“PAY 2 PLAY” Green Carpet Premiere & Community Discussion

“PAY 2 PLAY” Green Carpet Premiere & Community Discussion

WeVu and Green Lifestyles Network present the green carpet premiere of “PAY 2 PLAY“, a film about the corrupting influence of money in politics and what we can do to take our power back — featuring Robert Reich, Marianne Williamson, Noam Chomsky, Van Jones, John Nichols, Thom Hartmann and many others.  PAY 2 PLAY follows filmmaker John Ennis’ quest to […]

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Latin American Assimilation in the United States

Latin American Assimilation in the United States

For the past few presidential elections, border control has been a constant discussion. Regardless of the restrictions that the government implements on both legal and illegal immigrants, it seems inevitable that the country is becoming increasingly assimilated with Latin American culture. The fact is that Latin Americans are incorporating themselves into the mainstream of culture, […]

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Aromatherapy

Aromatherapy

“The way to health is to have an aromatic bath and scented massage every day.” -Hippocrates One of the most controversial discussions our nation is having today has to do with health care. It’s a main source of polarization in the country, and rightfully so as it affects everyone. It’s an exhausting conversation. The truth […]

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ICU Eyewear: Ethical Sophistication

ICU Eyewear: Ethical Sophistication

Small business owners are creating change right before our eyes. Who says we need to wait around for Jack to chop down the beanstalk in order to defy the giants? Some entrepreneurs out there have found their very own magic beans and are making a big difference. One progressive company I’d like to place in […]

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2014 Filmmaker of the Month/Year: Ed Brown

2014 Filmmaker of the Month/Year: Ed Brown

Have you ever wondered how many chemicals you come into contact with every day? Ed Brown asked himself this very question. After his healthy wife suffered two miscarriages, he set out on a quest to find the answer, documenting his journey in the film Unacceptable Levels. And the answer to the question? We are in […]

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Ethica and the Business of Green Fashion

Ethica and the Business of Green Fashion

Have you ever thought about fashion as an important aspect for reducing your carbon footprint? Considering that we all wear clothes, it’s pretty important! No matter what we buy, it’s our responsibility to ensure our money is being spent ethically. From food to clothing, we can make a difference in our economy and environment. When […]

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Ever Think of Volunteering?

Ever Think of Volunteering?

Volunteering your time is an exceptionally fun and rewarding way to give back. So often, people think giving money is the only way to help an organization. They think of volunteering as a big time commitment, and often it’s something they think only “other inspirational people” do. Guess what. You are just as inspirational and […]

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Stress and Health

Stress and Health

Stress is an everyday factor for most people. In fact, I can’t think of a stress free day since I’ve become an adult. That was 10 years ago, so that’s an enormous amount of stress!  However, I can tell you a story of a life changing experience that altered my perception on why I needed […]

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Madeline Janis: Mover and Shaker of the Year

Madeline Janis: Mover and Shaker of the Year

Green Lifestyles Network is proud to name Madeline Janis as its Mover and Shaker Personality of the Year. Ms. Janis has spent her life fighting for the rights of the powerless and needy. She has accomplished so much in such a short amount of time. While many of us can readily point out flaws in […]

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My Ecological Footprint and What We Can All Do to Lower It

My Ecological Footprint and What We Can All Do to Lower It

Hi! My name is Jovita (Ho-v-tuh) I decided to make my first blog post about myself and to come clean about how my lifestyle on Earth is far from sustainably acceptable. Becoming aware is the first step in making changes to your life. Before becoming a student at the University of California Santa Barbara (UCSB) […]

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