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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Cynthia Nixon Reuses Trashed Ziplock At Riverside Park

in People

From Sex and The City to garbage picking? Well, no — but for those not familiar with the 3Rs, Cynthia Nixon’s actions last week might have appeared a little bizarre.

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Tip Drop: Are Ads For THE GREEN Less Than?

in Film/TV

With Sundance Channel’s THE GREEN set to premiere on April 17th, the ad campaign to let people know about this great new series is in full swing around the United

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Starbucks And Global Green USA Launch Green Videogame

in Causes

Starbucks has been increasingly present lately on the green scene. In February, they gave away organic t-shirts. This month, they’ve teamed up with Global Green USA to create a “climate

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NY Update: ‘Razzi On Sirius Satellite Radio With The Lazy Environmentalist

in Events

Just a quick update from the streets of New York City (we’ll fill you in on all the good gossip later!), but Rebecca and I will be on Sirius Satellite

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GM Announces Little Baby Mini-Car Concepts :: Will America Embrace?

in Transport

Little cars are all the rage. We’ve seen George Clooney riding around in a Tango and even wrote earlier last month about the new Obvio brand hitting stateside shortly. Not

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Ecorazzi NYC Bash At The Blue Owl Wednesday Night

in Pop Culture

We’ve just confirmed a “gathering” at The Blue Owl on 196 Second Avenue here in the Big Apple on Wednesday, April 4th at 7pm. This recommendation came courtesy of Allison

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Leonardo DiCaprio Goes Polar For Vanity Fair’s Green May Issue

in People

Having had much success (and in many ways inspired other mags) with their green issue last year, Vanity Fair has decided to repeat with a eco-theme for the 2007 May

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