It's like the Oscars of the Environment. Some of the biggest stars of the anti-global warming movement are gathering in Toronto this weekend to warn you about climate change and why it's not too late to do something about it. Check out this line-up at the Green Living Show: Al Gore, Robert F. Kennedy Jr., David Suzuki, Jamie Kennedy, Canadian astronaut Dr. Roberta Bondar and even Hollywood's favourite former mermaid Daryl Hannah will all be here over the next few days, reminding you it can be easy being green. Gore, whose Oscar-winning movie "An Inconvenient Truth" has made him something of an environmental icon across the planet, is scheduled to deliver his momentous message Saturday morning. But if you don't have tickets, it's already too late - the show is sold out. Among those trying to ensure his vision comes true: Premier Dalton McGuinty, who introduced another kind of green Friday: a four-year, $24 million investment to make it easier for you to protect the environment. It will provide you with up to $150 towards the cost of a home energy audit, so you can improve cooling, heating and help conserve water and electricity in your home. Some of the money will also go to a place that won't be immediately apparent. It will be used to develop new technologies that are past the testing stage but can't quite find the funding to push them over the edge. "We want people to know what is possible, that we can all in fact do something," McGuinty relates. "You can save money, you can improve energy efficiency and you can save the environment at the same time." If action is more your style than talk, the show also features 350 exhibitors, displaying the latest hybrids and electric cars, Segways, bicycles, earth friendly motorcycles, a "living wall" made up entirely of plants, organic edibles, a housing 'suite' that shows you the latest technology for living green, solar panels and even canoes. Just to name a few. If you miss it, you might be green - with envy.