Today is the most prevalent time for the environment to be actively discussed and considered on a political and commercial level around the world. The result of those conversations, ideally, should be calls for change and raised awareness. Curating this important discussion, Green Festival has spent over a decade connecting green businesses with consumers and each other. The longest running green living and sustainability exhibition in the United States, the Green Festival travels to premier destinations like New York City, Los Angeles and San Francisco every year. This June, Green Festival returns to its favorite city, Washington, DC.
Gathering the world’s leading green innovators and products in a common marketplace where exhibitors can share new sustainable initiatives and products, Green Festival creates an educational and encouraging platform for change. A wide variety of participating visitors exemplifies the wide breadth of opportunity for individuals and businesses to improve their impact on the environment. Corporations, entrepreneurs and experts from the worlds of automotives, design, food and fashion are a major part of what makes the Green Festival truly special.
Some of the most recognizable names of former festivals include: Ford Motor Company, Manitoba Harvest, Clif bar and Numi Organic Tea. These distinct brands come together at the Green Festival in an effort to reach a common goal. The Green Festival site explains their mission as, “inspiring and empowering consumers, communities and businesses to work green, play green, and live green.” This simple concept is realized through the event’s effort to showcase progressive green services and products.
This magnificent gathering is set to take place at the Washington, DC Convention Center, where 2.3 million square feet of exhibition space is used to host the largest and most well known trade shows and exhibitions that visit the city. Combining a grand effort with a grand space in the country’s most politically influential city promises a super time at the Green Festival this year.
Walter E. Washington Convention Center
801 Mt Vernon Pl NW
Washington, DC 20001