives and resources.
Santa Cruz-based LittleFootprint Lighting makes and markets the award-winning HeronLED Personal Task Light, the only American made LED desk lamp to have earned the ENERGY STAR, using only 4 watts to provide the equivalent light output of a 40-watt incandescent. The LED bulb lasts 15 years or longer before needing to be replaced. Our use of recycled e-waste and recycled steel to manufacture the product not only means lower carbon footprint to produce our parts, but keeps waste out of landfills. Making it in the USA supports green jobs here and means less transportation-related carbon emission. Finally, it’s a very attractive and functional light, adjustable so that its warm white light gets just where the user needs it.
- Guiding Lights: How to Mentor - and Find Life's Purpose
Eric Liu is the author of Guiding Lights: How to Mentor and Find Life's Purpose, the Official Book of National Mentoring Month. He is also the author of The Accidental Asian: Notes of a Native Speaker, a New York Times Notable Book featured in the PBS documentary Matters of Race, and he edited the Norton anthology Next: Young American Writers on the New Generation. Eric served as a speechwriter for President Clinton in the first term and as White House deputy domestic policy adviser in the second. After the White House, he was an executive at the digital media company RealNetworks. He's also been a frequent commentator on CNN, MSNBC and CNBC. In 2002, Eric was named by the World Economic Forum one of the 100 Global Leaders of Tomorrow. He lives in Seattle, where he teaches at the University of Washington's Evans School of Public Affairs and hosts an acclaimed television interview program called Seattle Voices.
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Organic and sustainable fabrics for home interiors
Eco-fashion. Bamboo & organic cotton clothing for men & women
Bamboo and organic cotton tshirts, tops and hoodies for mens & women. "Live the Life you Love, Love the Life you Live"®. Our graphics represent what inspires us to live the life we love and hopefully inspires you to do the same
Join us and explore the balance between peace and the environment as we seek answers and a deeper understanding of how each of our lives are connected to each other and the environment with a responsibility to choose a better way of living.Each bi monthly issue of LiveGreen Magazine searches out emerging
Architecture is about bringing a nourishing quality of life to the everyday experience of living. Homes should be fun, beautiful and healthy. Whether you are building new, resculpting through a remodel, or revitalizing your existing home, the process of creating a special place for you is our upmost concern. The design of a home is not only about creating a place of shelter, it is also about creating a healthy vessel for living that has visual clarity and a beauty that nourishes you as you live and work in the modern world.With over 28 years of residential design know-how and insight, Cynthia Nolting brings a working knowledge that ensures your project will be a beautiful and timeless creation. Living Architecture is a simple efficient problem solving process used to create solutions that are based on your program needs, the qualities of the site, and budget, all to ensure that you can experience and utilize your living space with great joy and intuition. LIVING ARCHITECTURE is a full-service architectural design firm.
Natural crafts magazine for the whole family.
Living Crafts provides craft enthusiasts with the information, ideas, and inspiration they need to support their desire for self-sufficiency, sustainability and a natural lifestyle. In each issue there are projects for the entire family, including fun crafts for parents and children to do together. Our readers are people who consciously choose natural materials for their handwork projects because of aesthetics, quality, personal health and the environment. Living Crafts aims to inform and inspire readers to choose Mother Natures supplies whether they create their own or buy ready-made handwork.
Come taste the difference!Organic food-state nutrients
Experience new vitality! Barley Grass unsurpassed in flavor. Probiotic foods unequaled in effectiveness. Doctor recommended; proven more bio-available than supplements. Let food be your medicine! Certified organic.
NEW ! Come try Living Harvest Hempmilk; available in Original, Vanilla, and Chocolate. Also sample our raw, certified organic, hemp protein powders, hemp seeds and oils.
Come try Living Harvest Hempmilk...It's Delicious!
NEW ! Come try Living Harvest Hempmilk; available in Original, Vanilla, and Chocolate. Also sample our raw, certified organic, hemp protein powders, hemp seeds and oils.
Branches of bliss to all Living things - Organic Raw Chocolate Ba...
Living Libations extends branches of bliss to all living things, shaping effable plant-light into palpable consecrations to muse senses and attune our filaments to the adventure of living. Raw Chocolate that is the Love child of WIlly Wonka and Mary Poppins, wild essences and more!
We manufacture raw and organic nut butters, tahini, oils, pestos and chocolates in Berkeley, California. We distribute worldwide. We are well represented in natural food stores, co-ops, and restaurants. Our alive, organic almond butter, made from almonds grown by California family farmers, is our best selling product. Unlike most nut butters, ours are created over two to three days; we slice rather than grind. Our alive, organic oils include Olive, Coconut, Chia Seed, Pumpkin Seed, Golden Flax Seed, and Hemp Seed. We are constantly innovating and developing new products including Sunflower Butter, Pistachio Butter, Coconut Cremé, Coconut Mango Persimmon Butter, Walnut Butter, Tomato Almond Pesto, Pumpkin Seed Butter, and Hazelnut Cloud. Our nut butters, chocolates, oils and pestos appeal to a wide range of people and in particular to those who embrace an organic and raw foods diet!
