Green Living Project's 'LA Film Premiere' (3rd annual)
Green Living Project closes out 2011 with an event to remember! Join us on Thursday, December 8th in Los Angeles at Bellevarado Studios for a "Short Film Showcase and Holiday Bash" as we premiere our best sustainability stories from around the world!
Come experience the expedition team's journey and witness the latest efforts in sustainable tourism, adventure travel, wildlife conservation, community education, sustainable food and more! Learn about exciting travel destinations and discover ways YOU can get involved. Mix and mingle with your community, our event sponsors and the GLP team!
Don't miss our Holiday Bazaar! Shop local and find that perfect one-of-a-kind gift made by local designers and artisans including: Chocolati, Krochet Kids, Fhamina, Chilanthropy Candles, Autumn Rain and Chime Jewelry.
FEATURED FILMS INCLUDE:
Change Dinner (USA) **World Premiere**
Creating a long-term vision for food system change starts with dinner. In the past 30 years, our food system has left 1 billion hungry and 1 billion overweight. Filmed locally in Venice and Culver City, CA, join 30 Project founder Ellen Gustafson, singer/celebrity Michelle Branch and friends as they gather around the table for a meal and some serious inspiration as they collaborate to make global change.
Semilla Nueva (Guatemala)
A sustainable agriculture development organization, Semilla Nueva, is working to foster environmental and social stewardship in rural farming communities of Guatemala. This organization is empowering farmers and communities so they, in turn, can empower others.
Spanish Creek Rainforest Reserve (Belize)
Spanish Creek is a 2000-acre nature reserve in Belize. 75 acres of the property are dedicated to sustainability and are exclusively used to support orchards, gardens, bamboos, and palapas. Experience Spanish Creek's cutting-edge agroforestry techniques and how they work with local villages to provide jobs, nutrition, and education.
New Mexico (USA)
In 2009, New Mexico launched an EcoTourism initiative, making it the first state in the United States to dedicate funding explicitly for ecotourism; travel that is environmentally and culturally sustainable. From Taos to Santa Fe to the Pueblo communities, see how strong community-wide support has propelled New Mexico to be a pioneer and leader within the sustainable tourism sector.
Stage 22 at Bellevarado Studios (View)
2107 Bellevue Avenue
Los Angeles, CA 90026