Join us for America’s largest and longest-running sustainability and green living event. Green Festival returns to NYC this Apr. 26-27 at a NEW location - Pier 94! View the event guide.
Join green business expert Shel Horowitz at the NYC Green Festival! Get marketing expertise on how to reach three kinds of consumers and effectively share the ways your business is creating a better world. Learn how business can help alleviate hunger, poverty, war, and catastrophic climate change, and move us all towards a sustainable, healthy planet.
Under current laws, the FDA wholly fails to ensure that cosmetics are produced with safe ingredients. The FDA cannot even require cosmetics companies to conduct safety tests, or require product recalls. Help us work towards safer cosmetics.
As the climate crisis continues, now more than ever we need to ensure that Keystone XL Pipeline is not constructed. The State Department is now accepting comments on the Keystone XL pipeline and on the Final Environmental Impact Statement on the Pipeline during the official comment period that ends March 7, 2014. As a business leader your voice is crucial. Please express your disapproval of this project to the State Department- click to add your name to the business leaders’ sign-on letter today.
We need you to take action today – sign the business leaders’ statement against the Keystone XL Pipeline!
Green America's first victory of 2014: After a year of pressure from our GMO Inside Campaign, General Mills has dropped GMOs from original Cheerios!
Nominations are open for the next round of the People & Planet Awards! Is your business a leader in helping people green their homes? Apply today to win $5,000.
Online marketing trends change all the time. Conversational and content-oriented sites are rising in Google's ranks. How do you stand out online? Working with bloggers... for profit. We'll show you how in this expert webinar.
General Mills prides itself for CSR. But a new report from our GMO Inside campaign exposes General Mills as anything but a corporate leader.
Ford Motor Company will award a $5,000 grant to a local non-profit at the Los Angeles Green Festival and you have a say in who wins! Vote online now or at the show.