March 2013 Newsletter

As we did after Hurricane Katrina, Global Green USA is helping communities devastated by Sandy to rebuild greener, more resilient neighborhoods and schools. Help support our efforts, including our Solar for Sandy plan to provide power for schools and community centers, today.


Take Action

President Obama talked about taking action to fight the threat of climate change during his State of the Union address. Join us now in holding  him to his word during his second term. Sign our letter to the President now.


Photo Corner
As we approach our 20th anniversary, we are taking a look back and showcasing photos from the archives, adding new pics to our gallery weekly and posting to Twitter each Friday. #FlashbackFriday

Message from CEO Matt Petersen

Solar Soliloquy

Global Green USA continues to advance solar and renewable energy through catalytic projects for low-income communities. We helped bring a 120kw solar system to Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Charter School in the Lower 9th Ward in New Orleans, one of the schools we helped to green following Hurricane Katrina. I was there to participate in a panel about solar and its future in powering our world with Dr. Jeffrey Sachs, and others....Read on


As we did after Hurricane Katrina, Global Green USA is helping communities devastated by Sandy to rebuild greener, more resilient neighborhoods and schools. Help support our efforts, including our Solar for Sandy plan to provide power for schools and community centers, today.


Love for V-Day, Love for Green Schools

This Valentine's Day, we'll be dancing in the street in front of our Santa Monica office in support of V-Day's "One Billion Rising" day of action – literally dancing to demand an end to violence against women across the globe. We also created a special Valentine for you to send to schools, teachers and parents, encouraging them to enter our Green School Makeover Competition – for a chance to win $75,000. Please help us share the love!


Pre-Oscar Party Time!

Willie Nelson is performing at our annual Pre-Oscar Party February 20 at Avalon Hollywood! The event will raise funds for us to help build greener, more resilient homes, schools, and communities in areas devastated by Hurricane Sandy. Get a special rate on tickets for the event: $75 (regularly $125), with discount code PreOscar75. And get all the details on the party here, which will also feature performances by LP, DJ Garth Trinidad, and Sussan Deyhim.