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'The Lazy Environmentalist' Josh Dorfman And Ecorazzi Senior Editor Team Up For NYC Event

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Around these parts, we’re HUGE fans of The Lazy Environmentalist — Sundance Channel’s hit show where Josh Dorfman meets with environmental skeptics to prove that there are innovative, cost-effective, ecologically sound alternatives that also meet high professional standards. What could be better than that?

On Friday, April 9th at 5 p.m., New York City residents will have the chance to meet Josh at the Apple Store in Soho as he and I hold an open discussion about the latest season, which premieres on April 20th.

At the event, you’ll get a sneak preview of one of the new episodes and hear what Josh has to say about how to get environmental skeptics on board with change, why failing on the show is sometimes a good thing, and how he balances entertainment and education to make a compelling show about a serious topic.

The event is totally FREE and open to all! We’ll be taping for iTunes, so readers who aren’t in NYC can check it out there at a later date.

Check out LazyEnvironmentalist.com to learn more! See ya at the event!

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