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Treehugger: Earth Day Hangover Edition

Thradio368Treehugger Correspondent Simran Sethi
bring us Grist Magazine’s irreverent awards for everything from the least newsworthy environmental acts to the greenest nudie model (why oh why do I work in radio?). She also takes us to the glitzy, greenish, but still somewhat ominous Shanghai Auto show, and tells us the dollar value of New York City’s trees. LISTEN (8 min)

Treehugger Radio

Thradio368Treehugger Correspondent Simran Sethi
brings us students who are taking cooking grease from the fryer to the fuel tank, the EPA from denial to the unavoidably obvious, and a Spanish island gunning for 100% renewable power. LISTEN (10 min)

Treehugger & Ed Begley Jr.

Thradio368Treehugger Correspondent Simran Sethi
chats with noted actor and green lover of life Ed Begley Jr. about mixing business (Hollywood) with pleasure (living on a clean planet), living rather than preaching the message, and learning to love the outdoors as a Boy Scout. LISTEN (9 min)

Treehugger: Parsing Gore, Praying for Rain, Saving Skiing, and “The Happening”

Thradio368Treehugger Correspondent Simran Sethi looks at allegations that An Inconvenient Truth oversold the threat of climate change, how the environment offers common ground upon which all faiths can pray, the fate all winter recreation, and finally, the new movie "The Happening", a sort of ‘two days after tomorrow’.
LISTEN (8 min)



Thradio23  Treehugger looks at the winners of this year’s Globie Awards while Warren McLaren reports from Sydney on Australia’s recent
move to ban the bulb. Also, Congress is taking seriously the idea of
passing a Renewable Porfolio Standard for the nation. Dr. Ana Unruh
Cohen of the Center for American Progress explains what this might look
like. We also speak to David Suzuki about his recent sustainability
tour of Canadian provinces.  LISTEN (9 min)


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