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The Story of Cosmetics, released on July 21st, 2010, examines the pervasive use of toxic chemicals in our everyday personal care products, from lipstick to baby shampoo. Produced with Free Range Studios and hosted by Annie Leonard, the seven-minute film by The Story of Stuff Project reveals the implications for consumer and worker health and the environment, and outlines ways we can move the industry away from hazardous chemicals and towards safer alternatives. The film concludes with a call for viewers to support legislation aimed at ensuring the safety of cosmetics and personal care products.
Leadership today is a different generation and they understand the need to innovate more quickly faster. Michael talks about reducing the impact of their products on the planet - waterless and wasteless. Interviewed at the BSR 2012 Conference. He is VP of Social and Environmental Sustainability at the Levi Strauss & Company.
The second trailer for the feature length documentary Our Blue Canoe. The Voyagers continue their Journey across the Pacific, highlighting the the plight of the Pacific Ocean and spreading the message of hope.
From 60ft beneath the sea, Dr. Sylvia Earle sends a wake up call about the plight of our ocean and why mankind needs it to survive. This is Aquarius' last scheduled mission after 20 years as a research base for studying coral reefs, sea life and the health of the ocean. This is a clip from a live event recorded on July 17th, 2012.
Why do we need the ocean? It supplies us with over half the oxygen on our planet. It holds 97% of the water on earth, not to mention untold species and discoveries. Simply put, our lives depend on it. Watch this clip from a live event recorded with Her Deepness Sylvia Earle, one of the most compelling ocean advocates in the world. It's a wake up call to all of us: the ocean is our lifeline.
Melissa McGinnis is in Dana Point, California with eco expert Anthony Zolezzii who just wrapped up the Fortune Green conference. Zolessi thinks the most profound thing he has learned during the conference is that 50% of our oxygen comes from the ocean. People don't put the ocean up front like they do for rainforests, or carbon, or greenhouse gasses. People have to be really, really sensitive on how we look at water in the future.
Unreported stories of life in the developing world centers on the devastating consequences of cooking on an indoor, open fire and half the world lives this way - three billion people. Indoor air pollution kills more people than AIDS. Ethan Kay talks about cookstoves that eliminate smoke and fuel consumption asn ideal solution to this problem.
Rights of Mother Earth International Indigenous Conference speech of Canadian, Clayton Thomas-Muller talks about Tar Sands and what it means to his people of this "science fiction nightmare."
Clayton Thomas-Muller, of the Mathais Colomb Cree Nation (Pukatawagan) in Northern Manitoba, Canada, is an activist for indigenous self-determination and environmental justice.
America's multi-billion dollar convention industry adopts new sustainability standards in a growing effort to reduce the environmental impact of large meetings and events. Read more here, SPAN magazine, bridging U.S. India Relations.
A quick look at the path of one bottle from cradle and back again. At Honest Tea, we like to say that nature got it right; we just put it in a bottle. That's why we're launching The Great Recycle, a national call-to-action to boost recycling rates. Honest Tea's ultimate goal: to recycle every bottle we produce each year by 2020.
On Monday, April 30th Honest Tea will launch a new, national recycling initiative called "The Great Recycle," by erecting a 30-foot bin in Times Square in an attempt to collect more than 45,000 beverage containers in one day -- approximately the same number of HONEST beverage bottles typically sold daily in NYC in April.
Not in NYC? Join Honest Tea online and show your commitment to recycling all year round.
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