Tuesday, December 15, 2009

Good tech hint: The Medium Is No Longer The Message, . . . You Are http://ping.fm/XJAgy

Wednesday, December 2, 2009

LIVE sustainability radio show today at 9am NY City Time talking about Hopenhagen and Socks for Happy People http://ping.fm/H92DB

Monday, November 30, 2009

Why Big Shopping Bargains Are Bad News For America - TIME http://ping.fm/0jyTh
Tiniest Homes - size does matter http://ping.fm/UUKj8

Monday, November 23, 2009

Social Networks to affect public policy? Interesting. http://ping.fm/ZSfQU

Monday, November 9, 2009

> It's that time of year > Christmas Light Trade-In at Home Depot http://ping.fm/Jagdz

Saturday, November 7, 2009

Reusable vs. Disposable Cups; which is better? http://ping.fm/3pfXO

Wednesday, November 4, 2009

Like: The 10 Least Visited National Parks - Hidden Gems http://ping.fm/56Kag
Windpower + iPhone? Is your backyard turbine-worthy? Windspire Me. http://ping.fm/5LJoQ
Corporate Social Responsibility Videos by Coca-Cola CEO! Comments? http://ping.fm/1ppxs

Saturday, October 31, 2009

SAP Sustainability Ebook http://ping.fm/y0VQ1

Thursday, October 29, 2009

Report: one in five US jobs to turn green; Yes! ( http://ping.fm/EleIn )

Wednesday, October 28, 2009

Good resource for designing green IT strategies. I use it often > News on Green IT, E-Waste, Virtualization, Technology and the Environment ( http://ping.fm/nfaeZ )

Monday, October 26, 2009

China is learning to consume... uh oh. ( http://ping.fm/bObib )

Sunday, October 25, 2009

> http://ping.fm/CGIhW > Ads really are becoming more confrontation. Will consumers get tired of all the aggression?

Thursday, October 22, 2009

Shop Class as Soulcraft: a look at interacting with the physical world ( http://ping.fm/9Wmqi )

Wednesday, October 21, 2009

Good info for Strategic Environmental Assessment :: When is SEA Required? ( http://ping.fm/At1qy )

Monday, October 19, 2009

#billcosby, Ustream.TV: Bill Cosby Hip-Hop Album "State of Emergency". Discussion on race. ( http://ping.fm/lKK3t )

Friday, October 16, 2009

Putting green politics above the interests of shareholders? ( http://ping.fm/58SCS )

Thursday, October 15, 2009

Climate Change Research Consolidated from Various Govt Agencies > ( http://ping.fm/eXy4G )

Tuesday, October 13, 2009

Why take an escalator when the stairs are so fun? Could we make this even better? ( http://ping.fm/0ef7V )
Meet the new progressive CEOs. In a recession there are few global-warming-denying libertarians in the boardroom. ( http://ping.fm/g74fT )

Friday, October 9, 2009

> http://ping.fm/7qPMc > Want to get to certified in understanding sustainability for business? Grow a new career?

Thursday, October 8, 2009

> http://ping.fm/bgBo0 > meditating there in November

Wednesday, October 7, 2009

> http://ping.fm/M8eup > Couples are not all equal.
> http://ping.fm/hrynb > some big corporations dropping from US Chamber of Commerce a giant lobbying group in DC

Thursday, October 1, 2009

Sitges Film Festival - Festival Internacional de Cinema Fantàstic de Catalunya (http://ping.fm/CBaFx)

Friday, September 25, 2009

Now THIS is education >> http://ping.fm/HALsw >> consider this in work, play and learning everyday.

Tuesday, September 22, 2009

is thinking about the sustainability class and others he is teaching this fall - the new wave of education is here >> http://ping.fm/bdh0j

Friday, September 11, 2009

The Small Living Movement is taking off; are are some insights >> http://ping.fm/Bc0fX

Monday, September 7, 2009

Oh no, now Panera is packaging wood stirrers. Hypersanitary. How green is that?
Oh no, now Panera is packaging wood stirrers. Hypersanitary. How green is that?

