Jill Buck is the Founder and Executive Director of the Go Green Initiative and is also the owner of Buck Consulting. Jill lives with her family in Pleasanton, California. Full Bio
Oct 30, 13 - By: Jill Buck
Remember Hurricane Sandy, and how hard things were for people who were without energy for a long time? This video will help you consider how critical energy is in our lives, and why it so important to ensure our energy system does not fail. By the end of this video you will have a broader appreciation for all the things we use energy for, and which vital functions of society would be in jeopardy if there were an energy shortage.
Jul 19, 13 - By: Jill Buck
These days, consumers have a lot of choices when buying a car, and “green” options have never been more plentiful. This episode of Go Green Radio will help us understand the difference between EVs, Hybrids, and Eco-friendly vehicles and which option best suits our lifestyle. James Bell, auto expert and Head of Consumer Affairs for General Motors will join us to discuss the “Do’s and Don’ts of Green Car Shopping.” ...
Apr 22, 13 - By: Jill Buck
I really love my kids. Sure, they get on my nerves sometimes – they are typical #millennials…whatev. But regardless of their excessive lippy-ness, I have high hopes that they will live in peace and comfort all the days of their lives. Abundant natural resources are the foundation for my hopes for my kids, and that is why I continue to work toward the mission of the Go Green Initiative (GGI): to conserve natural resources for ...
Mar 19, 13 - By: Jill Buck
This is the story of how one mom ignited an entire campus, and inspired the teachers, students, custodians, and principal to "Go Green." Using the easy step-by-step process outlined in the Planning Guide on www.GoGreenInitiative.org, she created a "culture of conservation" on her kids' campus!
Oct 24, 12 - By: Jill Buck
By Roberta Miller, Program Manager, StopWaste.Org
Fall is the season for Halloween parties, costume parades, dances, football games and other special events at school. These events can often create a sense of community and connect teachers, parents and school staff to the students and each other. Special events can create waste. But they don’t have to, if you plan ahead! Design the event with waste-free ...