Drinking Water Filtration by Multi-Pure
World's Most Effective Drinking Water Filter For All the Right Reasons!, Great For You And The Planet; Unlimited Supply of Delicious, Refreshing Water From Your Tap, For 8 Cents a Gallon. No Extra Energy Required. Providing Superior Water For 40 years, NSF Certified, $19.50 a month, Lifetime Warranty. Booth 1031
Dropps - eco-friendly liquid laundry detergent pacs
Dropps is the new, super-concentrated, eco-friendly liquid laundry detergent that comes in convenient toss-and-go dissolving pacs. Unlike other liquid laundry detergent manufacturers who focus solely on the ingredients inside of the package, Dropps, in addition to ingredients, addresses the greatest source of environmental impact that is most overlooked the packaging itself. Dropps packaging a convenient and lightweight stand-up pouch - is much more energy efficient than the traditional stand up ...
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Exceptional aromatherapy & organic plant-based bath & body pro...
Pure aromatherapy and organic, plant-based bath and body products designed for consumers that demand the very best in personal care. We combine 100% pure essential oils with certified organic plant-based ingredients to create an exquisite line of spa-quality aromatherapy lotions, body oils, body washes, room and body sprays, lip balms, soy candles, and natural remedies that make you feel and smell great!The absence of synthetic chemicals, petroleum ingredients, or over-processed natural ingredie ...
California Interfaith Power and Light
Allis Druffel is active in the fields of Church Ministry, Climate Change and Interfaith Relations. She is currently the Southern California Outreach Director for California Interfaith Power and Light. The Interfaith Power and Light movement is active in 40 states, working with 14,000 congregations in the areas of energy efficiency, energy reduction, sustainable energy and pubic policy advocacy. She is a past member of the Los Angeles Archdiocese Justice and Peace Commission, and is active on its Creation Sustainability Committee. Originally trained as a classical singer, Allis serves as a Choi ...
Drumheller is a Certified Hazardous Materials Manager with over 19 years of experience in the environmental industry, covering just about every topic from audits to underground storage tanks. In 2008, she helped found Alaska Airlines' corporate sustainability program. She raised awareness of the importance and value of environmental stewardship through the launch and leadership of a cross-divisional Green Team, which lead to a company-wide adoption of new "greener" business initiatives and strategies. In 2009, she completed Alaska Airgroup's first ever Corporate Environmental Responsibility Re ...
Reusable dry cleaning bags
Eliminate dry cleaning plastic bag waste!Dry Greening offers an innovative, eco-friendly reusable dry cleaning bag. The bag functions as a tote to bring your clothes to the dry cleaners and converts to a garment bag to bring your clothes home from the dry cleaners without plastic bags.
eco-friendly pocket reference guide on green living
The INFOFAN is a great pocket reference guide suitable for personal use, fundraising and a valuable tool to promote your business or brand.There are many INFOFAN to choose from-green living, wine, golf, beach, bbq, to name a few. Each INFOFAN is packaged in a 3 1/2 x 2 3/4" pocket pack and contains valuable tips, common sense terms and valuable information. This item will last for years. Good thing too, because it can be used everyday. The INFOFAN is made of seven sheets of durable .30mm plastic ...
Ducey is celebrating her 28th year with Seattle City Light's Conservation Division. Ducey started in 1983 as a Home Energy Auditor after graduating from Southern Illinois University with a B.S. in Science Education. In 1990, Ducey was promoted to Energy Planning Analyst where she took charge of planning residential lighting programs. In this capacity, Ducey attended the very first California Compact meeting where utility planners were convinced CFLs would make the Alamp obsolete by 1995. And as lead of the Northwest Residential Efficient Lighting Group, Ducey helped convince the Bonneville ...
Dairy-free, vegan and specialty sweets.
Former Supervisor of District 8 and candidate for Mayor
After a childhood in Harlem, Bevan moved to the Bay Area at age 16. He graduated from Menlo-Atherton High School and attended UC Berkeley. He worked first in Washington D.C., first for Representative Shirley Chisolm, and then Representative Julian Dixon. Bevan later moved to San Francisco and became a Legislative Aid to Susan Leal. He then ran the Office of Neighborhood Services under Mayor Willie Brown. Bevan quickly realized that addressing small problems is what makes a big difference in people's lives. Bevan believes that government, on the local level, has the power to change lives in a t ...
