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Global Health and Innovation Conference by Unite for Sight

Unite for Sight is a 501(c)(3) non-profit global health delivery organization that eliminates preventable blindness and it sponsors world’s leading global health and social entrepreneurship conference that attracts over 2000 participants from all over the world every year. The goal of this conference is to exchange ideas and best practices across disciplines in order to improve public health and international development on various aspects, including community development, environmental health, social entrepreneurship, refugee health, maternal and child health.

May 1st

Earth 911 Goes Back to Earth Day

Earth Day is 42 years old this year and more than a billion people will participate in one type of event or another, in honoring this largest civic observance day in the world. When Earth Day began in 1970, 20 million Americans participated and it influenced President Nixon to create the Environmental Protection Agency the same […]

April 19th

Zero Water Filter Review and Giveaway

Today is World Water Day, which is held every year on March 22nd to bring attention for clean, accessible water around the world. It is a day of advocating for sustainable resources of earth’s limited freshwater. This year’s theme is “Water and Food Safety”  and  the focus is on how much water we need to produce […]

March 22nd

Practically Green: Your Online Green Habits Planner

Practically Green is an online tool that helps you to make smart, practical, and sustainable decisions. It offers “expert advice, scientifically accurate information, and real-world, friend-to-friend recommendations for hundreds of things you can do.” Its mission is to provide you with tools and ideas that will help you to make “green living easier and enjoyable, […]

March 12th

Dr. Seuss’ The Lorax Movie and a Giveaway

From the creators of Despicable Me and the imagination of Dr. Seuss comes the 3D-CG feature Dr. Seuss’ The Lorax, an adaptation of the classic tale of a forest creature who shares the enduring power of hope. The animated adventure follows the journey of a 12-year-old as he searches for the one thing that will […]

February 24th

Georgia Lawmakers Want You to Grow Your Own Food

People of Georgia have been allowed to produce food for their own consumption in their backyard since the Civil War but recently, the local government has been hampering their effort with zoning laws and “Right to Grow” bills. But Powder Springs Republican Earl Ehrhart, who represents Cobb County in Georgia’s General Assembly, wants to change […]

February 3rd

Clorox Launches Ingredients App.

Do you wonder what chemicals are in commercial cleaning products? As you probably know, not all companies list ingredients on their bottles. You have to either check online or call them for the detailed list. But not Clorox. According to our sister site, Ecopreneurist, Clorox Company launched an app last week, that let’s you check […]

January 30th

Your Idea: In Focus on Ecopreneurist

The editorial team at Ecopreneurist is excited to introd uce a brand new sponsored feature called “Your Idea: In Focus”. This paid platform will serve as a launching pad for the best ideas in sustainable business and eco-entrepreneurship! There is plenty of good news in the eco-business world, and unfortunately we cannot cover it all. […]

January 14th

Stay Vocal: The Ultimate Eco-Friendly T-Shirt Company

Stay Vocal is not just an ordinary t-shirt company. All the t-shirts the company sells are made from “rescued” t-shirts that were going to be destroyed or thrifted t-shirts and not manufactured from raw, brand new, materials. STAY VOCAL is a Green America certified ReUse apparel company. Even their packaging is from existing materials. They use back of […]

January 7th

Be “The Inspiration” in 2012

Every year, I try to instill some impacting changes in my family. My teenagers are impressionable, as all teenagers are at this stage, and I try to  find a perfect opportunity to try to brainwash teach them what truly matters in the world, in my own way. Tools I use to inspire my family I try […]

December 30th