Look me up at the FFEG. Speaking of which, what is the event recycling team? We need someone to organize recycling at our event. I know the hour is late, but maybe something could be done rather extemporaneously. Email me at…"
Look me up at the FFEG. Speaking of which, what is the event recycling team? We need someone to organize recycling at our event. I know the hour is late, but maybe something could be done rather extemporaneously. Email me at firstname.lastname@example.org
Thank you for becoming a member of AGI, you are most welcome here. Feel free to make it your place and invite your friends to take a look and see what they think and if they would like to join.
What are your strong points in environmental awareness or curiousities? Is there a particular arena or field we could help empower you with? AGI has a staff that is able to offer full support and assistance in environmental work and issues, community and economic development, advertising, promotions, web design, and programming. Have a question or a request. Dont hesitate.
The idea here is to support you in helping to support communities and Indiana as a whole to make the change over to more sustainable practices and equilibrium.
Besides the resource based environmental arenas of: Land, Water, Air, Energy, Policy, and Advocacy. There are many other fields that are interconnected to sustainabiity and the green paradigm including recreation, health/wellness, agriculture, building and design, community development, economic development, products, arts, and humanities and many more.
You can share your awareness and activities in any of the above through many facets this site offers and more soon to come. Chat around, friend up like minded individuals, post, blog, make groups, are just some of the ways in which you may interact and utilize this site to tool your work and passions.
We are all in this together and together we can help make things better.
Kootoss to you for participating in this great work!
No matter how snowy it is where you live, you can have a green Christmas — even though the season is rife with over-consumption. Each year in the U.S., approximately $75 billion is spent on Christmas gifts, 1.9 billion cards are sent and 20.8 million trees are cut. This year, [...]