I talk to Think MTV's Pete Griffin on greening the Real World, what the MTV-Generation cares about, and how to sell green to an audience that isn't easily bought out.
Tune in June 11, 2008 during the 9-10p Real World, 11p-12a Real World, and
This week the US Senate will begin debate on the Lieberman-Warner Climate Security Act of 2007 and a new bill called Investing in Climate Action and Protection Act (iCAP). I gather Representative Ed Markey, Chair of the Select Committee on Energy
[This is a guest post by Summer Rayne Oakes. -Ed.] "Ring, Ring," Elizabeth Martin-Perera, a Climate Policy Specialist with the NRDC's Climate Center picks up the phone. It's an acquaintance at BP. The voice on the other end asks, "What is
Summer Rayne Oakes is an entomologist and environmental scientist by training. In 2000, she slung her hiking boots to her travel pack and embarked on a journey of cause-related modeling to push sustainability issues through fashion and media. Oakes' work