Take the pledge to make every day a day without a single-use plastic bag.
A Day Without a Bag is an education and grassroots event coordinated by Heal the Bay that involves community groups, businesses and individuals throughout the state of California. On this day we ask holiday shoppers and retailers to forgo single-use, plastic shopping bags in favor of reusable bags.
Join the Green Living Project for their 3rd annual film premiere of a collection of global and domestic sustainability short films.
Experience their expedition team’s journey and witness the latest efforts in sustainable tourism, adventure travel, wildlife conservation, community education, sustainable food and more. Learn about exciting travel destinations and discover ways you can get involved. Featured films include shorts from Belize, Guatemala and the U.S.
A Day Without a Bag is an educational grassroots event coordinated by Heal the Bay that involves cities throughout Los Angeles County. The impact of plastic on the marine environment and our communities is significant and we have the option to dramatically reduce the use of plastic bags.
October 17, 2011 - 8:30am - October 18, 2011 - 4:00pm
Green california schools summit & expo
The Green California Schools Summit is organized by the non-profit Green Technology, a partner with Cal/EPA for EEI outreach and teacher training.
The Summit offers a once-a-year chance to get up to date on the technologies, policies, teaching strategies and best practices that are contributing to progress in the Golden State’s green schools movement.
Join us for the second annual LA Craft Beer Crawl on Saturday, August 13th.
This year's Craft Beer Crawl will feature some of the top Craft and Artisanal Brewers in the country and offer attendees over 50 craft beers to sample all within walking distance in Downtown Los Angeles at seven participating bars including: Cana, Casey's 7 Grand, Golden Gopher, Broadway Bar, Cole's and Las Perlas.
The Global Alliance for Incinerator Alternatives (GAIA) would like to encourage its members and allies to join the International Plastic Bag-Free Day on July 3, 2011 being organized by Fundació Prevenció de Residus i Consum.
LADWP's newly released budget proposes to dramatically slash investment in essential environmental initiatives including energy efficiency, water conservation and stormwater capture. LADWP will present their budget categorized into two types of costs: basic business needs (minimum to meet regulatory mandates and basic operations) and “strategic investments.” “Strategic investments” include a higher percentage of support for such programs as: water conservation, energy efficiency, water reuse, groundwater recharge, water recycling, smart meters and stormwater capture. Both “basic costs” and “strategic investments” are critical to ensure water sustainability. Visit www.ladwp.com/laforward to learn more about the 2011 Rates Process and to RSVP.