This Week on THE GREEN
IT’S NOT EASY BEING GREEN: EPISODE 3
This week, Bridgette goes to a green merchandise fair and comes back with some very funny, orange, over-sized hemp trousers. Around the main house, the water wheel is being hooked up to the electric generator, this is a very important moment for the homestead and everyone is hoping it will work.
Here is a short clip that will give you a taste for some of the events this week.
ECO BIZ: GREEN MBA
Wanting to change the world, Judith Samuelson at the Aspen Institute has a unique way to achieve her objectives. Rather than being an activist and lobbying for change, Judith has chosen to train the leaders of tomorrow by helping them find a green MBA program. If more executives have knowledge of the environment when they go into their fast track careers, then Judith is banking on business being handled in a much more sustainable fashion.
ECO-DOCUMENTARY: GO FURTHER
Woody Harrelson and friends took a road trip through the west coast of America and visited colleges, organic farms and miscellaneous destinations all as a part of a general plea for people to live an organic lifestyle. The journey is well documented and full of vivacious characters with strong opinions and good debate.
Check out this video clip and make sure to catch THE GREEN this week.
ECOISTS: ED BEGLEY
Ed Begley is a soft-spoken and heartfelt advocate for green measures both in the personal and civic spheres of life. Check out this brief clip from ECOISTS and catch this segment on THE GREEN.
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