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(Video) H(and)M’s First Sustainable Fashion Line! The Garden Collection

Bravo H&M!!!! It is a good start.  H&Ms first eco-friendly, flower-filled spring line, The Garden Collection. With fabric made using organic and recycled materials, The Garden Collection brings together flowy, feminine designs inspired by green gardens, sunny landscapes, and 70s hippie chic. The collection hits H&M stores March 25th. Video by FabSugar!  Thanks to Starre Vartan … Continue reading

(Video) Solar Decathlon 2009: Team Germany!

The Solar Decathlon is bolder, brighter, and more efficient than ever! 20 university teams from around the world have designed and built their ultimate solar home on the National Mall in Washington, DC. We’re taking a look at a team from each participating country. This video is about Team Germany from Technische Universität Darmstadt. They … Continue reading

(video) PBS’s Building Green Episode 3: Framing and Roofing

To read the comments about the feasibility, practicality, and actual greenness of some of the recommendations, go to the youtube building green webpage In episode three, Building Green host Kevin Contreras looks for the best, most affordable, green way to support and roof his straw bale dream home. Because Santa Barbara is in California and … Continue reading

(Video) Philippe Cousteau – Blue August: Plastic is Forever

(video) Tom Friedman Speech “The Green Revolution”, Rocky Mountain Institute Gala

(Great Video!) Organic Hero: Ken Cook, Environmental Working Group Co-Founder

Organic Heroes keynote panel 7/26/09 at Kickapoo Country Fair, La Farge, Wisc. Environmental Working Group co-founder and president Ken Cook discusses the state of organic regulations today and the fight to have regulations that work. (in 2 parts)

(video) Robert Redford Talks about Being Green: The Larry King Show

(video) Pete Seeger and Friends Help Make the Hudson River Run Clear: Part 1

I love Pete Seeger. When I was at Barnard College, I rowed for crew on the beautiful Harlem River.  We had to be careful because the back spray could cause ear infections. So, Pete Seeger’s mission to clean up this river is dear to my heart.

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