Katherine Anne Confections
Katherine's upbringing on a small Wisconsin farm led to an appreciation for fresh, delicious products. Her first venture started at the age of 10, when she would use cream from her family's Jersey cows to create soft, old-fashioned caramels. "Katherine's Karamels" were sold at Dad's office for 25 cents each, and quickly became a local favorite. Soon, her caramels and truffles were highly anticipated gifts every Christmas. In the fall of 2006, Katherine Anne Confections was launched in Chicago to rave reviews. Today, you can find Katherine in her Logan Square kitchen, stirring caramel and rolli ...
Matt Dundas has worked on environmental campaigns since 1996. He is currently leading Oceana's field campaign to stop offshore drilling and promote clean energy alternatives. He leads a team of eight to ten field organizers working full time to build opposition to offshore drilling. Matt started his career with the State Public Interest Research Groups, working on campaigns in ten states and the District of Columbia over seven years. He then worked as an independent campaign consultant, helping to run campaigns around the country for various local and national nonprofits and initiatives befor ...
Owner, Mata Traders
Maureen Dunn is co-owner of Mata Traders, a fair trade clothing and accessories company based right here in Chicago, IL. Started in 2006, Mata is sold in over 200 shops across the nation, as well as at a bevy of local music fests and street fairs around Chicago during the summertime. Maureen and co-owner Michelle King are passionate about making hip and affordable styles that compete with mainstream brands. They spend 6-8 weeks a year in India and Nepal working closely with their producer groups, who provide sustainable income to women at poverty level. As part of the design process, Maureen u ...
Dunn, founder and president of the Resource Center, has more than forty years of experience finding productive uses for discarded materials. The Resource Center has pioneered programs for urban agriculture, recycling, reuse, and repurposing. Resource Center's City Farm program provides a model for urban agriculture in Chicago's CabriniGreen neighborhood.In 2010 Dunn received the 5th annual Elizabeth I. Benson Award for his lifetime of work in sustainability. Dunn was a recipient of then Lieutenant Governor Pat Quinn's 2006 Environmental Heroes Award for his work in urban composting and agricul ...
Common Good was born from the idea that we were using too much plastic. Cleaning products, in particular, were responsible for the large bags of recycling which left our house each week. It was time to rethink how we consume our products. When a bottle will last thousands of years in landfill and recycling still consumes lots of energy, why wouldn’t we try to use it as long as possible? Sacha and her husband Edmund launched Common Good in November 2010 with a line of products in simple packaging that is nice enough to keep. We have designed an easy to use refill station and encourage custo ...
Wireless charging for your smartphone - never be powerless!
Executive Director, Chicago Alliance Against Sexual Exploitation
Rachel Durchslag has been working in the social justice community since 2000. After receiving her BS from Skidmore College in 2000 with a double major in women’s studies and social work, Rachel moved to Chicago where she worked for Personal Political Action Committee, the Day Care Action Council of Illinois, and the Chicago Chapter of the National Organization for Women. In 2005, Rachel earned her master’s degree in Social Service Administration from the University of Chicago. In June of 2006, Rachel founded the Chicago Alliance Against Sexual Exploitation, an organization that works to el ...
Numi Organic Tea
Brian Durkee has spent the majority of his career in the natural/specialty food industry. For more than 15 years, he has directed the management of purchasing, quality control, production, distribution and supply chain operations in multiple rapidly growing, entrepreneurial environments. Brian serves as the V.P of Operations for Numi Organic Tea, and has been with the company since the fall of 2003. His responsibilities have included strategic planning, R&D and development within the supply chain. While managing Numi’s world-wide supply chain and distribution logistics, Brian has also fo ...
Denise is a communications manager for the US Environmental Protection Agencys ENERGY STAR Program. Since 1997, she has coordinated and managed several outreach initiatives to raise awareness and understanding of the ENERGY STAR label. In addition, she strives to educate consumers about the link between energy use and its impact on the environment and how they can help fight global warming by making energy conscious decisions in their daily lives.
