No Es Basura - This Is Not Trash
Special Earth Day Environmental Leaders Reception
You are invited to join Environmental Leaders from around Los Angeles for a special reception
on Thursday April 24th in celebration of Earth Day.
This is an opportunity for several generations of environmental leaders to engage and connect.
No Es Basura
This Is Not Trash
For ninety days in 2012, environmentalist and educator Peter Gwillim Kreitler walked the same ¼ mile of Santa Monica Beach collecting flotsam and debris that floated in from the ocean, or was left at the beach. Pieces of this collected trash were taken to his home where some was meticulously cleaned, sorted, a portion discarded, much recycled, and the rest saved and catalogued.
A year and a half later fine arts photographer John Reiff Williams photographed the selected items.
The body of work is entitled No Es Basura – This is Not Trash.
Ruben Aronin (The Better World Group), Ed Begley, Lisa Boyle (Plastic Pollution Coalition), Tim Carmichael (CNGVC), Anna Cummings (5 Gyres), Marcia Hanscom (Wetlands Action Network), Dan Jacobsen (Environment California), Earl Katz (The Carbon Underground), Laurie Kaufman (Public Interest Pictures) Michael Klubock (Malibu Foundation), Larry Kopald (The Carbon Underground), Sheila Laffey (Santa Monica College), Debbie Levin (EMA), Andy Lipkis (TreePeople), Mary Luevano (Global Green), Suzanne Maxx (World Team Now), Nina Merson (Eco-Expo), Jeff Pantukhoff (Whaleman Foundation), Jonathan Parfrey (Climate Resolve), Lora O’Connor, Alexandra Paul, Matt Petersen (City of LA Chief Sustainability Officer), Lynne Plambeck (SCOPE), John Quigley (Spectral Q), Joel Reynolds (NRDC), Steve Robertson (Project Peace On Earth), Atossa Soltani (Amazon Watch), Jim Stewart (Sierra Club), Wendy Wendlandt (Public Interest Network), Dr. Erica Wohldmann (CSUN)
7:00 pm – 10:00 pm
2525 Michigan Avenue, D5
Santa Monica, CA 90404 US