As you might guess, the timing of my new gig with the Sundance Channel’s blogging team wasn’t accidental… a new season of Tuesday night The Green programming is about to launch. While I’ll be really careful about letting my two blogging roles overlap, I did take Sundance up on an offer they made to us (and other bloggers) last year: we’ve got another Sundance green gift bag to give away this year! So, what’s in the bag? A copy of Josh Dorfman’s The Lazy Environmentalist on a Budget, a set of green mp3 speakers, a t-shirt, and a notebook. Of course, the bag itself is suitable for adding to your collection of reusable shopping bags. How can you win it? Simple — just sign up to receive sustainablog updates by email (the last option on the “Subscribe” menu in the near left sidebar) by Earth Day (April 22nd). Next Thursday, I’ll pull up the list of subscribers, put on a blindfold, and start madly poking at my monitor’s screen… or something like that. Of course, sustainablog post contributors aren’t eligible (sorry, guys…). 4/17/09 Please see the update at the bottom of the post. And, of course, don’t forget to tune in to The Green next Tuesday. They’ll be launching a new original series, Eco Trip with David de Rothschild, and airing the documentary film FLOW: For the Love of Water (which Wired magazine called “the scariest film” of the 2008 Sundance Film Festival).
Update: Well, it turns out that getting a list of subscribers out of Feedburner is more challenging than it once was. So… if you’re still planning to enter our drawing for a Sundance gift bag (or you already have), please forward me a copy of one of the daily sustainablog emails you receive after subscribing and confirming your registration. Forward those to sustainablog (at) gmail (dot) com. Please use “Sundance Gift Bag Giveaway” as your subject line.
Image credit: Simone Swink and the Sundance Channel