Green Festival Exhibitors
Exhibitors are companies that are in line with Green Festival's core values and beliefs. Read More.
Helps commuters find cost-effective alternatives to driving alone
Nations oldest nonprofit, celebrating 135 years of conservation
Saving lives by improving lung health and preventing lung disease
Philanthropic organization serving homeless people & pets.
Advocating for nuclear-free, sustainable,democratic energy future
1 resource for business / Alternative lender/ GJGNY Coordinator
Strengthening Brooklyn through grantmaking and community service
The Central Park Conservancy was founded in 1980 by a group of dedicated civic andphilanthropic leaders. They were determined to end Central Park's dramatic declinein the 1970s andrestore it to its former splendor as America's first and foremost major urban public space, as envisioned by its 19th-century designers, Frederick Law Olmsted and Calvert Vaux. Today, the Conservancy's mission is to restore, manage and enhance Central Park, in partnership with the public, for the enjoyment of present and future generations.
Sustainability educational training and programs for K-12 schools
Damascus Citizens Protects Water Resources of PA, NY, MD
Non-profit environmental law organization
Earthjustice is a non-profit public interest law firm dedicated to protecting the magnificent places, natural resources, and wildlife of this earth, and to defending the right of all people to a healthy environment.
Phone: (510) 550-6700
The definitive rating for identifying Greener Electronics
The EPEAT® green electronics rating system combines comprehensive criteria for design, production, energy use and recycling with ongoing independent verification of manufacturer claims. The system helps purchasers select from among 3000-plus environmentally preferable products that can reduce their environmental footprint. 400 million EPEAT registered products have been purchased since the system began in 2006.
Rebuilding lives after incarceration.
FarmCity Revival is the product of a few years of asking questions, listening to answers, and good old-fashioned hard work. The Potash Family foundation, The Distinguished Social Venture Foundation, set out to start businesses for people who faced significant challenges entering the work force. About two and a half years ago they met with Liz Gaynes and her staff at The Osborne Association, an organization transforming the lives of people, families and communities involved in the criminal justice system. Together these two non profits founded FarmCity Revival to create opportunities for formerly incarcerated men and women to build careers in the healthy, regional food sector.
A non-profit consumer organization that works to ensure clean water and safe food. We challenge the corporate control and abuse of our food and water resources by empowering people to take action and by transforming the public consciousness about what we eat and drink.
Learn about this campaign for clean energy & energy efficiency!
Volunteer-run non-profit that facilitates green building in NYC!
The mission of the MCC Green Business Committee is to provide MCC members with a leading sustainability and environmental roadmap that acts as an up to date educational engine, resource guide and network to experts in the field. The purpose is to support members, make connections, save them time and expense, reduce their imprint, improve Their Triple bottom Line (People, Planet, Profits) and increase the loyalty of their staff, customers and overall image.
Positive impact on the formerly incarcerated.
Karma Builders is a zero-profit social enterprise located in the South Bronx, NY, designed to break the vicious cycle of unemployment and re-incarceration. Karma Builders train, hire and pay formerly incarcerated men and women to provide woodworking and assembly services for local sustainable companies. The organization also runs a soft-skills program, consisting of a daily Yoga and Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction (MBSR) training that seeks to aid the development of mental skills and support participants as they strive to re-build their lives, benefiting their families and communities.
Karma Builders' vision is to provide assembly and wood working services for a growing number of local sustainable companies and to expand their product portfolio in order to serve a growing number of participants.
Dedicated to preventing cruelty to farm animals
Mercy For Animals is a national non-profit animal protection organization dedicated to preventing cruelty to farmed animals and promoting compassionate food choices and policies. MFA is a voice for animals through humane education, proactive advertising campaigns, undercover investigations, and grassroots activism.
HUD Certified Not-for-profit Housing Counseling Agency
Introduces plant-based foods & nutrition education in schools
ProvidingTeam Building and Adventure for Companies and Schools
Promote organics & consumer choice, mandatory labeling GMO foods
The world's largest animal rights organization
Vertical Gardening, tomatopod,hydroponics & more.
Vertical gardening, containers, phytopod, tomatopod, vertical garden, upside-down planter, rollerbase, hydroponics, aeroponics, aquaponics, graywater, ...
Bottom-up/people-powered innovations to fix US Economy
Bottom-up/people-powered innovations to fix US Economy
Mobilizing & educating neighbors for sustainability in Brooklym
Center for low-cost, high-impact solutions to problems of poverty
Raising environmental, entrepreneurial & ethical leaders!
Green jobs training;Shoji screens;Phytopods;Farm-food delivery
The Osborne Association offers opportunities for individuals who have been in conflict with the law to transform their lives through innovative, effective, and replicable programs that serve the community by reducing crime and its human and economic costs. We offer opportunities for reform and rehabilitation through public education, advocacy, and alternatives to incarceration that respect the dignity of people and honor their capacity to change.