350.org Attends PowerShift 09, DeSmog Reports on Heartland Conference, Eco-Chick Featured in Glamour, and More

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350.org: International Power Shifting (VIDEO) by Will
"Many of us are still catching up from the energy and excitement from the massive 12,000+ person PowerShift in Washington D.C. last weekend. One element of the conference that we hadn't yet highlighted was the remarkable international youth participation both in D.C."DeSmog Blog: Heartland Conference Speakers and Attendees still fighting the Cold War by Kevin Grandia
"Attending panel discussions at the Heartland Climate Change Conference in New York has me looking over my shoulder checking for the next Red Army invasion. While the context of the conference is climate change it seems that for many panel members and attendees this is less about science than it is about warding off the socialist plot that is supposedly closing in on America."

Eco-chick: Starre Vartan and Eco-chick.com Featured in Glamour’s 70th Anniversary Issue! by Starre Vartan
"I am so honored to have been invited to take part in Glamour Magazine’s 70th Anniversary issue, out this month (look for Katie Holmes on the cover of the April issue). To celebrate, they brought together 70 of the most influential women in green, including me!"

Ecorazzi: Ricky Gervais And Elmo Talk Charity, Hilarity Ensues (VIDEO) by Michael D'Estries
"Ricky Gervais recently sat down for an interview with Elmo for Sesame Street’s 40th Anniversary DVD set to be released this November. The Associated Press got a hold of some outtakes — and needless to say, they’re absolutely hilarious."

The Natural Patriot: Carnival of the Green # 170! by Emmett Duffy
"Last night I returned from a trip (with some anxiety about getting the carnival of the Green under control, I must confess), got in my truck and drove home. When I opened the door in the dusk I was greeted for the first time this year by one of my favorite sounds, that telltale music of spring, the chorus of spring peepers from the swampy sloughs and puddles in the nearby woods."

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