“Green Air Project” Celebrates Earth Day

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Social Change Organization "Green Air Project" celebrates at the 7th annual Central Florida Earth Day, the largest and longest-running Earth Day event in Central Florida.


Being a part of the Lake Eola Earth Day event was a wonderful experience.

Green Air Project, Inc, a Florida non-profit, attended Earth Day 2012 festivities at downtown Orlando's iconic Lake Eola. The event successfully brought awareness of Green Air's mission and goals to the a sizable segment of people of Central Florida's "Green Population." Centered on the premise of "Making a Difference Affordable," the Green Air Project was able to further its mission to reduce carbon emissions by planting trees.

Green Air has planted 220,995 trees which has removed 86,188,050 lbs of Co2 from the atmosphere. Passing the 220,000 mark was a major milestone. Green Air Chief Architect Nayte Carrick comments that, "being a part of the Lake Eola Earth Day event was a wonderful experience. We were able to connect with likeminded individuals and businesses."

"It was delightful to join together and learn about all the different sustainable initiatives that are available in Central Florida," commented Meg Weathersby, Marketing Coordinator for Green Air Project.

Green Air Project (greenairproject.org) is a dynamic non-profit 501(c)(3) social change organization that enables individuals and businesses to reduce their harsh impact on the environment cost effectively. GAP does this by providing a model of combined positive net effect that brings an economy of scale to social change.

For more information on the Green Air Project, visit http://www.greenairproject.org. You can also find GAP on Facebook and Twitter.

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