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Thradio368 Over a tasty reggae beat Treehugger Correspondent Simran Sethi breaks down the new US Climate Action Partnership between some of America’s biggest businesses, chats with  "Winds of Change" author Eugene Linden about President G(lobal) W(arming) Bush, and shares the criteria for getting on the Global 100 Most Sustainable Corporations. Is it on the level? LISTEN (7 min)

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Treehugger Thursday: Convenient Truths!


Speaking of Plug-In Hybrids, Treehugger Correspondent Simran Sethi reports on the 150 mpg GM Volt, the plug-in that was the jolt of last week’s Detoit Auto Show. She also checks in on Al Gore’s climate training in Tennessee, and gives you all the details of Treehugger’s video contest Convenient Truths. Find your inner auteur and crank out a 1-2 minute video about small but substantive solutions to climate change! LISTEN (8 min)

Treehugger Thursday

Treehugger Correspondent Simran Sethi tells us how many calories it takes to fuel your car, the co2 cemissions of hamburgers, and cloned food. LISTEN (6 min)

Treehugger Thursday


On the first Treehugger Thursday of 2007, Simran Sethi gets the Resolutions of several Eco Movers and Shakers, including Ideal Bite founders Heather Stephenson and Jen Boulden, model and TV media host Summer Rayne Oakes, Big Green Apple Author Ben Jervey, sustainable design guru Jill Fehrenbacher, EcoTalk’s Green Biz correspondent Joel Makower of, and Treehugger’s own Jacob Gordon. Can’t break your resolutions now, guys: Simran has you on tape. LISTEN (9 min)


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