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Earth Day Celebration at eon at Lindbergh

eon-sales-gallery-interior-prefered-sm.jpgMark Your Calendars! eon at Lindbergh, located in South Buckhead, is hosting an Earth Day Celebration at the Sales Gallery located at 520 Main Street in the new Lindbergh City Center off Piedmont Road. The event, which will be held Tuesday, April 22, will be a fun-filled day complete with food, prizes, and lots of guests to speak about how easy it is to incorporate a variety of green practices into our everyday lives. Developed by The Dawson Company and Lane Company, eon at Lindbergh is one of the first communities in the Buckhead area to pursue EarthCraft certification but the ‘green’ aspects don’t stop there. Residents of eon will be encouraged to take advantage of the community’s close proximity to the Lindbergh MARTA station, as well as utilize the recycling bins which will be located throughout the community. eon’s Earth Day celebration Continue reading

“That’s the night that the lights went out in Georgia”

earthhour.jpgYes, March 29, 2008 is going to be the night that the lights go out in Atlanta. The World Wildlife Fund recently announced that Atlanta has joined Earth Hour 2008 as an official supporting city. When approached with the invitation to make Atlanta the representative of the Eastern Time Zone, she jumped at the opportunity. After all it does support her recently “Sustainable Atlanta” environmental initiative. This is going to be Atlanta’s way to illustrate their concern and commitment to the environment and finding a solution to the climate change. By turning off all of the lights from 8 to 9 p.m. in Downtown, Midtown, Atlantic Station and Buckhead, Atlanta will be only one city in a global event to demonstrate their concern for the environment. San Francisco, Chicago, Phoenix, Copenhagen, Toronto, Sydney, Bangkok and Manila are among some of the cities that will going dark on March 29. So, this is a call to arms for all Atlanta citizens, show your concern for the environment and turn off your lights, it will be a rather interesting show to not be able to see the Atlanta skyline all lit up.