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Environmentaland's Last Weekend in L.A.

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The pop-up museum that is Environmentaland is going away after Wednesday. It's a nicely done and unique project by Global Inheritance. The interactive museum (or theme park, as they describe) has stuff like bikes that you pedal to create different kinds of energy, a design your own recycling bin area and a taste test that let's you see the difference between sustainable and regular food.

Find it at Hollywood and Highland. A $5 donation is suggested ($3 students and people who take public transportation).