The blog formerly known as   Fake Plastic Fish
November 9, 2007

Misc: a Challenge, a Festival, & a whole bunch of Blogs

I’m feeling kind of brain dead tonight, so this post will just be a list of cool things to check out. (Hey, if it’s good enough for Green L.A. Girl, it’s good enough for Fake Plastic Fish!)

1) The Great Plastic Challenge:

[11/28/2010 Update: The Great Plastic Challenge Site has been removed.]

2) San Francisco Green Festival:

All weekend long in San Francisco. I’ll be going today (Friday) and will report on any interesting alternatives to plastic that I find.

Show Hours
Friday – 2pm – 8pm
Saturday – 10am – 8pm
Sunday – 11am – 6pm

Venue Name and Address
San Francisco Concourse Exhibition Center
635 8th St (at Brannan St)
San Francisco, CA 94103

Giftcenter Pavillion Theater
888 Brannan Street
San Francisco, CA 94103

3) Best Green Blogs:

A listing of hundreds of blogs related to environmental issues. Can be overwhelming or inspiring. You be the judge.

That’s it for now. I’ve got a busy weekend ahead. Good night.

3 Responses to “Misc: a Challenge, a Festival, & a whole bunch of Blogs”

  1. sasha says:

    Hey now! Thanks for posting about The Great Plastic Challenge!

  2. Deb says:

    I’d volunteer to help the oil slicked birds if I wasn’t on the wrong side of the country!

    I hope you enjoy the green festival. I went to the one in DC a month or two ago (I can’t remember when it was!) but I didn’t have that much time there outside of tabling for RAN. It was really encouraging to see how packed it was. (it was my first green festival)

    I arrived here from the nablopomo randomizer (i’m blogging, but also hitting a different random nablopomo blog every day to comment on, just ’cause someone hit my blog that way and it seemed like a good idea!) and I don’t have time at the moment to read your previous posts to see if you already know about this, but…in keeping with the get rid of the plastic thing here, have you heard of bio bags? They’re trash bags, but they’re bio degradable and compostable and they are “approved by the SF Dept of the Env for their food waste program”, whatever that means! I haven’t looked into them too much, but they say no polyethylene is used in the production of the bags. Made from Kraft natural fibers and recycled materials.

    I’m not sure if that means they’re completely plastic free or not, you know? But at least for now it is what I use!

  3. har mar says:

    i think that maybe you want to volunteer with me to help clean up oil slicked animals. what say you? you in?