In an age where the environment is an ever present topic in political and commercial discourse, the call for organized, supported efforts to raise awareness is at an all time high. Green Festival has met that need for over a decade as the longest running green living and sustainability exhibition in the United States. This magnificently relevant and progressive event travels to major destinations— New York City, Los Angeles, San Francisco and Portland— every year, and it’s coming to Washington, DC this June.
Green Festival gathers the world’s leading green innovators and businesses in a communal marketplace to share new sustainable products and initiatives in an educational and encouraging environment. The breadth of these participating exhibitors reflects the scope of opportunity for people to positively impact the environment. Experts, corporations and entrepreneurs from the worlds of fashion, food, design, automotives and more make the Green Festival a one of a kind get together. Notable participants of former Green Festivals include: Numi Organic Tea, Clif Bar, Manitoba Harvest, and Ford Motor Company.
Each of these distinct companies gathers at the Green Festival with a communal devotion to exhibition’s mission and commitments. The Green Festival site explains their mission and vision as, “inspiring and empowering consumers, communities and businesses to work green, play green, and live green.” This simple goal is realized through a series of commitments highlighted by an effort to showcase cutting edge green products and services, and cultivate a marketplace where going green is pragmatic and advantageous.
This one of a kind gathering will take place at the Washington, DC Convention Center, which utilizes 2.3 million square feet of exhibition space to host some of the most influential gatherings in the world. Taking such a globally conscious effort to this magnificent space in the nation’s capital promises a meaningful and effective stay for the Green Festival in Washington, DC.
Walter E. Washington Convention Center
801 Mt Vernon Pl NW
Washington, DC 20001