De Smog Blog: Science meet religion. Religion meet science by Bill Miller
'A coalition of scientists and religious leaders, often at odds, have shelved their differences in pursuit of a common goal to protect the world from global warming, pollution, species extinction and other "reckless human activities."'
EcoTravelLogue: WWOOFers Weigh In by Mary Grady
'BootsnAll's Vagabonding Travel Forum has been hosting an ongoing chat about these programs for a while now. SurfingDan weighs in: "I wwoofed in Italy and LOVED the experience. It was backbreaking work to be sure, but I went to bed every night stuffed on pasta and veggies and endless amounts of wine. If you really want to work and not treat it as a holiday or free room and board situation, you'll love it. Otherwise, you stand to be disappointed I think."'One/Change: Carnival of the Green #60
Wow! The Carnival has reached it's 60th week and is still chugging along nicely! Good going green blogosphere, we look forward to many more weeks to come. This week's fairground includes those dratted eco washing balls, denim, Save The Ribble and Polar Bears.
Summer Rayne Oakes: Sustainability and style on the radio
Here is Summer Rayne's blog in which she keeps us up to date with her busy schedule. The relentless energy she devotes to making sustainable inroads into the fashion and modelling industries can be heard this week on no less than three radio shows including TreeHugger Radio!
Sustainablog: Want to Write for Green Options? by Jeff McIntire-Strasburg
Good news people - TH's own Jeff McIntire-Strasburg and Eco-Entrepreneur Shea Gunther have teamed up to create a new online eco-business. 'Our beta test at Green Options is moving right along, and we're now only seventeen days from launch. Our writing team is coming together nicely, but we've realized that we've got more room and want to bring a few more people on board.'