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Meeting at the Sheraton Gateway Los Angeles

The Guide to Green Meetings in Los Angeles

05/15/2015

Tanja Laden

From sustainable hotels and meals to recycling and public transportation, there are several steps to keep in mind when planning a green meeting in L.A. Here is a handy guide to help get you started.

LA Auto Show at Los Angeles Convention Center

Los Angeles Convention Center Green Initiatives

05/15/2015

Discover Los Angeles

Energy Conservation and Renewable Energy

  • Solar generation plants, which feed renewable energy back to the local grid
  • Energy-efficient lighting, including LED and CFL technology
  • Saving Power Energy Management System, which manages and reduces energy consumption throughout the building
  • A “cool roof” and light defusing windows, which reflect sunlight and heat away from the building
  • Upgraded exhibit hall doors, which prevent air conditioning from leaking into unused areas
  • Low NOx and CO2 emission steam boilers

100 Free Things to Do in Los Angeles

06/13/2014

Discover Los Angeles

Here it is, folks! Our list of 100 absolutely free things to do in Los Angeles, the city where arts and culture, attractions, activities, health and beauty, concerts and recreation come free of charge. Why spend anything at all when you can see so much of LA for a whopping $0.

Play, Dine and Stay Green in Santa Monica

10/17/2012

Discover Los Angeles

Santa Monica provides many eco-friendly restaurants, hotels, attractions and transportation alternatives, so you can travel guilt-free while still protecting the destination you love to visit.

100 Free Things to Do in Los Angeles: Free Activities

10/12/2012

Discover Los Angeles

Free activities here and free activities there! Wherever you look, L.A.'s got your budget covered. The first installment of 100 free things to do in Los Angeles is to get out there and do stuff. So what are you waiting for? Discover L.A. today.

Pedal Power: Bicycling in Los Angeles

09/10/2012

Discover Los Angeles

Los Angeles may be synonymous with car culture, but a steadily growing number of bicyclists are claiming their own chunk of the road and forming a vocal subculture in the process.