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Treehugger & Wal-Mart (2)


Last week we heard from Wal-Mart’s perspective
on the company’s green endeavors. Less packaging and fossil fuel, more
organic food and green stores, and about a billion fluorescent light
bulbs are all part of the giant’s plan. This week, Simran Sethi goes
deeper with Andy Ruben, Wal-Mart’s vice president for corporate
strategy and sustainability, to see how the mega-retailer views its
role as a company with a mission.LISTEN (8 min)

Treehugger: Step by Step

Thradio368Step by Step? Are New Kids on the Block reuniting? No, unfortunately you’ll just have to settle for an incredibly cool energy harvesting staircase. Say what? Treehugger Correspondent Simran Sethi explains. LISTEN (7 min)


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)

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 greenbiz.com, 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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