Film/TV

Dunder Mifflin: As Green As They Have to Be

by Michael dEstries

Even fictional companies are not immune to the pressures of greening the workplace. NBC’s hilarious hit comedy show, The Office, is the mockumentary of a paper company called Dunder Mifflin

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Al Gore Picks Up Emmy for Current TV

by Rebecca Carter

My favorite TV station won an Emmy last night, which was received by the founders of Current TV, Joel Hyatt and eco-royalty Al Gore. The station is like watching an

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Prince Charles Creating New Eco-Documentary For US Cinema?

by Michael dEstries

Al, Leo, and now…Prince Charles? A new report from The Sunday Times reveals that the “Green Prince” is planning on developing an eco-documentary called The Harmony Project and hooking up

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Toronto Film Industry Accounces Green-Screen Alliance

by Michael dEstries

Our friends to the north aren’t waiting to take any cues from Hollywood. The city of Toronto — an increasingly popular locale to shoot and produce movies — has decided

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BBC Jumps Ship On Day-Long Climate Change Special

by Michael dEstries

The UK media giant BBC has decided to scrap plans to air Planet Relief, a television special about climate change hosted by Ricky Gervais and Jonathan Ross. The day-long event

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Did Global Warming Aid 2007 Summer Movie Box Office?

by Michael dEstries

With a record $4 billion in ticket sales, the summer of 2007 has made many in Hollywood smile from ear to ear. Just over a year ago, the reaction could

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Greenpeace Co-Founder Slams DiCaprio’s 11th Hour Anti-Forestry Message

by Michael dEstries

In a surprise critique, the co-founder of Greenpeace, Patrick Moore has lashed out at Leonardo DiCaprio’s climate change documentary The 11th Hour calling it the “latest climate-change rant” representing “another

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