The piece of clothing you didn't know you were missing to add Flair to your life!
Eco-friendly & stylish gift wrap solutions
At LivingEthos we believe that you shouldn't have to sacrifice style to simplify your life, make eco-conscious choices and live your ethos.Our guilt-free gift wrap is a collection of reusable drawstring bags that make wrapping a cinch - just pack the bag, pull the drawstring, tie a bow and you're done. All in less than 10 seconds.Plus, you eliminate waste. No more hauling heaps of unrecyclable wrapping paper to the curb after the holidays. The bags can be reused as gift wrap or even a stylish storage solution, and are perfect for keeping all those loose toys from taking over the living room. It's a win-win for the person receiving, the next generation and the planet too.
LivingstonStark is internationally recognized as a prominent permaculture teacher, designer and speaker.
LivingstonStark has been teaching internationally and working professionally in the land management, regenerative design and permaculture development field for 25 years and has extensive experience in all phases of ecologically sound design and construction as well as the use of natural nontoxic building materials. LivingstonStark specializes in site planning and the design of resourcerich landscapes integrating, rainwater collection, edible and medicinal planting, spring development, pond and water systems, habitat development and watershed restoration for homes, cohousing communities, businesses and diverse yield perennial farms.
With her husband James Stark, and in collaboration with Commonweal a cancer health research and retreat center LivingstonStark comanages a 17acre certified organic and certified salmonsafe farm in Bolinas, California, called the Commonweal Garden. In addition, the Starks are stewarding and working to restore 200 acres of land in Trinity County, California.
LivingstonStark cocreated the Ecological Design Program and its curriculum at the San Francisco Institute of Architecture, and she cofounded the West Marin Grower's Group, the West Marin Farmer's Market and the Community Land Trust Association of Marin. LivingstonStark has also worked with the Marin County Community Development Agency and Planning Department to develop recommendations on sustainability for updating the Community Plan.
LivingstonStark is a founding member of the Natural Building Colloquium, a national consortium of professional natural builders, creating innovations in straw bale, cob, timberframe, light clay, natural nontoxic interior finishes and other methods using natural and bioregionally appropriate materials for construction.
Livity is a positive, healthy lifestyle. Our products and message reflect our core values of sustainability and unity. All of our apparel and accessories are designed using strictly organic and recycled materials and produced in equitable trade. Livityâ€™s 2010 collection is an expression of our commitment to activism through conscious living and creativity. Livity is 110% for the planet. We make earth friendly apparel and accessories from hemp, organic cotton, recycled plastic bottles and renewable raffia straw for the consumer with a conscience. Our hats, famous fedoras, bags, t shirts, hoodies and outerwear are all designed with the Livity vibe and environment in mind. www.livity.org
Apparel & Accessories made from earth friendly materials.
Livity is a positive, healthy lifestyle. Our products and message reflect our core values of sustainability and unity. All of our apparel and accessories are designed using strictly organic and recycled materials and produced in equitable trade. Livity's 2010 collection is an expression of our commitment to activism through conscious living and creativity. Livity is 110% for the planet. We make earth-friendly apparel and accessories from hemp, organic cotton, recycled plastic bottles and renewable raffia straw for the consumer with a conscience. Our hats, famous fedoras, bags, t-shirts, hoodies and outerwear are all designed with the Livity vibe and environment in mind.www.livity.org
Liz Alig is a fashion label that provides consumers with clothing that is fair trade, ethical, AND fashionable. We do this by creating fashion forward collections made out of 100% recycled materials and working with fair trade groups around the world to produce the clothing. Then we give back 10% of our sales to developing countries to promote skills training of women and street children.
Christina is the DC Green Festivals intern and is pursuing a B.A. of International Affairs sat the George Washington University. She became involved in the fair trade movement in 2004 and is now serving as MidAtlantic Regional Coordinator for United Students for Fair Trade. Christina has also been active on trade justice issues and was a member of the national steering committee for the Student Trade Justice Campaign from 20062007.
Susan Lloyd has kept and wintered Top Bar Hives in DC and in Maine for 3 years, and specializes in the use of integrated pest management and organic techniques and equipment. She has devised an innovative tool for helping TBH hives winter locally that she will share with us.
Making local food work...for everyone.
Want fresh local food? Try Local Dirt connects local farmers with food buyers, including restaurants and grocery stores. Farmers all across the country post information about their farm, and price lists for their local produce, meat, dairy, or grocery items. Any product ordered through the site is labeled with the farm's name and how many miles it traveled to reach its buyer. You can use the site to learn about local farms and see which stores sell local food. Businesses can use Local Dirt to order produce and have it delivered. Know your farm, trust your food.