Michael dEstries

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5212 Articles

Bio

Michael has been blogging since 2005 on issues such as sustainability, renewable energy, philanthropy, and healthy living. He regularly contributes to a slew of publications, as well as consulting with companies looking to make an impact using the web and social media. He lives in Ithaca, NY with his family on an apple farm.

Articles

Russell Crowe’s ‘Noah’ is a Vegan, Animal-Loving, Environmentalist

in Entertainment, Film/TV, News, Top News, Vegan

We already knew Darren Aronofsky was planning on approaching the biblical tale of Noah’s Ark from an ecological perspective, but based on an early script review, it looks like this

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Dalai Lama: ‘It’s Best to Go Vegetarian’

in Eats, Healthy Living, News, Top News, Vegan, Vegetarian

For World Compassion Day, the Dalai Lama urged people around the world to show compassion for animals and become vegetarian.

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Is this the Iceberg that Sank Titanic?

in Entertainment, News, Pop Culture, Top News

A little over six months after the 100th Anniversary of its tragic sinking, a photo purported to show the notorious iceberg that sank the RMS Titanic is headed to auction.

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Watch: Captain Planet Destroys the Last Planeteer

in Entertainment, Film/TV, News, Top News

If you’ve never been a fan of the Planeteers from the classic cartoon “Captain Planet”, Don Cheadle has a gift for you.

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Sea Shepherd Tasked with Filming ‘Whale Wars’ Action

in Animals, Causes, Film/TV, News, Top News

The Sea Shepherd Conservation Society will film all of this year’s action against the Japanese whaling fleet for season 6 of Whale Wars.

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Captain Planet Sequel: Don Cheadle Returns (VIDEO)

in Entertainment, Featured, Film/TV, News

FunnyOrDie.com has released a follow-up to their hilarious 2011 “Captain Planet” spoof – and boy oh boy, are humans ever screwed.

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Affleck to Obama: Make the Congo a Priority

in Causes, News, People, Top News

Ben Affleck continues to use the spotlight to focus on the civil violence impacting the Congolese people.

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