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.


Ed Begley Jr. Responds To Winning Ecorazzi Contest

in People

[Editors note: We’ve just received this grateful response from Ed through his publicist. Congrats to Ed and Rachelle!] To all of our Ecorazzi fans, Thank you so much for picking

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Kevin Nealon Becomes Celeb Ambassador For Auto Education Foundation

in Causes, People

I’ve been a big fan of Kevin Nealon since his Saturday Night Live days; and have enjoyed his character on the Showtime hit, ‘Weeds’ every chance I get to watch

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Celebrities Push Motorola [RED] With Amusing Videos

in Causes

There have been several companies joining up with U2’s Bono is an effort to promote the humanitarian campaign, [RED]. You’ve probably seen the red iPod, red Converse sneakers, red GAP

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Gore Continues To Polish Rock Star Image At Grammy Awards

in People

Al Gore appeared on stage with Queen Latifah at the 49th Annual Grammy Awards last night to announce the winner for Best Rock Album. One could poke fun at such

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What Would You Do With $40m? Harry Potter Wants A Prius!

in Transport

I know I shouldn’t be calling Daniel Radcliffe, Harry Potter, but the two are interchangeable; and until the world sees him as something else, he’s stuck with with the nagging

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Matt Damon Hosts Journey To Planet Earth On PBS

in Film/TV

A lot of celebrities recently have offered their voices to eco-documentaries. We’ve had Sean Astin talk about sea lions, Elijah Wood educate on penguins, and Joaquin Phoenix speak up against

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Diesel’s New Ad Campaign: Global Warming Is Sexy!

in Causes, Fashion

Well, here’s a new spin on climate change. Fashion company Diesel has announced a new ad campaign that warns about the detriments of global warming, but then goes on to

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