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On this week’s Hangin’ with sustainablog Hangout on Air at Google+, we’ll be discussing cool green crowdfunding projects… whether they’re ours, a friend or colleague’s, or just something we cam across and liked. Several creators of current projects will join us, as well as members of the Important Media team.
Missed the first edition of the Hangin’ with sustainablog Hangout on Air? No worries: we’ve got it recorded on video and audio for you…
Did you know that tomorrow, November 15, is America Recycles Day? That’s OK if you didn’t – this one hasn’t quite reached the status of Earth Day. But it could, as most of us almost automatically associate “environmental action” with “recycling.” Is that a good thing? Let’s discuss…
Ready for the holidays? Need some help figuring out how to keep your celebrations green, healthy… and fun? Join us on our weekly Google Plus Hangout on Air to discuss how to create enjoyable holidays that still align with your values.
Did you participate in this year’s Blog Action Day? Join us tomorrow to discuss your post at our weekly Important Ideas Hangout on Air at Google Plus.
If you missed Important Ideas #5 on environmental and energy claims in the first presidential debate, you can watch it here, or download an audio podcast.
If somebody had told me that energy and environmental policy would get the level of attention they did in last week’s presidential debate, I wouldn’t have believed them. Given the areas of focus in candidate advertisements and stump speeches, none of us had any reason to believe that the President’s spending on green jobs and energy, or Governor Romney’s support of “clean” coal and “responsible drilling” would have been front and center in the debate. So let’s discuss…
If you missed Important Ideas #4 on October Unprocessed, you can watch it here, or download an audio podcast.
Doing the October Unprocessed thing? Or think you couldn’t possibly go a whole month without processed food? Either way, join us for our weekly Important Ideas Hangout on Air tomorrow, where we’ll be discussing October Unprocessed with several of our top foodies.
If you missed Important Ideas #3 on food waste, you can watch it here, or download an audio podcast.
How do we decrease the amount of food waste we create? How can we make better use of the food that doesn’t get eaten? What opportunities are we missing along the supply chain? Sounds like good topics for a discussion… so let’s discuss.