Living it Green™ is about living life abundantly green. From the homes we live in, the transportation we choose, to the places where we work, shop, and visit.
Founded in 2006, Living It Green™ is an educational and green products company, including a series of free to the public regional and international educational events and forums.
Living It Green™ Expos are free, family-friendly events held every spring and fall at community locations across the U.S. and Canada. The Living It Green Expos feature children’s activities, entertainment and educational attractions, and typically over 75 local, regional and national exhibitors and presenters displaying and offering green, outdoor living, and sustainable and energy efficient products and services.
Always remember, you can Live Abundantly Green™.
A federal judge in Montana issued a “landmark” ruling temporarily blocking construction on the controversial Keystone XL Pipeline Thursday in a decision welcomed by environmental groups. The order came as a Canadian energy company prepared to assemble initial stages of the 1,200-mile long, cross-border project.
via Judge Blocks Keystone XL Pipeline Construction Over Environmental Concerns in a ‘Landmark’ Ruling — TIME
Netflix has persuaded everyone’s favorite naturalist, David Attenborough, to voice its forthcoming original nature documentary series, Our Planet, which is slated to put conservation squarely in the frame, not just offer glorious animal eye-candy. It’s a timely moment to focus on conservation with climate change posing existential threats to global biodiversity — unless humans act…
via David Attenborough to voice Netflix’s nature conservation series, Our Planet — TechCrunch
At the top of the Eiffel Tower on a summer’s day, there’s a perfect view of the Champ de Mars, one of France’s most popular parks. For miles across the city, trees appear to fill the streets. But the view might be deceiving, according to a new algorithm measuring urban trees…
via How Green Is Your City? In Paris, the Answer Is Not Green Enough — TIME
Embers falling on their heads, Venesa Rhodes and her husband had seconds to rush their two beloved cats into their SUV before a wildfire last summer would overtake them all. One cat got in. But the other, named Bella, bolted and disappeared as the blaze bore down. The couple had no choice but to flee…
via Months after California wildfire, pets and owners reunited — National Post
SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — She was a self-described “adrenaline junkie,” and he took “wow-worthy photos” of the couple posing at the edge of cliffs and jumping from planes that appeared on social media and a travel blog that attracted thousands of followers…
via Couple Who Fell to Their Death at Yosemite Died While Taking a Selfie, Family Says — TIME
AUSTIN, Texas — Nearly 900,000 people in Texas’ capital may have to boil their tap water for two weeks, an official said Tuesday, as authorities struggled to treat a water supply filled with silt, mud and debris after recent heavy rains and flooding.
via Austin boil-water notice could last weeks, official says — National Post
José Andrés refuses to turn his back on survivors of natural disasters. The Michelin-starred chef from Spain had opened critically acclaimed restaurants across North America, and helped to popularize “small plates” dining in the U.S. But since Andrés started mobilizing volunteers to feed people in the wake of disasters, he’s been celebrated for his humanitarian…
via ‘Everybody Has to Do More.’ How Chef José Andrés Is Serving Millions of People Displaced By Hurricanes — TIME