For the first time in its 40-year history, the North American Association for Environmental Education (NAAEE) will be hosting its annual conference in Raleigh. The NAAEE is teaming up with the Green Living Project for this special event in order to showcase short films highlighting sustainability from recent global and domestic expeditions.

The Green Living Project film showcase aims to educate, inspire, and entertain individuals on the importance and benefits of sustainable living. The short films will showcase cutting-edge efforts in sustainable tourism, adventure travel, wildlife conservation, sustainable food, community development, and more. Most importantly, you’ll find out how you can begin to live a sustainable life.

Films this year include the adventure of travelers in Oaxaca, Mexico; how agriculture is made sustainable in the highlands of Guatemala; and exciting wildlife conservation work with the endangered black howler monkeys in Belize.

Tickets for this Oct. 15th event are $12, and a portion of every ticket goes to a film project of the audience’s choice. There will be a special Education Exchange networking session for educators, who get in free to the event with an RSVP to Don’t miss out on this great opportunity to learn the latest efforts in sustainable living, and learn how you can get involved.