The Green Community week in review: The Roosevelt art gallery, 7-Eleven's first LEED building, electricity-free water heating system and more

What’s the buzz on the latest issues in the Green Community? Check out what you may have missed this last week:

Upcoming film screening and discussion about the creation of sustainable communities hosted by Code Green Community - Join Code Green Community at this upcoming event where the organization's director Eric Stewart highlights an emerging community revolving around the creation of sustainable communities.

Van Jones talks green economy and sends Glenn Beck some love at the NAACP Awards (video) - Last Friday night, Van Jones accepted the President's Award at the NAACP Image Awards, bestowed upon him for his efforts in promoting a green economy. Jones gave a moving acceptance speech about those unemployed and living in economic uncertainty, urging us to repower America in a "clean way".

Tonight: Join Repower America's "72 Hours for Clean American Power" to support clean energy legislation - Join the kick-off event today: "72 Hours for Clean American Power", to connect tens of thousands of Florida constituents to their Senators in D.C. and to local Senate offices in an attempt to show the breadth and depth of support for clean energy legislation.

USF St. Pete lectures on marine challenges ahead due to climate change (3/3-4) - Check out the annual Eminent Scholars Lecture Series: "Current Challenges in Marine Science: Ice Sheets and Sea Level; Ocean Acidification" at the College of Marine Science at USF St. Petersburg  Wednesday and Thursday afternoons, March 3rd and 4th.

InGREEDients: Should we fear what's in our food? (trailer) - With the recent influx of food documentaries and exposés, comes yet another that forces us to take a look at the gritty (and frightening) reality of what is really in our food.