"Global Sustainability: Central America to Maine" will take place Thursday September 23rd from 6pm to 9pm (films beginning at 7) at Hale’s Ales Brewery Palladium. Event will also include beer and sandwich specials, chocolate samples from Theo Chocolate, door prizes, live music, raffle prizes and special guest speakers. A $5 donation is requested at the door, and a portion of the proceeds will be donated to a featured Green Living Project.
Not only does Green Living Project document, promote and support global sustainability projects, they have also developed a renowned nation-wide education program. Their education program includes a Green Living Project curriculum outlining science, environmental studies, business, journalism, government, marketing, research, community service and how they relate. Green Living Project also has a Bio-Diesel Mobile Tour unit that travels across the US educating and inspiring students with their latest sustainability presentation, “Sustainability across Central America.” Finally, Green Living Project invites everyone to track their expeditions online, ask questions and discuss sustainability via Facebook.
This month Green Living Project is launching their new membership program! Members enjoy gear discounts, travel accommodation discounts with Green Living Projects, special access to unique Green Living Project volunteer opportunities, the privilege to donate 15% of the membership fee to a project of their choice and more.
Founder and leader of Green Living Project, Rob Holmes, will be be speaking at the Green Lifestyle Stage on Saturday at 1pm at Green Festival San Francisco. His presentation will showcase Green Living Project’s journey through Africa where they explored anti-poaching efforts in Zambia, bicycle projects and cheetah conservation in Namibia and a fascinating new “hut-to-hut” trail in South Africa. There will also be door prizes and giveaways from outdoor companies like National Geographic Adventure, Chaco, Keen, Timberland and Lonely Planet.
Here is a short preview of some of the Maine projects featured in Green Living Project’s presentation, “Global Sustainability: Central America to Maine”: