Feeling a little peckish? For our fifth episode we tempt the taste buds with a visit to the Blue Velvet Restaurant in California, where we savour their organic 'slow food' menu and eco-decor, before heading to Kansas for a Local Burger, made from
Wednesday, I posted a casting call for MTVs TRUE LIFE: I'm Stopping Global Warming, an episode highlighting "young environmentalists taking action" and "making change happen." But what does "taking action" really mean to MTV?
Believe it or not, MTV is seeking eco-activists for its award winning documentary series TRUE LIFE. The series is looking to cast young environmentalists taking on the issue of global climate change in their schools, towns, and greater communities.
There's a lot of discussion on how to get into the act not just for Earth Day but for the long environmental haul. Lloyd makes a compelling argument that each step counts and that the majority of the folks "want to listen to people who tell them how
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
Commencing this evening is the first of a series of episodes of inspiring television. Sundance Channel and Robert Redford are presenting a new weekly primetime slot dedicated entirely to the environment. The program will be adressing some of the most
As Mike just noted, Sundance Channel is gearing up for the launch of The Green, TV's first all-green block of programming, which starts next Tuesday (April 17). To celebrate, they're offering a free iTunes download of the first episode of "Big Ideas
Sundance Channel premiered The Green in Hollywood. Guess who was there: our very own Simran Sethi (who you've seen on TreeHugger TV, but who has also been on Oprah, Martha Stewart and recently in Vanity Fair), of course. She will co-host The Green with
In preparation for the debut of The GREEN presented by Robert Redford, the first block of dedicated all-green programming coming to a television near you April 17, our friends over at the Sundance Channel have launched The GREEN minisite. Designed to
March 15th's Your Green Report mentions, among others, TreeHugger and the Carvnival of the Green. There are two short interviews, one with our very own Nick Aster and one with Arcadia Maximo of The Goode Life (who recently hosted episode #69 the
[This is a guest post by Mary Beth Anderson of Banyan Productions. Those interested should hurry up because this is a little very last minute (see the deadline below). -Ed] Are you a high end designer? Are you a talented Carpenter? Are you passionate
If you aren't into "Must See TV" on Thursday nights, we have a show for you to watch (don't worry, it won't cut into Grey's Anatomy). New on the Discovery Health Channel at 8 p.m. you'll find Get Fresh with Sara Snow, a beginner's guide
Well, you know that something is on the mind of Jane and Joe Public when commercial TV stations start running a "world premiere television event" to tap into the zeitgeist. Australia's Network Ten will be rolling out their two hour 'COOL AID:
We're excited to announce that the fine folks at domino magazine will be on NBC's Today Show tomorrow morning (Thursday, February 22), trumpeting the benefits and ease of going green to Matt Lauer, Meredith Vieira, Al Roker and company. They'll be
According to a recent study by Jonathan Koomey of Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratories, the energy consumed by US servers accounts for .6% of overall US electricity consumption. If you add in the energy used to cool these systems that number
Today, Sundance Channel has announced who will be on their advisory committee for The Green, and it includes TreeHugger and our very own Simran Sethi! "With THE GREEN [launching April 17th at 9 p.m.], Sundance Channel becomes the first television network