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.


Golden Globes Going Green With EMA and E! Television

in Home, People

As we mentioned a few months back, the Environmental Media Association and E! Television will be hosting a Golden Green Party (sponsored by Lexus) “expected to attract environmentally-friendly Golden Globe

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Tony Blair Decides To Wait Instead Of Lead

in News

Taking a page from George W. Bush’s book, Tony Blair has revealed in an exclusive interview with Sky News, that the best policy for fighting Global Warming is to rely

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Kenny Rogers’s Land Stripping Plans Come Under Fire From Neighbors

in News

Kenny Rogers is folding in this instance. The famous country artist’s plans to renovate his home came under fire after it was revealed they included clearing large tracts of woodland.

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Angelina Jolie Slams Madonna Over Adoption Technique

in People

Check out our latest coverage of the Angelina adoption issue! March 5, 2007: Angelina Bending Rules In Adoption of Vietnamese Boy? Meow. Look out folks! Just when we thought there

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Cameron Diaz Becomes A Foot Soldier In Gore’s Army

in Causes, People

Earlier this fall, after the discussions surrounding Al Gore’s ‘An Inconvenient Truth’ began to sink in, the former VP announced that he would take a portion of the profits from

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Eco-Limos Start To Roll Stars To The Red Carpet

in Transport

When Y Fray first started her eco-limo service in late 2004, the reception wasn’t that warm. “Other limousine drivers laughed at me when I first showed up at events,” said

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Stars Come Out To Further Support GM’s Commitment To Global Warming

in People, Transport

The relentless push of the American Auto Industry to further ignore the environmental impact of its vehicles continued this weekend (in grand Hollywood style) at the 2007 Detroit Auto Show.

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