Just because Green Is Universal’s Earth Week is coming to an end, doesn’t mean you have to stop your green habits too!
NBCUniversal has created the iShop Green app which allows you to connect with other people in the “green” community. With the app, you can learn about and purchase the newest eco-friendly products out there.
In honor of Earth Day 2012, NBCUniversal’s Green Is Universal initiative is celebrating Earth Week from April 16th - April 20th.
Part of the celebration includes the One Small Act app in which you can pledge to do a simple green deed such as, “I will reduce showers to 5 minutes or less”. Each pledge will be added with your name to the Green Is Universal digital garden.
Green Living Project is a media production company focused on educating people and communities on how to live a more eco-friendly and sustainable lifestyle. One way they do so is with their biannual Student Film Project. If you’re a student and interested in learning more about this unique opportunity, click the arrow to the right!
The producers of Focus Features’ 2010 film THE AMERICAN recycled office furniture from the Abruzzo, Italy set by donating it to nearby post-earthquake communities. Learn more about the film and its uplifting relationship with Abruzzo here.
Last week we asked you:
What percentage of trips between one and three miles in the U.S. is made by car?
90% of short trips—such as those made running quick errands—are made by car. Choosing active transportation (i.e. walking, riding a bike) can help reduce our carbon footprint and improve your health.
Several NYC movie theaters, including Film Forum, are working to reduce their environmental impact by serving organic popcorn at their concession stands. It’s a positive choice for the earth and your waistline! Click the arrow to learn more.