Wednesday, October 30, 2013

Looking for a fright this Halloween?

Dear Green Friend,

Looking for a fright this Halloween? Coca-Cola and Pepsi have skeletons in their closet that should make anyone's hair stand on end. This secret is more grisly than ghouls or goblins. It's dark. It's dirty.

That's right -- I'm talking about tar sands.

Help expose this scary, climate-killing secret ingredient and demand these brands clean up their acts by posting a special Halloween message on their Facebook pages.

Here's all you need to do:
  1. Copy this message below:

    Don't be tricked by your treat! Pepsi uses tar sands -- one of the dirtiest sources of oil on the planet -- to fuel its delivery trucks! Learn more:
  2. Post it: Click here to visit Pepsi's Facebook page and post your comment
Here's a chilling fact: The soda industry has more than 100,000 gas-guzzling vehicles, and these companies use tar sands -- one of the dirtiest sources of oil on Earth -- to fuel them. Tar sands mining destroys pristine forests, pollutes water, and damages our climate. That's why many other companies have committed to get their fuel from tar sands-free refineries, whenever possible.

             Enjoy your Halloween weekend.

Tuesday, October 29, 2013

Green Day of the Death

The Beat of Life is an altar installation presented by Green Artists International at the new office of Senator Kevin de Leon at 1808 Sunset Blvd. in Echo Park. This tradicional artwork is created by Kathleen Roman, honoring the memories of her father and brother: master drummer icon Henry Roman, and percussionist Kenny Roman.      
Life goes on like the drum beat of our hearts, and wen the sound of the drum stop, we still listen to it in the echos of our memories. No one is really gone as far as one memory prevails; and that is what Day of the Death is all about.
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Friday, October 25, 2013

 Esta semana se presenta de jueves a domingo en el REDCAT del centro de Los Angeles, la ambiciosa aventura musical multidisciplinaria de Este Mundo Clemente, un canto a la fragilidad del planeta en que vivimos. La crisis global del cambio climático sirve de marco al discurso en torno a la condescendencia del tiempo y el espacio que nos toca vivir.

Tuesday, October 15, 2013


Coming October 19-20 to the LA Mart. 1933 S. Broadway. 
Look for the Green Artists International booth # 429!
Tiffany Paige of Green With Tiffany attends the Los Angeles Green Festival. The Green Festivals are the largest sustainable events held all over the country. The Green Festivals stand for sustainable economy, ecological balance and social justice. It is a project of Green America and Global Exchange. While there were many diverse speakers, this highlights new, eco-friendly and sustainable products and ideas from companies and organizations like Label GMO's, Going Green Today, Green Menu, Konjacu, Love At First Sit, Metro World Inc., Repax, Revolve electronics, Simply Straws, Sungevity and Vevolution to help you live a greener lifestyle.
Visit and enter the code LAGREENFEST2013 to redeem a free weekend pass!

For more information:
"Zero Waste Recycle of Life"
Kathleen S.Roman
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