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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UNICEF, Yahoo, Hollywood Team Up To Help Children

in Causes

The power of Yahoo! Answers has gone from the environment to joining forces with UNICEF to promote the health and safety of children worldwide. Starting today until February 9th, the

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Director of ‘Who Killed The Electric Car?’ Reveals Next Project

in Transport

While at the 2007 Detroit Auto Show, Groovy Green’s Steve Balogh had the opportunity to chat with Chris Paine, the man behind ‘Who Killed The Electric Car?’. The video below

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Jesse James Fires Back On Pollution Charge

in Transport

It seems my suspicions on California’s actions are confirmed. In the debate over Jesse James’s recent fine of over $200,000 for violation of the California Clear Air Act, I recently

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Artist On Jesse James: Supporter of Natural Builders, Green Materials

in Transport

In a previous post, we pointed out how Jesse James was recently fined over $200,000 for failing to adhere to the California Clean-Air Act with the myriad of motorcycles he

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Sandra Bullock’s Husband Hit With Pollution Fine!

in People

Jesse James, the unlikely husband of environmentalist Sandra Bullock, was recently hit with a fine totaling $217,000 for emissions violations on about 50 bikes he built between 1998 and 2005.

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Celebrities, Musicians Back Global Cool’s 10-Year Campaign

in Causes

More details are arising from a report yesterday on a new campaign from the hip eco-foundation, Global Cool. According to their site, the group launched a 10-year campaign in London

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Coldplay, Scissor Sisters, DiCaprio All Back Carbon Credits Scheme

in Music

This tip is a little light on the details, but apparently rock groups Coldplay and the Scissor Sisters have lended support to a scheme backed by Leonardo DiCaprio and pushed

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