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  • TH Interviews Care2 Founder Randy Paynter

    July 7, 11:16 AM by Erin Courtenay in Culture

    As the founder and president of Care2, Randy Paynter is a leader in harnessing the power of online social networking to drive positive change for the environment. Randy started Care2 in 1998 and survived dotcom capriciousness to become one of the

  • TH Interview: Sheryl O'Loughlin, CEO of Clif Bar

    June 29, 2:25 PM by Kara DiCamillo in Culture

    We've written about Clif Bar on TreeHugger, not just about their products but also about different environmental initiatives the company has taken. We were thrilled when Sheryl O'Loughlin, the CEO of Clif Bar, took the time to answer all of the

  • TH Interview: Sheryl O'Loughlin, CEO of Clif Bar

    June 19, 9:16 AM by Kara DiCamillo in Culture

    Because our post on Wal-Mart going organic was so popular, while being somewhat controversial, TreeHugger is interested to hear what the smaller food companies have to say. It seems some problems with these larger companies making their own organic

  • The TH Interview: Craig Sams, Founder of Green & Black's Organic Chocolate

    June 13, 12:36 PM by Collin Dunn in Culture

    Craig Sams is the author of three books, Chairman of the Soil Association and a very passionate advocate for organic agriculture (he even grows his own organic vegetables). In 1991, he and his wife, Josephine Fairley, founded Green & Black's Organic

  • "Eco-Packaging" Finalist: Good Mornin' Earrings

    April 3, 11:50 AM by Sean Fisher in Culture

    Finalist Tiffany Threadgould didn't have to look far to find a good example of eco-packaging - she uses it herself. We have covered her company, Tiffany Tomato Designs before, but this particular product may be one of her most inventive packaging ideas.

  • The TH Interview: Tony Brown and the Ecosa Institute

    March 16, 10:50 AM by Collin Dunn in Culture

    Tony Brown is the founder and director of the Ecosa Institute, the only design program in the US devoted entirely to sustainability. The Ecosa Institute was founded in the belief that design based on nature is critical to the search for a new design

  • The TH Interview: L. Hunter Lovins, Part II

    March 2, 5:51 PM by Nick Aster in Culture

    Ed West and I are excited to bring Treehugger readers the second part of our interview with L. Hunter Lovins. In the first part of our interview, Hunter talked about work she's been doing to strengthen local economies in a sustainable manner and some

  • The TH Interview: L. Hunter Lovins

    February 21, 9:59 PM by Nick Aster in Culture

    L. Hunter Lovins is perhaps best known for her work as co-founder and CEO of Rocky Mountain Institute, an internationally recognized research center, widely celebrated for its innovative thinking in energy and resource issues. She has also co-authored

  • Organic Essential Oils: TH Interviews an Expert

    February 3, 10:10 AM by Erin Courtenay in Green Food

    Anita Boen (pictured above) is the manager and resident herbal expert at Rancho Tres Estrellas, a small organic farm that provides herbs, fruits and vegetables for the world-renown destination spa, Rancho La Puerta. The spa has a fascinating history,

  • The TH Interview: Environmental Artist Julienne Dolphin Wilding

    December 12, 7:48 AM by Petz Scholtus in Culture

    Julienne Dolphin Wilding is a British environmental artist who is as well known for her beautifully dramatic furniture as she is for her impressive sculptural installations. Her work gained recognition in the 1980s and 90s when a group of designers

  • The TH Interview: Groundswell Founders Harris Davis and Jeff Cooper

    December 6, 7:30 AM by Collin Dunn in Culture

    Harris Davis (on the right) and Jeff Cooper (left) are the founders and co-creative directors of Groundswell, a brand-new NYC-based ad agency promoting socially and environmentally responsible brands and companies. Before starting Groundswell, both

  • The TH Interview: Dr. John Todd

    November 29, 8:54 AM by Collin Dunn in Culture

    Dr. Todd is one of the pioneers in the emerging field of ecological design and engineering. He has degrees in agriculture, parasitology and tropical medicine and a doctorate in fisheries and ethology. He has received two honorary doctorates in science

  • The TH Interview: ZeroFootprint CEO Ron Dembo

    November 15, 8:23 AM by Collin Dunn in Culture

    Dr. Ron Dembo is Founder and CEO of ZeroFootprint, a Toronto, Ontario-based organization created to build a marketplace for people worldwide to engage in sustainable commerce. Before founding ZeroFootprint, Dr. Dembo was President and CEO of Algorithmics

  • The TH Interview: Oficina Nomade's Christian Ullman

    October 4, 2:00 AM by Paula Alvarado in Culture

    Argentinean and Brazilian designers Christian Ullmann and Tania De Paula run since 2000 Oficina Nomade: an office dedicated to the sustainable development of products involving crafts communities from small Brazilian towns; and promoting the recycling

  • The TH Interview: Brian Reidy of MicroPlanet

    June 16, 8:12 AM by Michael Graham Richard in Culture

    Here is an interview with Brian Reidy, CEO of MicroPlanet. I could try to explain in some detail what his company does, but Brian does that much better than I could during the interview. All I will say is that it has to do with electric voltage

  • The TH Interview: Stephane Barbeau from Vessel

    June 15, 12:09 AM by Che in Culture

    Stephane Barbeau along with Duane Smith founded Vessel in 2000 with love and determination to bring their own designs straight to the end user. Now, 5 years later, Vessel continues to foster new ideas into refined products with their philosophy in tact.

  • The TH Interview: Argentinean Architect Carlos Levinton

    May 24, 9:10 AM by TreeHugger in Culture

    The investigation group commanded by architect Carlos Levinton has been working in the research and development of sustainable models since 1986, and has created a lab that explores the employment generation by/and the development of materials. The

  • The TH Interview: Gregg Lewis, Organizer of the C2C-Home Competition

    January 20, 8:25 AM by TreeHugger in Culture

    Last Thursday and Friday, some of the biggest names in design—including William McDonough, Sarah Susanka, and Daniel Libeskind—gathered in Roanoke, Virginia to select the top entries in the C2C Home Competition, an inaugural contest based on t

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