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This Week's Podcast with Treehugger

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May 17, 2006

This Week's Podcast with Treehugger

Heather Green

The guest on this week's Cutting Edge podcast is Graham Hill, founder of Treehugger. Hill talks about why he started Treehugger, a blog that tracks the latest in aesthetic but sustainable products, whether it’s a dog house or a purse.

The blog, which attracts about 500,000 people each month, is adding new services, including Treehugger TV and Hugg, a Digg-like site where the public submits and ranks links to posts, videos, and stories that they think are important

Regarding the podcast series--My plan is to drill down into different segments that aren't as well known as tech or politics or gossip. So for the next few weeks, I am going to talk to people who are running blogs that pinpoint environmentally sustainable practices. The issue of climate change is beginning to become top of mind in the U.S. And this is an opportunity to look at how bloggers are talking about it. So I would love to hear any suggestions you might have.

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Why not the Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) blog from McDonalds?

I'm not a big McD's fan, but found this site interesting in that they are trying to be conscientious about environmental issues.

Posted by: MikeS at May 17, 2006 12:51 PM

Superb Heather. May I suggest someone from Grist?



Posted by: Al at May 18, 2006 02:09 AM

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