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Ed Begley, Jr to appear at Better Living Show


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Portland, Oregon’s EXPO Center is the place to be March 28-30, 2008. Environmental activist & Living with Ed himself is scheduled to appear on Day One to help kick off a special 3-day event focused on all things sustainable.

Event coordinators, Michael O’Loughlin and Stephanie Frisch of Blue Ocean Events, have put together an impressive roster of sponsors, exhibitors and presenters. With designated pavilions on lifestyle, recycling, home & garden, eco adventure, food & beverage, clean tech, transportation, and conservation — Energy Trust’s Better Living Show promises to be the largest show in the northwest; it’s the one you won’t want to miss.

Learn more details or how you can volunteer @ betterlivingshow.org

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Tuesday, January 8, 2008

PAZ – rugged, outback eco-style


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PAZ (pronounced paa-zh) which means “peace” in Brazilian Portugese, is a marriage of one couple’s love of travel, design, nature and animals, and their deep respect for resources and the planet.

Inspired by a trip to Brazil, Dan Fries and Melinda Damico created an eco sensitive line of hats, bags and tees by working with recycled canvas, organic cotton and faux leather (from sustainable plant matter). Very hip. PAZ donates a percentage of proceeds from each sale to Rainforest Alliance and PETA, and helps provide a sustainable source of income for the Amazonian natives, who make the “vegetable leather” without clear-cutting any land.

Great for the urban or Amazon jungle…more info @ pazapparel.com.

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Little Green Star Organic Tees for Babies


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Looking for uniquely designed yet eco-friendly clothing for your baby or younger sibling? Check out the shop @ littlegreenstar.com. They offer a cute line of baby/toddler shirts which are made from 100% organic cotton and water-based inks, so they’re safe for babies as well as the environment! The shirts are also made in a sweat-shop free environment and are well-priced. The site has an informative blog with lots of green news that you might want to check out as well.

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a mixed bag of green news


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