Eco-Friendly Holiday Décor Handmade in Central Asia
Craftspring is a socially responsible business dedicated to working with artisans in Central Asia to bring handcrafted felt Home-Décor and Holiday Ornaments to concerned consumers in the USA. Our Nomad Collection is handcrafted in Kyrgyzstan in workshops founded and run by women, using all natural materials and traditional felting methods first developed by Kyrgyz nomads.
Emma Cramp is an up and coming singer/songwriter and writes all her own material, sings and plays guitar. With her roots planted everywhere from the countryside of England to the deserts of Saudi Arabia, Emma has found L.A. to be her home time and time again and currently lives amongst the trees of Topanga Canyon. She refers to her sound as 'Meadow Mountain Folk Rock' and draws inspiration from love, life and all that lies between.
Mae Crawford is CEO/president of Capitol Property Development LLC, which started as a home improvement contracting firm that specializes in historic preservation and later incorporated green restoration and small construction projects. Her firm has currently created 2 new divisions, which are geared to Construction and Safety Education; and another that focused on Civil Engineering. Lisa Mae also is president of a consulting business, Capitol Business Solutions LLC, which focus is on Green Business Development, Education and Training, and Energy Solutions.
Lisa Mae has been supporting green initiatives in her businesses and her involvement in various organizations since 2001. She launched her Energy Division in late 2011, winning a Weatherization contract and is now a BPI Accredited Contractor engaged in upgrades to residential and commercial building to reduced energy and increase building performance. She has advocated on the need for specialized green training for economically disadvantage constituents within the District of Columbia and continues to collaborated with Department of Employment Services on sustainable workforce development. Lisa Mae has taught workshops and given presentations to certified businesses, engineering conferences, city government programs, and nonprofit training and youth organizations on a variety of sustainability issues. She also has created and assisted in the creation of sustainable education and training curricula and will be launching CBS Training Institute in January 2013.
As a mentor, professor, and a community leader, Lisa Mae is an active member of several organizations in Washington, D.C. She graduated magna cum laude with a degree in computer information systems, and holds degrees in mathematics and a M.B.A. from Trinity University in Washington, D.C.
CREDO Mobile is the one phone company that not only shares your beliefs, but helps you act on them. As someone who cares about the environment, you make hundreds of eco conscious choices. But what about your mobile phone company? Through citizen lobbying and automatic donations to groups like Alliance for Climate Protection, Sierra Club Foundation and Ocean Conservancy, CREDO members have helped win significant victories to preserve our environment. At CREDO Mobile, we make it easy to make a difference.
CREDO Mobile is the one phone company that not only shares your beliefs, but helps you act on them. As someone who cares about the environment, you make hundreds of eco-conscious choices. But what about your mobile phone company? Through citizen lobbying and automatic donations to groups like Alliance for Climate Protection, Sierra Club Foundation and Ocean Conservancy, CREDO members have helped win significant victories to preserve our environment. At CREDO Mobile, we make it easy to make a difference.
Danielle Cresswell is the Sustainability Officer for Klean Kanteen, where she defines company goals through socio-cultural and environmental lens, to support associated strategy development and implementation from an operational platform. She also supports a company-wide hearts and minds commitment to the company’s mission. She manages materials safety testing for all existing and new products, works closely with external partners, and is deeply engaged in developing the company’s sourcing position and its implementation through the Klean Kanteen Manufacturer/Supplier Code of Conduct.
Cresswell has a strong background in the environment and watershed restoration. She studied wildlife biology and management with strong fisheries focus at Humboldt State University and spent two years in AmeriCorps working with the Watershed Stewards Project in Humboldt County. In 2004, she completed her M.S. in environmental Science at Cal State University. She serves on the board of Kids & Creeks, supporting tomorrow’s environmental stewards.
Recycled paper and soy ink gift wrapping.
All in one gift wrapping kits made from recycled paper and printed with soy ink are complete with everything needed to wrap a gift -- including tape and tag. Wrap it like you mean it!
The first organic candy bar!
Crispy Cat is the first organic candy bar! Come sample for free! Yum!
Crittenden is the outreach director for the Washington Bus. The Bus engages, educates and mobilizes young people in the political process. They also have killer Tshirts!
Crittenden works with individuals and organizations across Washington to build young people's political power. When not riding the Bus (yes, they actually have a bus) from Walla Walla to Washougal, you can find him compulsively checking blogs for uptothesecond breaking news.
