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by Administrator Thursday, 22 October 2009 20:29
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Waterless Carwash Held by Green Teens in La This Weekend

Kristin Underwood, Sacramento, CA

Kids these days, what'll they think of next. Instead of loafing around and getting in trouble, several teens in Los Angeles are running their own non-profits and spending the weekends teaching people how to save the planet. This weekend, you too can get invovled and show them a little green love by supporting the Green Youth Movement (GYM) and attending their Waterless Carwash, not that's not a joke, in the Brentwood area of Los Angeles.

Image via: greenambassadors on Flickr.com

by Administrator Thursday, 22 October 2009 20:26

Waterless Carwash Held by Green Teens in La This Weekend

Kristin Underwood, Sacramento, CA

friendfeed_logoKids these days, what'll they think of next. Instead of loafing around and getting in trouble, several teens in Los Angeles are running their own non-profits and spending the weekends teaching people how to save the planet. This weekend, you too can get invovled and show them a little green love by supporting the Green Youth Movement (GYM) and attending their Waterless Carwash, not that's not a joke, in the Brentwood area of Los Angeles.

Published on: friendfeed.com

by Administrator Thursday, 22 October 2009 20:22

Waterless Carwash Held by Green Teens in La This Weekend

Kristin Underwood, Sacramento, CA

newstin_logoKids these days, what'll they think of next. Instead of loafing around and getting in trouble, several teens in Los Angeles are running their own non-profits and spending the weekends teaching people how to save the planet. This weekend, you too can get invovled and show them a little green love by supporting the Green Youth Movement (GYM) and attending their Waterless Carwash, not that's not a joke, in the Brentwood area of Los Angeles.

Published on: newstin.com

by Administrator Thursday, 22 October 2009 20:18

Waterless Carwash Held by Green Teens in La This Weekend

Kristin Underwood, Sacramento, CA

tweetmeme-logo-180x41Kids these days, what'll they think of next. Instead of loafing around and getting in trouble, several teens in Los Angeles are running their own non-profits and spending the weekends teaching people how to save the planet. This weekend, you too can get invovled and show them a little green love by supporting the Green Youth Movement (GYM) and attending their Waterless Carwash, not that's not a joke, in the Brentwood area of Los Angeles.

Published on: tweetmeme.com

by Administrator Thursday, 22 October 2009 20:10

Waterless Carwash Held by Green Teens in La This Weekend

Kristin Underwood, Sacramento, CA

regatorKids these days, what'll they think of next. Instead of loafing around and getting in trouble, several teens in Los Angeles are running their own non-profits and spending the weekends teaching people how to save the planet. This weekend, you too can get invovled and show them a little green love by supporting the Green Youth Movement (GYM) and attending their Waterless Carwash, not that's not a joke, in the Brentwood area of Los Angeles.

Published on: regator.com

by Administrator Thursday, 22 October 2009 19:26

Waterless Carwash Held by Green Teens in La This Weekend

Kristin Underwood, Sacramento, CA

newstin_logoKids these days, what'll they think of next. Instead of loafing around and getting in trouble, several teens in Los Angeles are running their own non-profits and spending the weekends teaching people how to save the planet. This weekend, you too can get invovled and show them a little green love by supporting the Green Youth Movement (GYM) and attending their Waterless Carwash, not that's not a joke, in the Brentwood area of Los Angeles.

Published on: treehugger.com

by Administrator Thursday, 22 October 2009 19:22

Green Youth Movement's Ally Maize Helps Angelenos Save The Environment, One Waterless Carwash at a Time


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LA-Based Nonprofit Green Youth Movement Partners With Eco Detail for Waterless Car Wash to Spread Awareness for Water Conservation.

Los Angeles-Long Beach, CA (1888PressRelease) October 14, 2009 - The Water Conservation Resource recently declared that California is currently facing severe water challenges. While the effects of California’s wasteful water habits are adding up, 17-year-old Ally Maize, founder of local nonprofit Green Youth Movement, believes that daily changes can make a significant impact.

Published: www.1888pressrelease.com

by Administrator Thursday, 22 October 2009 19:17

Green Youth Movement's Ally Maize Helps Angelenos Save The Environment, One Waterless Carwash at a Time

newstin_logo LA-Based Nonprofit Green Youth Movement Partners With Eco Detail for Waterless Car Wash to Spread Awareness for Water Conservation.

Los Angeles-Long Beach, CA (1888PressRelease) October 14, 2009 - The Water Conservation Resource recently declared that California is currently facing severe water challenges. While the effects of California’s wasteful water habits are adding up, 17-year-old Ally Maize, founder of local nonprofit Green Youth Movement, believes that daily changes can make a significant impact.

Published: www.altenergymag.com

by Administrator Thursday, 22 October 2009 18:46

be eek-o friendly this October 31st

newstin_logo Here’s a spooky Halloween fact: Consumers spent $1.4 billion on Halloween decorations in 2007, including everything from plastic ornaments to throw-away utensils.

As the 2nd biggest holiday for decorating after Christmas, Halloween negatively impacts the environment by generating a lot of waste. 17 year old Ally Maize, LA’s resident “green” teen and founder of local nonprofit, the Green Youth Movement, is urging communities to reduce their environmental impact this Halloween with some simple, easy-to-do tips. Here are a few things that Ally, along with the help of GreenHalloween.org, is doing to ensure every step of her Halloween preparations are “eek-o” friendly:

Published: musegreen.com

by Administrator Wednesday, 21 October 2009 07:18

Green Youth Movement plants seeds for conservation in Los Angeles

newstin_logoFrom Green Right Now Reports

As the nation celebrated Earth Day this week, teen environmentalist and Green Youth Movement founder Ally Maize led schoolmates in planting the first “sustainable garden” at The Archer School for Girls in the Brentwood neighborhood of Los Angeles.

The vegetable and herb garden was the latest project initiated by Maize, who started the Green Youth Movement after seeing former Vice President Al Gore’s Academy Award winning film An Inconvenient Truth. Maize organizes numerous events to promote the cause around Los Angeles, hoping to bring formalized green learning into junior and senior high school curricula.

Published:abc 7

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