A gentle reminder for green entertainment enthusiasts: put a post-it on your TV, set your TiVo or call a friend with cable, because Sundance Channel's The Green is coming to a television near you
tomorrow today, Tuesday, April 17 at 9 pm. Reflecting the current tipping point in public awareness about ecological issues and the trend toward environmentally sustainable approaches to modern living, the block of programming is a television first and promises groundbreaking programming about green living and working in a wide range of industries, from the original series, "Big Ideas for a Small Planet," to documentary television premieres and to ECOISTS and ECOBIZ (bite-size profiles on eco-conscious celebrities & entrepreneurs). For a free sneak peak, you can get a free download the first episode of "Big Ideas for a Small Planet" on iTunes until the show airs tomorrow tonight. Visit The Green minisite to learn more about what you can watch every Tuesday, and read TreeHugger's Sundance Channel blog for daily green tidbits. Remember: Tuesday night (that's tonight!), 9 pm, Sundance Channel; we'll be watching and we hope you will, too. ::Sundance Channel's The Green minisite
Update: TreeHugger's own (and co-host of The Green) Simran Sethi will be chatting on Sundance's Second Life island each week at 10 pm EDT/7 pm SLT (Second Life Time). This week's topic (along with The Green television programming) is Fuel: How can we cut back on carbs (carbon emissions)? Take a peek at the Sundance Channel Second Life Island for more.
Update #2: Wow, Simran is everywhere this week. She'll be on Oprah this coming Friday, April 20, to chat about The Green. Tune in to Oprah's website to learn more about the show and to see when it's on in your viewing area.