John Crooks is a junior at CCA Academy. He enjoys engineering and technology.
Crosby works extensively to strengthen our regional food system. Crosby is the Director of Slow Money NW that connects investors interested in food and farming with the food and farming businesses in need of investment. Crosby is also the Network Coordinator for the Puget Sound Food Network, a project of the Northwest Agriculture Business Center that is focused on increasing the production, distribution, and consumption of regional food in regional markets. Crosby has also been active in the development of the Washington Good Food Coalition that brings various issuebased organizations together to develop common state policy goals involving food.
Wade Crowfoot works for Governor Jerry Brown as the Deputy Director of the Governor’s Office of Planning and Research. In that role, he helps advance California’s ambitious renewable energy and climate goals. Prior to his current work, Wade served as San Francisco Mayor Gavin Newsom’s environmental advisor and as Regional Director of the Environmental Defense Fund.
Delivering Sustainable Waste Management Solutions
"Delivering Sustainable Engineering Solutions"Crowley Engineering Group, LLC is a leading sustainability engineering service firm. Based in Northwest Indiana, we implement innovative technology solutions that bring cost-savings to our customers, while helping the environment. As a MBE-Certified professional services firm comprised of licensed engineers and technicians, we support our customers through every stage of each project, including design, installation, start-up and service.Professional Services:Forensic EngineeringConservation AuditsStructural InspectionsWater Waste ManagementSolid Waste ManagementSmashCanRentals.com
Washingtons diversified, sustainable family farm
Our RanchCrown S Ranch is our diversified, sustainable family farm nestled in Washingtons Methow Valley. We have 120 plus acres of lush, certified organic pastures that produce healthful food for our family and yours. Our Ranch has been owned and lovingly tended by our family since the early 1960s. Our Practices By integrating the traditional craft of animal husbandry and innovative technology, we are able to raise our animals humanely without the use of toxic drugs or chemicals. We utilize natural cycles that protect and enhance the environment and maintain a balanced ecosystem. Our methods produce great tasting and more nutritious beef, pork, and poultry that is better for the animal, better for the environment, and better for you.Our ProductsWe produce pastured beef, pork, and poultry on our certified organic pastures. Our steers are entirely grass fed and finished. Our pigs and poultrys pasture diet is supplemented only with certified organic feed. Wed love to have you visit and now have our guest cottage available for CSA member haycations. Ask for details.Our CSA ProgramWe offer shares of beef, pork, turkeys, chickens, and eggs with seven monthly deliveries per harvest cycle.
Hemp clothing & accessories, hemp rope/twine, hemp fiber products
Hemp clothing & accessories, hemp rope/twine, hemp fiber produ...
Hemp clothing & accessories, hemp rope/twine, hemp fiber products
SUMMARY:Three years in the making, this cinéma-vérité feature documentary from acclaimed filmmaker Joe Berlinger (Brother's Keeper, Paradise Lost, Metallica: Some Kind of Monster) is the epic story of one of the largest and most controversial environmental lawsuits on the planet. The inside story of the infamous 'Amazon Chernobyl' case, Crude is a real-life high stakes legal drama, set against a backdrop of the environmental movement, global politics, celebrity activism, human rights advocacy, the media, multinational corporate power, and rapidly-disappearing indigenous cultures. Presenting a complex situation from multiple viewpoints, the film subverts the conventions of advocacy filmmaking, exploring a complicated situation from all angles while bringing an important story of environmental peril and human suffering into focus. CRITICS ARE CALLING CRUDE...:'Thorough and impassioned': intelligently and artfully made.'- A.O. Scott, The New York Times'A fascinating case study of real world political action.'- Kenneth Turan, The Los Angeles Times'A powerhouse of a documentary! This one means to shake you. And in Berlinger's hands, it does.'-Peter Travers, Rolling StoneAn amazing, sobering, heartbreaking film.'- Howard Zinn, Author, A People's History of the United States'A piece of magic ': Crude is absolutely the most powerful, emotion-provoking, heart-wrenching, best documentary I have ever seen.'- John Perkins, Author, Confessions of an Economic Hit ManCRUDE IS STIRRING UP SOME SERIOUS OSCAR BUZZ...:'I would have sworn that The Cove had the Oscar sewn up for best documentary this year. But Joe Berlinger's Crude, which opens next Wednesday (9.9.09), will be in the thick of the Oscar fight.'-Marshall Fine, The Huffington Post'Crude should be on the short list for Academy Award consideration now that the word is spreading.'- Roger Friedman, The Hollywood Reporter
Hannah Crum is The Kombucha Mamma, founder of Kombucha Kamp, the most visited website in the world for Kombucha information, recipes and advice. Along with partner Alex LaGory, Hannah is also an industry journalist & Master Brewer, mentor to thousands of new and experienced Kombucha brewers and providing consulting services to Kombucha start-ups since 2004. She has truly lived up to her title as The Kombucha Mamma by shipping freshly grown, full-size Kombucha starter cultures to more than 10,000 people worldwide and offers kits and Continuous Brew Packages, the ultimate in convenient homebrewed Kombucha, via her webstore:http://store.kombuchakamp.com/. Kombucha is incredibly easy to make and a lifetime supply can be made from one fresh, healthy culture. Get a Free “Do-It-Yourself” Kombucha Guide with brewing, bottling & flavoring tips by visiting: http://www.kombuchakamp.com/kombucha-recipe. Don’t forget the Kombucha Kamp motto: Trust Your Gut!
