My name is Kim Rowe and I am the Co-Creator and Producer of golivegive.com, a green volunteer travel show.
We want to show people how they can vacation green and volunteer while traveling. We shot our first episode in Los Angeles and provided viewers with a green hotel, organic restaurant, eco-friendly fashion and a volunteer option they can do in a day.
We will, from now on, be publishing our episodes right here on Green Blog for you to enjoy. You can check out the first episode below or on golivegive.com.
On April 17th we are off to Hawaii where we will be profiling Jack Johnson’s Kokua Foundation. In store for our viewers is an inside look at Jack Johnson and the Kokua Festival that he sponsors and plays at annually. We will go behind the scenes to show you all the amazing things he’s doing for Hawaii and how you can get involved in the cause. We’ll also be scouring all over the island to provide you with the best possible green hotel, restaurant, entertainment and adventure options on Oahu.
Our show hopes to integrate the ideas of ‘going green’ and ‘traveling in style’ while demonstrating that becoming more than just a consumer on vacation can be a very rewarding experience. Please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org to find out how you can get involved in the cause. I will also be updating you on amazing green vendors to check out when you travel, so stay tuned!
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