All aspects of the wedding can take on a green hue with a little planning and Indiana Living Green's new issue (http://www.IndianaLivingGreen.com) offers dozens of tips. In 'Say I Do to A Green Wedding,' ILG talks to the experts about everything associated with an environmentally friendly wedding, from transportation and invitations to the cake and flowers.
Also in the January/February 2009 issue, Jennifer Streisand's 'Wind Power Gathers Strength' gives a snapshot of Indiana's wind energy industry and a peek at a promising, sustainable future. Well-known Indianapolis environmentalist Mary Ellen Gadski allows ILG readers a glimpse at her electric bill while exploring the area utilities' 'Green Power Choices: To Pay or Not to Pay.’ Each of these topics is expected to be discussed in the 2009 Indiana General Assembly.
In 'Cool Your Jets,' ILG looks at the benefits of no-idle zones in Indiana's schoolyards, municipal parking lots and corporate loading docks. The issue also introduces 'Leader of the Green,' a profile of Hoosiers who use their leadership skills or position to improve Indiana's environment. The first column profiles Carmel Mayor Jim Brainard
On the racks Jan. 1, Indiana Living Green: A Hoosier's Guide to a Sustainable Lifestyle is available free at Marsh Supermarkets, Whole Foods, Bloomingfoods and dozens of other retailers throughout 18 central Indiana counties. ILG publishes 25,000 copies of the bimonthly magazine, which also is available by subscription.
For more information, please visit the Web site: www.IndianaLivingGreen.com