Cris Cruz is a Bayfriendly qualified landscape and garden consultant based in Oakland, CA. She's worked with the Dig Cooperative on several pilot, youthoriented, green job projects in East Oakland, including Best of the Bay winner, East Oakland Boxing Association (EOBA). Here, with Dig Cooperative, she developed a plant palette that created a foundation for EOBA's current status as a Certified Wildlife Habitat. Cruz strives to incorporate opportunities for native plants, information exchange, wildlife habitat, physical activity, soil food web building, recycling/reuse, and biodiversity in all of her projects. Cruz has a bachelor of science in landscape architecture from UC Davis, where she focused on community development, restoration design, and urban planning.
CSR Wire Featured
CSRwire is the leading global source of corporate social responsibility (CSR) and sustainability news. Founded in 1999 to advance the movement towards a more economically-just and environmentally-sustainable society and away from single bottom line capitalism, CSRwire has paved the way for new standards of corporate citizenship, earning the international respect of thought leaders, business leaders, academics, philanthropists, activists and the media community. Through innovative techniques and strategic partnerships, CSRwire continues to expand its content, communication technology and distribution channels exponentially.
Kay Cuajunco is an organizer and popular educator passionate about building a more inclusive and intergenerational movement bridging food justice and farmworker justice. Last summer she rode with Live Real on the Food and Freedom Rides filming interviews with farmers, workers, and communities to investigate how people on the frontlines of the industrial food system are surviving its dark side and thriving in the light of their own alternatives. Currently she sits on the advisory board of Bay Localize, where she helped promote urban agriculture in Oakland, and serves on the national steering committee of the Student/Farmworker Alliance that organizes in solidarity with the Coalition of Immokalee Workers to demand fair wages and working conditions for farmworkers harvesting the bulk of U.S. tomatoes in Florida. As a granddaughter of Filipino farmers, she is deeply committed to honoring the land and all life.
Marco Antonio Cuba was born in La Paz, Bolivia, he grew up and studied at the same city. He received a BA in Systems Engineering and BA in Economics and Finance from the Universidad Mayor de San Andres. During his career he did many courses in Foreign Trade and gained extensive experience in handling the Balanced Scorecard, Electronic Commerce and he is an expert in Administrative Processes, providing to the businesses where he worked greater efficiency and productivity. The unfair distribution of wealth and social inequality in Bolivia, sparked his interest to participate in the National Development Plan to Live Well carried out by the government of Evo Morales in his country and after contributing with projects of social and economical improvement, currently provides to all his professional capacity as Consul General of the Plurinational State of Bolivia in the United States.
One of a kind sustainable luxury
CUBS (Cool Usable Bags Sustainable) is a trendsetting company located in Boulder, Colorado. We create stylish one-of-a-kind sustainable bags and accessories at prices well below our competition. The secret? Remaindered designer materials. With Western ingenuity, we source leathers, silks, wool and linen from ecologically-inclined merchants, warehouses and suppliers who donate bolt ends, remnants, and swatches in the interest of clearing space and sparing the landfills. These are then reconfigured into chic bags and accessories by Americans earning a reasonable wage.
- Seeds of Change
Jen Cullerton Johnson's nonfiction children's book Seeds of Change demonstrates the connection between people and nature. A frank and inspiring invitation into the life and work of Wangai Maathai, Noble Peace Prize Winner and founder of the Greenbelt Movement. For each book bought Jen gives a percentage to help the environment. For each school visit, or workshop, participants plant one tree in solidarity of saving the earth.
