THE GREEN Meeting #3 Recap

Simran’s Avatar Shares A Big Laugh With The Crowd

Another week of THE GREEN has passed, and this time we had a pretty flawless Second Life Q&A event with Simran Sethi. There were some rather good questions about recycling, sustainable business and other lovely thoughts such as “how many times can you reuse a plastic bottle?” (before it stinks like a swamp toad). We will definitely continue this event for many more weeks, so we hope people continue to show up and learn more from Simran Sethi, as she really knows her stuff.

It was great to see so many people interested in learning about sustainable topics. In an effort to share this experience with as many people as possible, we are embedding a portion of the audio feed from the first Q&A session available we had on April 17th. The visual portion of this video will give you a feeling for what our events in Second Life look like and also of how cool our online video screen is. We are definitely proud of the video experience we can provide for our virtual users. Make sure you have the latest quicktime video player installed on your mac or pc if you are planning on logging into Second Life.

If you are looking for something to do in Second Life, make sure you check out one of our kiosks for THE GREEN. To give you a feeling for the kiosks, we put together a photo gallery called The Green Kiosk in Second Life. []

When: May 8 at 10 PM EST/7 PM PST
What: An evening starting with an environmentally themed short film and ending with 45 minutes of Q&A with one of the world’s most renowned environmental journalists: Simran Sethi
Topic: How good can you look while you are wearing Green clothes?
Where: Sundance Channel in Second Life, in the Main Screening Room

Just in case all of this is totally confusing, or you just don’t know what Second Life is, then you should stroll through the rest of our Second Life Blog. The entries towards the beginning of our Second Life blog should provide you with the answers you need to get virtual with your environmentalism.