A very special show with Andrew Revkin—New York Times DotEarth blog writer and Pace University senior fellow for environmental understanding—in the studio doing a Green Divas myEARTH360 report. The show also includes a wonderful feature interview with Lindsay Dahl, who is the Deputy Director for Safer Chemicals, Healthy Families. She talks about the #MindTheStore campaign, what Washington is (and isn’t) doing to protect us from toxic chemicals and how we can take action against toxic chemicals. Plus… more helpful gardening advice and our next in the Green Divas / What You Can Do water conservation series.
Green Divas myEARTH360 Report
You probably know of Andrew Revkin, New York Times DotEarth blog writer and Pace University senior fellow for environmental understanding… but you may not know about Andy Revkin, songwriter, musician, bard.
We’ve admired him for his tireless work as an environmental journalist, but now we’re smitten with him for his ability to tell stories on a broader range of topics in song. He’s a charming and humble bard with a great talent for songwriting.
While in the Green Divas Studio, Andrew joined us for a special Green Divas myEARTH360 Report segment. We talked about carbon pollution, climate change, his meeting with Pope Francis, and lots more . . .listen to this great Green Divas myEARTH360 podcast . . .
Click here to watch the fun video we captured while was in the Green Diva Studio, where Andrew talks about what sustainability means to him. Plus, we get an exclusive take on his song, Liberated Carbon.
Green Divas Green Thumb
Green Diva Ali Hoffman offers an excellent and fairly low-stress “to-do” list for June from vegetables to plant to tasks to keep flowers and hedges happy. Listen to this latest Green Divas in the Garden segment and read Green Diva Ali’s full post here…
Green Divas / What You Can Do
Great statistics and tips from Jessica Arinella of What You Can Do Video Series on the Green Divas What You Can Do series on water conservation. Please fix those leaks, especially stop those toilets from running!
In case you missed part one of the water conservation series, you can listen to it now!