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Josh Dorfman's 'Lazy Environmentalist' TV Series To Hit Sundance June 16th

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dorfman_lazyOur good friend Josh Dorfman, creator of The Lazy Environmentalist empire, is getting ready to take the wraps off a brand new series for Sundance Channel’s THE GREEN. Appropriately titled The Lazy Environmentalist, the seven-part series will have Josh seeking out environmental experts in various fields (fashion, food, business, etc.) and showing them how easy it is to transition to green. From the release,

“Operating on the theory that consumers should not settle for an expensive product or innovation of inferior design simply because it is environmentally friendly, it is Josh’s mission to bring these experts ecologically -sound options that stand up to their very high standards and show them that living a green lifestyle can not only be done with little sacrifice, it can make their lives easier.”

The show will premiere on July 16th. We’ll probably be watching something else — like repeats of MASH — but if nothing else is on, we’d recommend watching ‘Lazy’. Just make sure you’ve sufficiently consumed mass quantities of your favorite liquor to make it through the whole episode. Putting the sound on mute and letting rip Dark Side Of The Moon is also advised. Or the soundtrack to Muppets Take Manhattan.

We love you, Josh. Check out our interview with the green guru here.

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