FAB4ENT, in partnership with GreenGoingForward, is in the process of developing a sustainability educational program with a school in Clayton County, Georgia. More details soon!
KEEPING IT GreenGoingForward!
Get ready to participate in the social, economic and environmental aspects of the sustainability movement. The GGF Initiative is ready to expand its platform to the next level.
Atlanta, GA, March 20, 2014– In partnership with FAB 4 Entertainment (FAB4ENT), a collaborative of minority small business owners specializing in creative media, marketing, educational and entertainment programs, GreenGoingForward (GGF) is looking to take its message on the road with a series of “Eco Tours”. The first tour in the series is set to take place at the Atlanta University Center in August of 2014. The “GreenGoingForward – Go 4 Green Sustainability Tour” will kick off their campaign on April 23, 2014 at Atlanta Metropolitan State College with a pre-launch “GGF Eco Conference”.
“Historically, minorities in this country have had to do more with fewer resources. Therefore, they have incomparable working knowledge of sustainable practices that can guide the American public and global community back to sustainability. I started GGF as a platform to capture the sustainability efforts of minority serving institutions and confirm their viability.” ~ Lindsay Harper CEO/Founder, GreenGoingForward
The GGF Eco Conference will focus on linking environmental leadership across the community college and secondary school academic sectors. Feeling these two groups have been under represented in the sustainability movement, the members of FAB4ENT are providing a platform for networking and information sharing. GGF challenges local community leaders to join the movement and spread the word, to step up and be recognized for their efforts in promoting the benefits of sustainability for generations to come.
To learn more about the GGF initiative visit: https://greengoingforward.wordpress.com/
GGF supports and celebrates the efforts of minority communities committed to the practice and promotion of sustainability.
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