Michael dEstries


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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.


Sienna Miller Loves Seals, Totes, And Cigarettes

in Animals

Well, we all have our faults right? Sienna Miller scores points for the “Club Sandwiches, Not Seals” hoodie and the eco-friendly tote, but loses with cigarette. Two out of three

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Andy Dick’s Environmental Bike Posse Gets Denied At Club

in People, Transport

Andy Dick has a bike posse. Yep. The controversial actor was spotted by paparazzi riding down the street on his bike with two other companions. Dick ever so casually plowed

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“Plastic Bag” Craze Inspires “I’m Not A Smug Twat” Version

in Fashion

As we reported earlier, people are dishin’ negative reviews on the latest “eco-bag” craze with good intentions apparently overshadowed by the umbrella of “I’m Not A Plastic Bag”. While not

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Madonna Chooses Live Earth Over Princess Diana Event

in Music

The UK is preparing to mark the 10th Anniversary of Princess Diana’s death with a memorial celebration at Wimbley Stadium in London this coming July –but don’t expect Madonna to

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Halle Berry Grabs Organic Garments For Future Offspring

in Lifestyle

When not fighting off evil Liquid Natural Gas Terminals (sans Catwoman outfit) or walking the spotlight with her Sawyer-esque (C’mon people, watch LOST), Halle Berry is a firm believer in

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Fall Out Boy Goes From The Streets of LA To Uganda

in Music

These guys are inspired. Not content to simply pack up and hope for the best after this past weekend’s charity event, the band Fall Out Boy is making plans to

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Warner Bros Scoops Up Leonardo DiCaprio’s 11th Hour

in People

The pieces of the puzzle are starting to fall into place for Leonardo DiCaprio’s new eco-documentary, The 11th Hour. Premiering at the Cannes Film Festival this month, the new flick

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