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Spring Awakening - Simple Solutions For Sustainable Living

Submitted by: LOHAS

Categories: Environment

Posted: Apr 19, 2005 – 12:00 AM EST

 

Apr. 19 /CSRwire/ - LOS ANGELES -- Now that spring is here, be kind to the environment and protect your health as you go about spring cleaning, home renovations and shopping. Here are tips from the organizers of LOHAS 9 Forum: Getting to the Heart of Conscious Commerce, which will take place April 25-27 in Marina del Rey, California.

GET GREEN THIS SPRING:

  • Use earth-friendly paints for walls, bamboo instead of wood to re-do floors, and environmentally-friendly products to clean your home.
  • Add solar-powered garden lights or panels for household power. Switch to lower-energy compact fluorescent lighting in the home.
  • Consider a hybrid or at least conserve gas to save money and help us decrease our dependence on fossil fuels.
  • Use organic cotton sheets and towels, which are healthier to use and better for the environment.
  • Recycle old clothes. Donate them to charity or swap with friends. Buy fashionable clothing made from recyclable, recycled or reclaimed fabrics. Designers are now using innovative, earth-friendly fabrics like bamboo jersey and Eco-Spun, made from plastic soda bottles.
  • Let your dollars speak for you. Invest in eco-friendly companies. Buy local, buy organic and buy efficiently; you don't need that two-for-one deal if you'll throw it away.
  • If you're sending flowers for Mother's Day, graduation or another occasion, send organic buds that are better for the environment and your loved ones who won't have to breathe in pesticides.

    To hear experts in health, the environment, business and media speak on the environment and sustainability, marketing and branding, building LOHAS community and more, come to the LOHAS 9 Forum: Getting to the Heart of Conscious Commerce. Daryl Hannah, Amy Smart, Mariel Hemingway, and Raquel Welch and others who live the LOHAS lifestyle will speak. LOHAS 9 will include a musical performance by Rickie Lee Jones and other surprise entertainment. The first Inspiration Film Festival will be launched in conjunction with LOHAS, showcasing spiritually uplifting work of emerging filmmakers worldwide.

    LOHAS sponsors and partners include Ford Escape Hybrid, Gaiam, Ben & Jerry's, Intel, Dell, Natural Health Magazine, Organic Bouquet, Clif Bar, Antique Drapery Rod Co., Anna Sova Luxury Organics, Wellness Water Filters, Golden Temple, Hemptown, Izze Beverage Company, Green Mountain Coffee Roasters, JASON Natural Cosmetics, Living Tree Paper Company, Utne Magazine, Co-Op America and the Environmental Media Association. Other sponsors include Under the Canopy, Experience Life Magazine, Breathe Magazine, Expansion Capital Partners, Portfolio 21, Zhena's Gypsy Tea, Organic Vintners, EV Rentals, Naked Juice, Concept Farm, GreenHome.com, and Native Energy, who is powering the LOHAS conference with wind power.

    Full-priced tickets for all three days of LOHAS 9 cost $795. A pass to the Inspiration Film Festival, including Monday's joint program and reception at LOHAS 9, costs $50 or $25 when purchased with LOHAS 9 tickets. For tickets or to learn more, visit www.lohas.com or www.inspirationfilmfestival.com or call 303-222-8263.

  • For more information, please contact:

    Lisa Elia Lisa Elia Public Relations
    Phone: +1-310-393-9547

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    LOHAS

     

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