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The Lazy Environmentalist Ain't So Lazy After All

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Summer Rayne Oakes @ The Lazy Environmentalist Book Signing. Photo Credit: Melissa RosenbergA true environmentalist, Josh Dorfman founder of Vivavi and author of the The Lazy Environmentalist was signing books last night at Barnes & Nobel at Astor Place. Ecorazzi’s Melissa Rosenberg swung over to check it out. His book offers tips in order to become a eco-friendly consumer. The book references all industries from green hotels and architecture to travel and fashion.

Speaking of fashion, our fave eco-model Summer Rayne Oakes got her book signed, as well!

We spoke with Josh and he enjoys book signings as he is able to reach people who are not yet “green”. An audience member asked Josh if being green is just for the rich; he explained that you can be eco-friendly at every price point.

To demonstrate that it doesn’t take money to be green (in fact, it often saves you some dough), send us in your personal eco-tip (or call in to The Lazy Environmentalist!) and we’ll enter you to win Live Earth tickets! It’s almost too easy!

Post contributed by Melissa Rosenberg.

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