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'Lazy Environmentalist' Season Two Premieres April 20th

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Are you ready for more ‘Lazy’?

The Sundance Channel’s award-winning Lazy Environmentalist series continues with Season Two premiering on April 2oth. Once more, Josh Dorfman will bring his laid-back green cred to people and businesses in an effort to show that embracing environmentalism doesn’t mean sacrificing the comforts of modern living.

Commented Dorfman: “I’m very excited about our second season, which I think carries the lazy environmentalist ethos into some unexpected, yet relevant, places.” He continued, “Admittedly, I prefer convenience, so the show for me has two simple goals: one is to help viewers find green solutions that are easy, attractive and actually improve their daily lives; the other is to have fun with the entire process and keep a light spirit. In other words, if you’re thinking about bringing a microwave on your camping trip – or just want to meet a person who would – this is a show for you.”

Microwave on a camping trip? WTF is wrong with people? A vacuum cleaner and Xbox 360 I can understand. But a microwave?

For more Lazy, check out the official Sundance site here.

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