Eco Chick's Book Launch, Ecorazzi Glimpses Brad Pitt's Body Wash, The Good Fight talks Color, and More
Eco Chick: Eco Chick Guide to Life Takes Off! by Starre Vartan
"I’m thrilled to announce that the first few weeks have been crazy-successful for my book, based on this very blog right here: The Eco Chick Guide to Life: How to Be Fabulously Green. Thanks to everyone for all their support!"
Ecorazzi: First Look At Brad Pitt’s Green Body Cleanser by Michael d'Estries
"Last month’s announcement that Brad Pitt was hooking up with Kiehl’s Since 1851 on a new biodegradable body cleanser brought a ton of attention to the company and the cause. The skin and hair care manufacturer worked with the actor to develop a Cradle to Cradle Certified product made from totally environmentally conscious, biodegradable ingredients and packaged in 100% post consumer recycled bottle."Jetson Green: Six Excellent Links from Design Shizen by Preston Koerner
"Already just about a week into the launch of Design Shizen, and although it's only in beta, the submissions have been pretty dang good. Design Shizen is a community-based website that was built to find and showcase the best of green architecture, news, design, and innovation."
Neighbourhoods.org: Carnival of the Green #145 by Eric Fredericks
"How could I host a Carnival of the Green without mentioning that Friday is PARKing Day?! People around the world will be converting car parking spaces into mini-parks this Friday. Check out more information about the park I’m coordinating in Midtown Sacramento, or learn more about the event on the PARKing Day website."
The Good Fight: People of Color Don't Care About The Environment by Simran Sethi
"'People of Color Don’t Care About the Environment.' Unfortunately, you’re likely to hear this dismissive comment far too often among lawmakers and media types—and even from some environmental activists. Fortunately, it’s not true. As the Environmental Justice movement demonstrates, some of the most innovative and effective environmental activism out there is happening in predominantly low-income and minority communities."