Press Releases These are our press releases daily 1 2008-02-03T21:22:13Z Green For All and NAACP Call for Protection from Coal Pollution Washington, D.C. – The NAACP and Green For All are joining forces to demand strong protections against pollution from coal plants. Together, they’re calling on lawmakers to stand up for the EPA’s Mercury and Air Toxics Standards (MATS), which are under attack from the coal industry and Members of Congress. No publisher jnauta 2012-05-31T19:21:45Z Press Release Green for All Statement on National Science Bowl Green for All CEO Phaedra Ellis-Lamkins issued a statement regarding the annual National Science Bowl competition. No publisher maritessa 2012-04-30T20:29:12Z Press Release Atlanta’s Youth Do Their Part in Earth Day Service Event Today, Atlanta high school and college students learned the importance of environmental sustainability and their crucial role in educating communities, thanks to an Earth Day service event hosted by Green For All and Atlanta-based Let’s Retrofit A Million (LRAM). No publisher Brian Purchia 2012-04-22T03:16:33Z Press Release GREEN FOR ALL HOSTS ACADEMY FOR GREEN BUSINESSES IN NASHVILLE Green For All and the University of Phoenix hosted a workshop for Nashville small business owners and entrepreneurs centered on helping them achieve success in the rapidly growing green economy. No publisher Brian Purchia 2012-04-20T18:47:34Z Press Release Green for All Celebrates Removal of Barriers for Ex-Offenders Entering Green Workforce The Building Performance Institute has announced that it will drop requirements blocking people with criminal histories from finding work in the promising field of energy efficiency. No publisher Brian Purchia 2012-04-20T17:43:20Z Press Release THE #GREENROOM MIXTAPE DROPS TODAY WITH MUSIC FROM FRANK OCEAN, KENDRICK LAMAR, BJ THE CHICAGO KID & MORE Today, Green For All and The League of Young Voters Education Fund have released The Green Room Mixtape hosted by DJ Willie Shakes in honor of Earth Day. No publisher Brian Purchia 2012-04-19T20:23:15Z Press Release Green for All Partners with Atlanta Schools and Retrofit A Million on Day of Action for Earth Day In celebration of Earth Day, Green for All is teaming up with Woodson Elementary School and Let’s Retrofit A Million on a community service project to honor the legacy of environmental and human rights activist, Wangari Maathai. No publisher Brian Purchia 2012-04-18T21:13:22Z Press Release Green For All Announces Winners of The Dream Reborn: Who’s Next? Music Contest Oakland, CA – Today Green For All, a national organization working to build an inclusive green economy, announced that musicians Silent C and Invest have won The Dream Reborn: Who’s Next music contest. Their winning song, “7 Billion,” begins with a news reporter announcing that the population of the world has reached 7 billion as Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. delivers his famous; “I Have a Dream,” speech. No publisher Brian Purchia, [email protected], 202.253.4330 2012-03-01T16:59:03Z Press Release Green For All and Howard University Announce “Green is the New Black” a Symposium for Young African-American Adults and the Green Economy Green For All, a national organization working to build an inclusive green economy, Howard University, and Black Enterprise Magazine today announced a symposium for young adults, “Green is the New Black” on February 23rd at Howard University. The Black History Month event will honor the contributions that people of African descent have made – and continue to make in the fight for a more sustainable planet and equitable society. No publisher brian 2012-02-21T17:46:21Z Press Release Green For All Releases Four-Part “Plan To Keep America First” As the nation prepares for President Obama’s State of the Union address, Green For All, a national organization working to build an inclusive green economy today released a four-part plan highlighting a vision that would allow the United States to maintain its economic lead over the long term, while putting Americans back to work now. No publisher philip Politics 2012-01-24T14:38:46Z Press Release Green For All Launches The Dream Reborn: Who’s Next? Contest On the day we honor the memory of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., Green For All, a national organization working to build an inclusive green economy is pleased to announce a contest celebrating his vision and spirit. No publisher philip 2012-01-16T13:24:36Z Press Release Spelman College Students Honor Dr. King’s Legacy Through Service Earlier today, Spelman College students fanned out across Atlanta to pay respect to the memory of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. by honoring one of his best-known sayings: Anyone can be great – because anyone can serve. No publisher philip College Ambassador 2012-01-18T01:25:45Z Press Release Former Gavin Newsom Spokesman Joins Green For All as Communications Director Today Green For All, a national organization working to build an inclusive green economy, announced that former Gavin Newsom spokesman, Brian Purchia, is joining the organization as its Communications Director. No publisher philip 2011-12-16T17:22:33Z Press Release Investments in Water Infrastructure Create Jobs and a Healthy Environment At an event today in Edmonston, Maryland, Congresswoman Donna Edwards (MD-4) called for broad investment in our nation’s neglected water infrastructure. Joined by EPA Acting Assistant Administrator for Water Nancy Stoner and environmental organizations, Green For All and American Rivers, Rep. Edwards noted the organizations’ recent report, Water Works, which highlights how upgrading our crumbling water infrastructure could put nearly 1.9 million people back to work and add a quarter of a trillion dollars to the economy. The nation's water infrastructure is in dire need of repair - an estimated $600 billion over the next 20 years is needed to protect our water supply, public health and the environment. No publisher philip 2011-12-15T19:42:02Z Press Release Report: upgrading water systems can reduce pollution – and put nearly 1.9 million people to work MILWAUKEE – Want to create nearly 1.9 million American jobs and add $265 billion to the economy? Upgrade our water and wastewater infrastructure. That's the message of a new report released today by Green For All, in partnership with American Rivers, the Economic Policy Institute and the Pacific Institute. The Rockefeller Foundation generously provided funding for the project. No publisher Green For All 2011-10-04T16:05:04Z Press Release