For those of you who haven’t seen it yet, I highly recommend the Story of Stuff. It is an animated story of how our society is steeped in consumerism and how it got there. It is eye-opening, frightening and entertaining all at the same time. With the holidays approaching it is a great message to keep in mind. Don’t give just to be giving. Be thoughtful- consider the planet first.
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- Our friends @ForthMobility have an upcoming event Sept. 7 on EV Charging 4-6 pm RSVP here >> goo.gl/f9E9s3 6 days ago
- Seattle candidates: talk about sustainable city budget seattletimes.com/business/seatt… via @seattletimes 1 week ago
- Our partners at @WSRArecycle are hosting a WRED Event on 7/27 on Innovation in Composite Recycling. More here: goo.gl/Re5z6M 3 weeks ago
- RT @WOHESC: WAHESC Monthly Bulletin featuring interview w/ @GonzagaU Director of Sustainability, Jim Simon >> goo.gl/hc3xW3 https… 4 weeks ago
- Vote for our friend @LauraClise for #CommunityMVP @AthleteAlly to champion inclusive culture #EqualityIsATeamSport… twitter.com/i/web/status/8… 1 month ago
- Green Line Series Interview | Marcelo Bonta, Philanthropy Northwest Momentum Fellow, Meyer Memorial Trust
- GoGreen Conference Receives 2017 Travel Portland Sustainability Award
- Green Line Series Interview | Gwen Migita, VP Sustainability & Corporate Citizenship, Caesars Entertainment
- Green Line Series Interview | Ngozi Oleru, Division Director of the Environmental Health Division for Public Health Seattle and King County
- Interview with Richard Eidlin | Co-Founder, American Sustainable Business Council