What We Do

Green-Ideas is a certified mirco-LBE (Local Business Enterprise) marketing & communications firm based in San Francisco. We specialize in strategic marketing and creative advertising for sustainable behavior change, focusing on environmental and social causes. Since 2007 we have developed highly successful multilingual campaigns for governments, businesses and NGOs.

Our mission is to support cultural transformation toward an equitable and sustainable world through groundbreaking campaigns that cause systemic change. Our motto is borrowed from the words of R. Buckminster Fuller:

Our focus is on groundbreaking solutions to our most pressing environmental and economic challenges. Our aim is to build new models for sustainable business that make the existing models obsolete. This change requires a holistic approach:

Green Ideas offers consulting services in the above listed areas: Analysis, Development, and Marketing.  Working with collaborators and specialists, each phase is handled under a separate contract so that our clients can select the combination of services that meet their needs.

If you have any questions or would like to engage our services, please contact us!

“To change something, build a new model that makes the existing model obsolete.”
- R. Buckminster Fuller

Latest Blog Posts

Envisioning a Wool Mill in California

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  Why is California Throwing Away Wool? While browsing my neighborhood farmers market on a sunny September afternoon, I met Rebecca King, a sheep dairy farmer and the owner of Garden Variety Cheese. Upon seeing the word “sheep” on the cheese label, my one-track mind immediately thought “fiber!” To feed my felt obsession, I quickly inquired […]

Fabric Earth Dreamscape – A felt rug as a catalyst for change

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Catching an updraft, I glide over the ridge. Feeling the wind whisper the threat of rain, I see the glaring reflection on the river against a backdrop of thunder. The valley below tormented by brown and black streaks, twisted stretched branches with muddy fingers reaching for the sea. Trees no longer stand, the beaver dam […]