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Published on April 28th, 2009 | by Jeff McIntire-Strasburg


Sundance Gift Bag Giveaway: We Have a Winner

Interview with Anita Ahuja, a spokeswoman of Indian non-profit dedicated to recycling, featured in Many thanks to all of you who entered the drawing for a gift bag from the Sundance Channel! We have a winner: Bryn Miller of Tempe, Arizona will be receiving the bag full of green goodies in the mail shortly… congratulations, Bryn!

Of course, even without the cool green swag, you can still enjoy Sundance’s The Green every Tuesday night. Tonight on Eco-Trip, host David de Rothschild follows the lifecycle of a cotton t-shirt, and the documentary Addicted to Plastic makes its television debut.

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Jeff McIntire-Strasburg is the founder and editor of sustainablog. You can keep up with all of his writing at Facebook, and at

One Response to Sundance Gift Bag Giveaway: We Have a Winner

  1. EcoDennis says:

    Here in Australia you always get plastic bags at the shops. Big companies are now introducing green bags to replace the plastic which are of course better for the environment. I hope everybody picks this up and eventually will be common and accepted. People now might think: What can I do about the environment by buying a green bag?

    Let’s think about it!

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