Actress, Vegan Chef and Eco Lifestylist Leslie Durso shares her passion for vegan living daily on lesliedurso.com, on TV and throughout the web. Recently featured on Food Network, Discovery Channel, Hallmark Channel, and Mother Nature Network, Leslie fuses her sunshiny meat-free message with nutritional wellness to evangelize the benefits of a plant-based lifestyle to mainstream omnivores. Maxim Magazine wrote: "We want to hire Leslie as our own personal chef! We'll even eat vegetables for her." When she’s not firing up audiences online and on TV with veggie love, she appears at Food & Wine ...
Director, Sustainability Initiatives, New York State Metropolitan Transportation Authority
Projjal K. Dutta, is New York State Metropolitan Transportation Authority’s Director, Sustainability Initiatives. He is the first incumbent of this position. Mr. Dutta works toward two broad goals: 1) To reduce the environmental footprint of the MTA and 2) to verifiably measure the carbon benefits that accrue to the region, due to the MTA’s operations. The latter, in a carbon constrained future, could bring additional resources to the MTA and others like it. He was instrumental in the MTA’s carbon footprint being measured, verified and registered with the Climate Registry, the first tra ...
Keeping Our Promise
Jared Duval is the author of the forthcoming book, Keeping Our Promise and has written about the global generation as a Senior Fellow with ecoAmerica, an environmental marketing and advocacy group. From 2005 to 2007, Jared was the National Director of the Sierra Student Coalition, the largest student environmental organization in the United States.
Rev. Dawn Duval is Project Manager for the Colorado Council of Churches and a facilitator for Let Us Rise.
Rev. Dawn Duval
UrbanGoGreen Expo; GreenTechUpgrade.com
Duval Osiris James is a social entrepreneur committed to bridging the gap between green service providers and the urban market. With the 2008 Harlem launch of the UrbanGoGreen Expo and Greening the Culture Campaign, now in it’s fifth year, he created the first green economy community engagement and marketing platform for urban consumers. With his next venture, Green Tech Upgrade, Osiris applies his fifteen years of sales, marketing and coaching experience to help green companies reach more residential and business customers while creating local jobs and independent business ownership opportu ...
Horticultural Society of NY
Dwaine Lee directs Special Projects in Green Workforce development for the Horticultural Society of New York. Formerly the Field Director of Sustainable South Bronx’s Bronx Environmental Stewards Training, Dwaine holds certifications in Rain Garden Installation and Permaculture Design from Rutgers University. He is a certified NYC citizen tree pruner and a Certified Master Composter through the DSNY compost project. Dwaine has consulted on, designed, and managed green infrastructure and Low Impact Development (LID) projects of varying scopes, from building raised beds for urban farms to inst ...
Tex Dworkin is Director of Social Media for Global Exchange, an international human rights organization and Founder of DoGoodBiz.com, an online destination for fans of socially responsible business. She has a Bachelor’s degree in Social Thought and Political Economy from UMass in Amherst, and over 15 years of buying, marketing and business development experience. Tex has traveled to many parts of the world on direct-buying trips, delegations and educational speaking tours, meeting with artisans, students, vendors and producers. Tex is passionate about helping and encouraging those involved i ...
Souley Vegan is owned by Tamearra Dyson a vegan and bay area native who's grandfather (Jimmy Williams) of whom she is influenced, was from Louisiana. She take pride in serving food that is not only delicious, healthy and hearty, but real food that you can consume on a daily basis with out developing poor health. When Tamearra started Souley vegan In 2006, she honestly had no idea of the impact it would have on the community. She was just doing what she had been doing since she gave birth to her son, Aquil, in 1994 - "home cooken." She loves to cook just like her mom, Dawn Williams cooked for ...
Environmental artist Torkwase Dyson received her MFA from Yale University in painting in 2003. Her work has been exhibited at the Whitney Museum of Art, the Corcoran College of Art, the Schuylkill Center for Environmental Education, and the Smithsonian National Museum of African Art. Awards include Nancy Graves Grant for Visual Artists, Spelman College Art Colony Fellowship, National Women’s Studies Association Travel Grant, Yale University Barry Cohen Scholarship and the Yale University Paul Harper Residency at Vermont Studio Center Prize. Her series of mobile solar powered sculptures, Stu ...