April is Earth Month and one of the most exciting events of the year is being held in Dallas, Texas, April 26-28 -- EarthX2019! Over half a million people have attended EarthX since it began in 2011. And whether you’re an attendee, exhibitor, speaker, or participant, you will be among inspired people who care deeply about Mother Earth and are collaborating to create solutions for protecting Earth’s oceans, forests, and climate.
Island Slumber loves being part of EarthX. The event represents the same heartfelt commitment to sustaining our Earth and its resources that we believe in.
EarthXis an international nonprofit environmental organization dedicated to educating and inspiring people and organizations to take action toward a more sustainable future worldwide.
EarthxConference a series of conferences that deal with every major issue facing our environment today.
EarthxFilm a festival that uses the power of film and emerging media to raise awareness of environmental and social global issues.
EarthxEDU is initiative that provides teachers and students with resources and educational experiences for a more sustainable environment.
What started in 2011 as an outdoor event spanning five blocks in Dallas’ Arts District has grown to occupy approximately 500,000 square feet of indoor and outdoor space in Dallas’ historic Fair Park.
Mark your calendar forApril 26 - April 28, 2019, and plan to attend an event that will give you new insight, fresh inspiration, and a purposeful call to action for helping restore and sustain our planet’s most valuable natural resources: water, air, and trees.
The concept of ‘living green’ is one that Island Slumber is built on. That’s why we encourage using sustainable bamboo products instead of cotton. The many advantages of sleeping on bamboo bedding include natural hypoallergenic properties, organic wicking, microbe and toxin resistant, and luxurious softness.
Our ‘Plant a Tree’ program is our gift to you each time you make a purchase with Island Slumber. American Forests, one the most respected conservancy groups in the U.S. plants a new tree to help maintain Earth’s environmental balance.