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LAist Goes Green!

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LAist stopped by the Go Green Expo today, which has been going on all weekend at the LA Convention Center in Downtown. The Go Green Expo is an opportunity for both business buyers and everyday consumers seeking eco-friendly products & services for their companies, homes, schools and children to see what kind of eco-friendly consumer goods are for sale, or will be soon, and to meet with the many exhibitors showcasing their products. LAist's News Editor Andy Sternberg sent over some pics from the convention floor to share; looks like there's some exiting stuff on the market, and many Los Angeles-based companies who can help steer us towards a greener future.

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