TH Blog Love — Our Favourite Greens Of The Week
City Hippy: INTERVIEW: Craig Sams, founder of Green+Blacks chocolate by Al Tepper. Have you noticed all the amazing things going on at City Hippy recently? Our friend Al Tepper has gone into overdrive with some amazing posts and a succession of new writers representing different regions of the UK. This interview series with Craig Sams is particularly interesting. Al creates a great dialogue between his and Sams' green points of view.
Earth Echo: Carnival of the Green #27 by Alexandra Cousteau
"In honour of Mother's Day, we are happy to pay tribute to Mother Earth by passing along these submissions on everything from rust to Whole Foods to infertility. Mom would be so proud. Read on."
Eco-Chick: Nuclear Power is NOT the Wave of the Future by Starre Vartan
There's a new movement to shut down Indian Point Nuclear Power Plant in Westchester County, New York. Starre tells us who is getting involved in this movement and why Indian point is not economical, not safe, not secure from terrorists, and certainly not environmentally friendly. Eco Talk: PVC, the Poison Plastic
Lois Marie Gibbs, Executive Director, Center for Health, Environment and Justice tells us about the phasing-out of PVC (a major toxin found in our air and our bloodstreams). There are lots of interesting podcasts to be found on Eco Talk including shows on the Kyoto Now! Campaign and the Organic Consumers Association.
How To Save The World For Free: Tony Blair does nothing for the environment by Ian P. And now for some disappointing news on Nuclear Energy from the UK. Unfortunately Ian says he is not surprised that Tony Blair has come out and basically said he'll be ordering new nuclear power stations without waiting for his own energy review or listening to any of the arguments against.