Lisa Kalner Williams

Featured Writer

59 Articles

Bio

Lisa Kalner Williams is a lover of rock 'n' roll and founder of Sierra Tierra Marketing, a social analytics, strategy, and education company. She lives with her vegan family in the Greater Boston area.

Articles

Is Facebook Ready To Switch To Renewable Energy?

in Causes, Internet, News

Have you been following the recent Greenpeace “Unfriend Coal” campaign? Perhaps you’ve read our story on how Greenpeace has asked Facebook to stop using coal to power its massive data

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Eva Longoria Tackles Undocumented Child Labor Laws

in Events

Actress and activist Eva Longoria is making the rounds to promote “La Cosecha” (“The Harvest” in English), a documentary that sheds light on an often overlooked tragedy of global food production

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Edward Norton’s Crowdrise Stirs Up Community (And Cash) for Japan Relief

in Causes

Edward Norton is back in the picture — the charitable picture — as his fundraising website Crowdrise races to help those impacted by the earthquake and resulting tsunami in Japan.

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PETA Slams “Rango” Starring Johnny Depp For Promoting Animal Cruelty

in Animals

“Rango,” an animated spaghetti western featuring the voices of Johnny Depp and Isla Fisher, displaced Natalie Portman‘s “Black Swan” from the box office’s top slot this weekend. This tale of a chameleon who

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Ed Begley, Jr. And Greenpeace “Poke” Facebook To Stop Using Coal Energy

in Causes, Internet

Facebook had its Oscar moment last night, as “The Social Network” brought home three Academy Awards. But with the red carpets rolled away, the mighty social behemoth should consider the

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Mark Ruffalo’s Oscar Fashion To Shine Light On Fracking

in Events

On Oscar night, expect Mark Ruffalo to make a statement on the red carpet. The actor and activist plans to wear a blue water droplet pin during Sunday night’s Academy Awards

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Queen Elizabeth Seeks Green Gardener For Buckingham Palace

in People

Queen Elizabeth II has already produced one of England’s greatest eco-treasures— the royally green Prince Charles— and now she’s looking to turn the verdant gardens in Buckingham Palace into a

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