Her bio reads like a Who Who of Green — a veritable powerhouse of living an ecofriendly, sustainable lifestyle.  Over the course of the next year, Rebekah Green (pictured below) is poised to kickoff food, clothing and shelter merchandising — all in the name of green.


I’m currently wearing a pair of shiny studs, compliments of this rising star.  They’re pretty, lightweight and well-made.  Although they glisten like diamonds, these faux rocks are part of Rebekah’s new earring collection, created from recycled gold and fair trade gemstones.  Working in partnership with designer and master craftsman, Eduardo Correa, her “ECOnomical” and “ECOluxe” lines feature elegant studs, drops, dangles, hoops, chandeliers and adorable styles for kids.

Each piece is hand-crafted, hand-set, hand-polished, and made in L.A.  Five percent of the net profits from each sale will benefit Global Green USA, Charity: Water and Heifer International.  Prices range from a very reasonable $20, (kids styles) to $35 and up, (ladies).  If you’d like a custom design, she’ll happily put her design team on it.  Purchase 3 or more pairs at once or at least one pair per month (club membership), receive 10 percent discount and free shipping on all orders.  

highlights of Rebekah Green
arg2.jpgStory goes, beginning in 1998, at the ripe young age of 21, Rebekeah Green “hand built three homes using 100 percent natural construction methods.”  A year later, she became a founding contributor in development of guidelines and materials used in today’s U.S. Green Building Council’s LEED green building certification program.  At 25, she “singlehandedly founded a multi-million dollar full service real estate development design and build firm.”  Letting no stone go unturned, at age 32, she officially formed the brand, Rebekah Green, Inc.  As it appears, everything Rebekah Green touches turns to gold, we look forward to more eco reveals.
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