THE GREEN Meeting #6 Recap

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May 22nd, Tuesday night, there was a very stimulating GREEN meeting in Second Life. Simran Sethi discussed cars and general environmental tips for driving green.

This week also included the documentary FOREST FOR THE TREES. The doc discusses the environmental martyr Judi Barr, whom the government tried to frame as a suicide bomber when her car exploded in a rally to stop unhealthy logging practices. Eco-terrorism was a topic as well, and it created quite a stir among the local crowd.

As we always try to provide video content in our blogs, here is last week’s webisode.

How far would you go for something you believe in? This is such an important question, and Simran wants you to consider it. Simran wonders if eco-terrorism is a red-herring invented by those who oppose environmental policy change or if there is a valid concern about it. We will let you draw your own conclusions but in case you are interested in checking out some resources for environmental changes you can take part in, check out the Sundance Channel Guide to Greener Living.

Dont’ Miss It: The Next Second Life Q&A Session with Simran Sethi

When: Tuesday, May 29 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 Green is your furniture?
Where: Sundance Channel in Second Life, in the Main Screening Room

As a parting gift, here is a very adorable and short clip where Simran shows us her winning personality, and morality for that matter.