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How Well Do You Know Your Green Porno?

If you’re a fan of the Sundance Channel’s series Green Porno with Isabella Rossellini, you’re probably already aware that the acclaimed show launched its third season on Monday (with a focus on marine animals). But how well do you really know the mating habits of various animal species? In order to celebrate the new season, […]

September 18th

You Named that Schlong; We Picked a Winner

Apparently, the pine wood snake has a very distinctive schlong: no one who entered our “Name that Schlong” contest confused it with the penis of, say, a blesbok or a dragonfly, or any of the other “members” of the Grand Gallery of Penises. Well done, schlong-namers! Now, on to the important stuff… We have a […]

Can You Name that Schlong?

UPDATE: We’ve got a new Green Porno contest running… check it out. If you’ve had dreams about Isabella Rossellini wandering through a forest of enlarged animal penises (peni?), either you need to get to the shrink quickly, or you’ve been watching Sundance Channel’s Green Porno series very regularly. If the latter’s the case, let’s see […]

Sundance Gift Bag Giveaway: We Have a Winner

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 […]

Isabella Rossellini Makes Porno – Available Online

Do I have you attention? Okay, good. Now, get your mind out of the gutter and instead turn your thoughts to the sex life of insects and other creatures. Isabella Rossellini has created an eight-part short film series titled “Green Porno” in conjunction with Robert Redford’s Sundance Channel. These eight film shorts premiered back in […]

September 18th

Tonight on “The Green”: Recycling — Beyond the Blue Bin

Do you recycle? The seemingly innocuous question comes with all sorts of ethical baggage these days: for many Americans, recycling is not just an initial step into a greener life, but also an activity suffused with moral weight. While many will argue about the significance of individuals and families recycling items they might otherwise throw […]