The world has been watching Colin Beavan—better known as No Impact Man—for some time. Now, his year of no-impact living at an end, he is sharing the ups and downs, the laughter and nail-biting, and all the lessons that came from what The New York Times dubbed "the year without toilet paper." No Impact Man is now a film, a book, and a nonprofit (NoImpactProject.org), and the critics are scurrying about trying to make sense of it all.
William McDonough on Cradle to Cradle, a Terrestrial Space Station, and What Went Wrong in China (Podcast) : TreeHugger
Architect and author of Cradle to Cradle talks about green products, his new buildings, and what happened in China.
Though “an organizer at heart,” Adam Werbach has become an iconoclast in environmental circles. Werbach got started young, presiding over the Sierra Club when most people his age were unpaid interns. His “death of environmentalism” speech in ’06 emitted shockwaves (which he spoke to us about in detail). But when he started working for Wal-Mart, there were accusations of desertion. He is now leading the charge at Saatchi and Saatchi S, the mega-marketing firm’s sustainability arm. According to Adam, the green bubble has popped and it’s time to meet people where they’re at. It’s time to get real.
Green Diva Meg takes a light-hearted approach to sustainable living. She hosts a weekly, one-hour radio show along with various Green Diva correspondents and Guest Green Divas from around the country. Always in the studio is the GD testosterone side-kick, Green Dude Scott. Listen to great interviews with high-profile celebrities and leaders in the green living movement, hear practical and low-stress ways to be green in style, and laugh along with GD Meg and GD Scott as they stumble along the big sustainable highway..