Michael dEstries

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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.

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Review: Sundance Channel’s THE GREEN Delivers

in People

Guess what? It’s not boring. Far from it. After hearing that The Sundance Channel was embarking on a three hour block of green-themed programming, many wondered what would keep viewers

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Leonardo DiCaprio’s 11th Hour Film Gets A Website

in Film/TV

The DiCaprio camp quietly launched an official website for their eco-documentary, The 11th Hour, this past week. The site is lite on details (the news section features the recent Vanity

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Picture Perfect: Gyllenhaal Racks Up The Green Points

in People

It’s Jake Gyllenhaal. Wearing organic Loomstate jeans. Walking out of a Whole Foods store that support Wind Power. Talking to an activist for CALPIRG. It’s a triple shot of green.

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Alicia Silverstone Has A Groovy Green Home

in Home

As a regular here on Ecorazzi, it comes as no surprise to us that actress Alicia Silverstone lives in an eco-conscious home. In an interview with InStyle Magazine (available now),

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New Zealand TV Desires Your Big, Fat, Green Wedding

in Film/TV

Interested in getting married on the sands of St. Kilda beach in Dunedin, New Zealand? Or how about visiting Nelson and exchanging nuptials in a kayak off-shore Abel Tasman Park?

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Martin Sheen: Bush Admin Largest Obstacle To Environmental Success

in People

Not one to keep his feelings on the inside, Martin Sheen yesterday blasted the Bush Administration on their environmental record while speaking at an awards ceremony for green energy projects

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Protest Like It’s 1969! Step It Up Rallies Spread Across U.S.

in Causes

This Saturday (tomorrow!) break out your American spirit, hug some trees, dance through the streets and get ready to show the world that our country is serious about the environment.

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