Book Signing: Gay Browne – Author of Living With a Green Heart
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Date & Time
Tue, Jun 18 7:00 PM - 9:00 PM
3321 State Street Santa Barbara, CA 93105
Book Signing with Gay Browne, author of Living With a Green Heart: How to Keep Your Body, Your Home, and the Planet Healthy in a Toxic World
Tuesday, June 18th at 7:00 PM
Please join us at Chaucer’s Bookstore as we welcome environment pioneer, and local resident, Gay Browne, for a literally refreshing evening as she shares her new book entitled Living with a Green Heart.
Is the damage we’re doing to our planet literally leaving us sick, sore, and gasping for air? Want to take back our inalienable rights to clean air, clean water, and healthy food? In this quietly revolutionary book, founder of Greenopia, Gay Browne, shares a roadmap for making incremental changes that will not only transform lives, but heal the world we share.
From the home to the office, from the foods we eat to the clothes we wear, there are actions that can be taken that will improve a person’s personal environmental health, and help stop the feelings of being overwhelmed, reduce illness, improve sleep, mood, and focus.
Environmental pioneer Gay Browne is the world’s first and only personal environmental therapist and is the founder of Greenopia, a company dedicated to achieving personal and community environmental health through small and large habit and behavioral adjustments.
In 1994, even before the U.S. Green Building Council established the LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) guidelines for environmental building verification, Browne set out to create what she calls “an optimal personal environmental health space.” She began designing and constructing the first completely environmentally responsible home of its kind. Once completed, it was featured on the cover of the Los Angeles Times Home Section.
Browne travels the country speaking on environmental issues, sits on several boards, and holds various chair positions for environmental alliances, arts, and hospital foundations, and women’s and school groups. She lives in Santa Barbara, California, with her children and dogs.