Green Living & Energy Education (GLEE) is a non-profit 501(c) 3 organization created for educating individuals, businesses and policymakers within the Florida Keys community to promote sustainable actions through waste reduction, efficient and renewable energy, and the conservation of water and land resources.


BPK WD Signed Pledge with KenBig Pine Key Winn Dixie partners with  “Got Your Bags? Florida Keys”

Big Pine Key Winn Dixie hosts first Grocery Store event on Sat Dec 20th, 10am-2pm

If this catches on with the other Winn Dixie stores throughout the Keys and other grocery chains, it has the potential to reduce millions of plastic bags in the Keys.  Read the press release for more info.

Holidays are upon us!  Do some shopping for a good cause

Doing a spot of shopping on Amazon? If so, it’s easy to donate to GLEE using Amazon Smile at no cost to the shopper! The Amazon Smile Foundation donates 0.5 percent of the amount of the goods purchased to the nonprofit chosen by the shopper. It’s the same Amazon website, no extra cost to you, just a different way to access Amazon. Please give it a try here. We appreciate all donations.

Fall 2014 Newsletter

The GLEE newsletter fall 2014 is now available.

Monroe County Recycling

Monroe County residents can check what is valid for recycling every day by visiting the Monroe County website .

Join Got Your Bags at the Key West Film Festival!

KWFF and GYB collage“Got Your Bags? Florida Keys,” a program of Florida Keys Green Living and Energy Education, in partnership with the Key West Film Festival, will be showing a free film called No Impact Man, open to the public, at the Tropic Cinema at noon Sunday, Nov. 16.

There will be a GLEE & Got Your Bags? Florida Key exhibit table at the Tropic to accompany the movie. Meet members of GLEE and the Got Your Bags? Group and pick up your free reusable shopping bag compliments of the Key West Film Festival  during this time.

Get more details here.

Florida Keys Green Living & Energy Education (GLEE)