Archive for 'Go Green Charleston'

Local businesses, organizations, people, growers, and movements are the heart and soul of every local green scene. The Go Green Local Guide is a great place to look for local eco-friendly options (check the sidebar…down and to the right → ↓ ) Here are a few new additions: Muenda Fair Trade — Amazing fair trade […]

For a great way to keep up with the local scene, check out our Green Charleston feed over at Twitter is a great way to keep track of people and organizations you care about through small, bite-sized messages called “tweets”. If you are new to Twitter and have no idea what I’m talking about, […]

Charleston Green Fair Roundup

I’m still a little blown away by what went down yesterday at the 2008 Charleston Green Fair. I mean, 1st Annual? You would have thought it was the 10th annual. In short, it was an amazing event, and every volunteer, exhibitor, vendor, and Charleston resident should be proud. I had a great time talking to […]

From 12-6 p.m. on Sunday, September 28th, the Charleston Green Fair will descend on Marion Square. The fair is bringing together green businesses, nonprofits, and programs together from around the Lowcounty for a day of environmental awareness and education. There will be food, entertainment, and activities for the whole family. Jen and I will be […]

We love getting press for the site, but I was blown away by Skirt! Charleston‘s article on fellow Go Greener Jennifer Norman. She’s been blazing a trail for our family, and has taught me to try and live each day a little greener than the last. I love her quote: I’m certainly not the greenest […]

I recently got turned-on to a couple of green blogs (Carolina Green Sense and Charleston Moves Blog), and that got me thinking: Go Green needs a eco blog roll for the Local Guide. Blogging is a great way to reach your audience in an interactive, timely, and inexpensive way – not to mention that it’s […]

There’s nothing we like to see more than a lively discussion here on the blog. That sort of means all this technology is working, and we’re coming together as a community to achieve social change. In the past few months, the discussions have gotten longer, more detailed, and certainly more helpful. To that end, we […]

Today is Go Green Charleston’s 1st birthday! One year ago today, we launched Go Green with an abundance of energy and enthusiasm towards helping each of us make the Charleston-area a greener place. I want to personally thank each and every one of you for choosing to be a part of this experiment – the […]

Earth Day Festival Roundup

The 2008 Earth Day Festival in Park Circle was a great event, and we’d like to thank everyone for coming out and seeing us. We spoke to 463 people (I had a counter in my pocket), and I feel like our interactive waste-free booth was in perfect alignment with the event. Visitors seemed to be […]

The 2008 Charleston County Earth Day Festival is this Saturday, from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. in Park Circle, and Go Green Charleston will have a booth in the “Recycle and Litter Management” tent. We’d love it if you stopped by and said hello. This year’s festival is calling for interactive, waste-free participation. To this end, […]

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