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The Sustainable Living Roadshow

Be the Change Fall 2008 Tour, September 6—November 8, 2008, to college campuses across the U.S.

Sustainable Road Show Wonder-truck

The Sustainable Living Roadshow (SLR) is a caravan of educators and entertainers who tour the country in a fleet of renewable fuel vehicles setting up off-the-grid eco-carnivals with experiential learning villages, empowering communities to utilize sustainable living strategies for a healthier planet. The goal of the Sustainable Living Roadshow is to empower individuals and communities with bioregional solutions for sustainability, including: local power generation, community based food production, natural building, conscious consumer choices, progressive public health policies, and alternative transportation. They aim to put the party back into politics and un-pave the road to sustainability.

Elements of the Sustainable Road Show

The tour travels with several different elements. 

Tour Calendar (check their website for updates)

September 27-28, University of Tennessee, Knoxville, TN
October 4-5, University of New Orleans
October 11, Camping Festival @ The One Hundred Acre Wood, Austin, TX
October 18-19, Northern Arizona University, Flagstaff, AZ
October 20-21, Emory University, Atlanta, GA
November 1-2, UCLA, Los Angeles, CA

 


 

 

 

Hit play to watch the video about this year's tour.

 


 

Interested in having the Sustainable Roadshow come to your school?

Send the roadshow an e-mail to schedule a visit to your school.

 


 

SLR logo
The Sustainable Living Roadshow (SLR) is a coalition of educators and entertainers who tour the country in a fleet of renewable fuel vehicles to empower communities and individuals to utilize sustainable living strategies for a healthier planet.

 


 

snapshot of September 2008 Newsletter


The above resources accompany the September 2008 YES! Education Connection Newsletter

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