Six Months of Going Green

Going Green was originally started as way to answer the question, “What can the average person do to make a difference?” The environment and climate change is a massive undertaking and can often feel overwhelming, but starting with little steps has already made a difference. The biggest and most important part on this journey has…

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Free Media Coaching for Sustainable Companies

Dylan Welch, Executive Producer of Going Green, and CEO of Dylan Welch Media, LLC. will be hosting free weekly coaching classes for companies and individuals in the sustainability industry to educate individuals how to use media, video, photos, podcasts, and news articles to help educate more people. Contact Dylan directly at Dylan@DylanWelch.com to get a…

Going Green Interviews Smart Cities Week

Going Green spent a few days discussing how to build smart cities and how to create communities that are more sustainable. Ricky Zollinger, host of Going Green, had the opportunity to interview Adam Beck. Check out Adam’s thoughts on the future of sustainable cities. This segment is part of episode two of Going Green, which…

Meet Jose Antonio Avina II, Founder of Sacramento Eco Fitness

It was during my time in the Marine Corps when I first played with the idea of harnessing the human power to produce energy. I had my Marines jump on a bike to produce energy to power our lights inside of a tent when our generator went down for a prolonged period of time.

Meet Karina Mandell, CEO and Founder of Green Smart Cities

I saw that Sustainability fulfills the social enterprise buckets for me of “doing good by doing well”. To do something where you care for other people and the planet can only surely lead to positives outcomes for our humanity worldwide.

Meet Matt Unsworth, CEO of ReforestTheWeb

“My motivation was and still is to leave a legacy and to leave a better world than we have today to my future children and for my nephews and nieces. We owe it to future generations to sort the mess we are in out.”

How Media Will Shape The Future

The media industry, worth over $18 billion dollars a year, is constantly changing and evolving to fit consumer needs, with major corporations battling for marketshare. The media industry is extremely influential to the general public, as people are consuming content more than ever. When I say “media” I like to break it down into the…