Jen Cullerton Johnson has published fiction and creative nonfiction in literary journals and magazines. She has led writing workshops for high school students, elementary children, and continuing education students where she provides a positive and productive workshop environment where respect and craft coincide. She holds a MFA in NonFiction, a MEd in Curriculum and Development and is Illinois certified.
In addition to workshops and writer visits, Jen has published in various literary journals and magazines. She has won numerous awards and grants for her work, including an Illinois Arts Council Fellowship Award.
Through her work in the schools, Jen helps to plan and create Literacy Festivals, apply for grants, and facilitate teacher inservices.
Jen is a founding member of MuseWrite a literary arts organization based in Chicago, and a board member of Switchback Books, a feminist poetry press. She lives and teaches in Chicago, Illinois.
The world's leader in water treatment technology
At Culligan, we understand how important water is to you, your family, and your home. Which is why when you trust Culligan with your water needs, we promise to deliver one thing: better water, pure and simple. And as the world's leader in water treatment technology, we've been fulfilling that promise for over 70 years.
Culman is a USGBCcertified architect providing integrated design, planning and facilitation for green and sustainable projects through his firm, Solutions. He is also a founding member of the Business Council on Climate Change and board member for the Global Citizen Center.
Anna and her husband Marcus Eriksen co-founded the 5 Gyres Institute, researching and communicating plastic marine pollution in the world’s oceans. After documenting plastic pollution in all 5 oceanic gyres, they are focused on engaging the public in solutions to plastic waste. Anna has over 14 years of experience with environmental non-profits, working in marine conservation, coastal watershed management and sustainability education. She received her Masters in International Environmental Policy from the Monterey Institute of International Studies.
Finn Cunningham is an artist, writer, gardener and early childhood educator. She has taught workshops through the Institute of Urban Homesteading, led youth in educational farm activities at Pie Ranch and was Garden Educator at Growing Home Community Garden. Finn is also co-founder of Source Press, a collective dedicated to dispensing inspiration, information and resources outside of institutional frameworks and consumer relationships. Finn is currently on the team of the Free Farm, an all volunteer-run, urban farm founded in January 2010 on a 1/3 acre lot on the corner of Gough and Eddy Streets in San Francisco. Since harvesting began, more than 2,000 lbs of food have been harvested at the Free Farm and distributed for free to neighbors, volunteers and other community projects. In addition to growing organic produce, the Free Farm also offers free workshops, gives away seedlings and gardening supplies and hosts community, school and religious groups.
Vince has a degree in Environmental Design from the University of Colorado in Boulder. (Thats at least 3 green points)
After graduating from C.U. he worked in the engineering and land planning field before striking out to perform comedy fulltime. He worked as a standup comedian, improv artist and actor for 25 years, from Florida to Alaska and three tours overseas for U.S. troops.
Vince found his professional and philosophical home with Pedros Planet, a greenoriented office supplier that provides free recycling services and can turn any office into a green office...and he still works as a comedian and an activist.
Celia Curtis is the Manager of Public Programs at Denver Botanic Gardens. She is also an avid gardener and urban homesteader with a busy kitchen garden, a chicken coop and dreams of adding goats, a solar greenhouse and more someday. She keeps chickens for eggs, entertainment, and to help with weeding and pest control in her garden.
Cyril is the founder and executive director of the Center for Media Justice in Oakland, CA, a national media strategy and action center building a powerful grassroots movement for racial and economic justice through media change. Key projects include the Media Justice MovementBuilding Initiative, the Justice Communications Initiative, as well as training and tools to help grassroots organizers and leaders become better strategic storytellers and media activists.
Cyrils history as a media and movement strategist is informed by her organizing and communications work at We Interrupt This Message and the Applied Research Center, the Community Organizing Team, Youth Together, and the Youth Force Coalition in the SF Bay Area.
As a queer, working class AfricanAmerican, Caribbean born and raised in Brooklyn, NY, Cyrils belief in media change as a core strategy for social justice is based in her experience as the daughter of a black panther mom. Cyril states, I watched how news coverage helped destroy a movement, and I believe in the power of strategic stories to help raise it again.
Cyril has authored numerous articles on movement building, political organizing, strategic communications and media policy change, and creative works in anthologies such as Aloud, Afrekete and In the Tradition. As an artist, organizer and communications strategist, she hopes her leadership and commitment to struggle speaks beautifully and humbly for itself.