A long time ago when I lived in L.A. I would run a couple of 10K races a month. Along with scenic quality, we would rate the race on the design of the T-shirt giveaway.
This shirt would have rated a 10 on a scale of 10. It is a winner that I brought home from the 2008 Green Brooklyn event sponsored by the Center for the Urban Environment (CUE). It has a generic message that will not go out of style. Contact them and see if they still have shirts for sale.
All of the CUE staff and volunteers looked sharp and professional wearing these cool shirts. I regret that I didn't take pictures of them. The graphic designer for the shirt and whoever was responsible for acquiring them deserve a pat on the back for a job well done.
And yes, it was a great event on a beautiful day in downtown Brooklyn. I particularly enjoyed the panel discussion Sustainability in the Non-Profit Sector: A Leader's Forum.
All had interesting things to share and I learned a lot. I would encourage anyone to visit their websites and learn more about what they do.
The participants were Miquela Craytor, Executive Director, Sustainable South Bronx •• Michelle de la Uz, Executive Director, Fifth Avenue Committee •• Sandi Franklin, Executive Director, Center for the Urban Environment •• Pam Green, Executive Director, Weeksville Heritage Center •• Andrew Kimball, President and CEO, Brooklyn Navy Yard Development Corporation •• Chris Neidl, Outreach and Advocacy Coordinator, Solar One •• Paul Pearson, Senior VP of Visitor Experience, Brooklyn Children's Museum.