This year, for the first time ever, the TED Prize went not to an individual but to an idea on which our planet's future depends: the City 2.0. For one day only, the TEDx platform will harness the power of people across the globe to encourage them to host a TEDx event themed "City 2.0" event at their favorite local spots, featuring the brightest local minds and biggest hearts.
The Burbank Green Alliance presents “Eco-Solutions & the Entertainment Industry,” a free one-day workshop on sustainable approaches for creating an environmentally responsible entertainment industry on set and off. Mike Slavich, Warner Brother's Director of Sustainability, will be the keynote speaker.
You are invited to an evening of insightful discussion on the tools and tips for forging B Corps. B Corps are a new type of corporation that uses the power of business to solve social and environmental problems. The event features:
Naam Yoga believes that meditation is an important component to healing the beach and ocean. That's why the group is putting on "One World Yoga Circle," a community day of peace and healing at Santa Monica Beach. This free beach yoga class is Naam Yoga's final National Yoga Month event. All Heal the Bay yoga lovers are invited to attend.
Thrill The World, an annual worldwide simultaneous dance event of Michael Jackson’s song “Thriller,” was created to share the joy of dance, celebrate communities and support charities. This year, the Trash Zombies are back in the South Bay with events to marry education and arts to raise awareness about pollution and reduce waste.
UMeTime, a new app offering deals from your favorite local businesses, celebrates its launch with a party in conjunction with Coastal Cleanup Day. Complimentary refreshments and snacks will be available for those who participate in this year's Coastal Cleanup Day and download the UMeTime app once it launches.
October 12, 2012 - 3:00pm - October 13, 2012 - 5:00pm
25 percent of proceeds
benefit sustainable works
Take advantage of the best deal on rain barrels in Los Angeles. Barrels are $100 each, and 25 percent of your payment is tax deductible.* Rain barrels are FREE to Santa Monica residents who qualify for rebate. Twenty-five percent of proceeds will benefit Sustainable Works, a Community Partners project and 501c3 non-profit organization.