Saturday, September 5, 2009

wonders how he can get ready for his trip to Spain with 4 days at home before the trip!

Tuesday, September 1, 2009

>> ecology and money intersect > Chapter Seven: From Ecology to Economy > http://ping.fm/E4vPI
> Storytelling controls your mind - seriously... http://ping.fm/S41up

Sunday, August 30, 2009

With all my airline travel lately, I am driven by two new goals > Reduce it and deal with impact. Per that end > http://ping.fm/T66fZ

Thursday, August 27, 2009

psyched to be an adjunct professor for the fall at City University. Class is online & all about sustainability > http://ping.fm/YuPDo

Monday, August 17, 2009

Working. Working. Working. Waiting. Working.

Thursday, August 13, 2009

> How would nature solve our problems? http://asknature.org/

Tuesday, August 11, 2009

>> Where the Green Jobs are... http://ping.fm/T4ODF
Today's guests at noon eastern: the creator of the 99K house as well as a green IT specialist. http://ping.fm/K8nlC or call (347) 633-9252
Join me LIVE on my One Greener Talk Show show at 9am Pacific on #BlogTalkRadio at http://ping.fm/pL4Uh or call (347) 633-9252

Monday, August 10, 2009

I am walking in the Seattle AIDS Walk; contribute what you can please - thank you! http://ping.fm/aH4xv

Tuesday, August 4, 2009

HIRING: Web Designer- send me your online portfolio, hourly/project rate, and resume to info@onegreener.com

Monday, August 3, 2009

Join me LIVE now on my One Greener Talk Show - Food and Ethics show on #BlogTalkRadio at http://ping.fm/zgEGj or call (347) 633-9252
Green Building and Development by @vannshane: http://ping.fm/1Pusb #ecomonday #eco #greenbuilding #leed

Sunday, August 2, 2009

1GREENER RADIO ON MONDAY Adam Lewis, raw food specialist, & Elizabeth Sikes, Seattle University environmental ethics professor http://ping.fm/Wcel9

Saturday, August 1, 2009

Can't Grow Veggies: an aged policy in LA that hampers green innovation: http://ping.fm/lA1Xh

Tuesday, July 28, 2009

Listen LIVE on One Greener Morning Show show on #BlogTalkRadio at http://ping.fm/e1Q8F or call to listen or comment (347) 633-9252
Join me LIVE on my One Greener Morning Show show on #BlogTalkRadio at http://ping.fm/LB96q or call (347) 633-9252
Today's guests: Mithun, the architectural firm; we'll discuss their green projects http://onegreener.com > http://mithun.com/

Tuesday, July 21, 2009

is having a great conversation with two green business CEOs on http://ping.fm/vR28Y - add your thoughts
> Email, call-in 347-633-9252 or IM your questions to me for my radio show starting at 12noon eastern time TODAY http://onegreener.com #eco
http://ping.fm/bkVJJ > my morning show starts at 9AM Pacific with Pangea Organics CEO and Blue Marble Energy CEO - join us!

Wednesday, July 15, 2009

>> Understanding climate change and the "failed states" of the world > http://ping.fm/WX2Uh
> Living with your microwave - facts and fiction http://ping.fm/stMy0

Friday, July 10, 2009

...for all my gardener friends, everything you wanted to know about NW weeds > http://ping.fm/bLn6u
> Understand more about stimulus money in your state > http://xrl.in/2oba

Wednesday, July 8, 2009

Green Building and Development video interview by @onegreener @vannshane #ecomonday: http://ping.fm/PvfpH

Tuesday, July 7, 2009

http://xrl.in/2n7l Green Fireworks discussion right now http://ping.fm/JzsZR
I'll be listening at 9am Pacific to the One Greener Radio Morning Show on #BlogTalkRadio; CALL IN with comments - http://ping.fm/FVIqQ

Monday, July 6, 2009

What kind of job opportunities might be opened up by the new federal emphasis on green projects? http://ping.fm/ni2qY

Thursday, July 2, 2009

http://ping.fm/YEdDC Ever wonder the biggest arguments against going green are... try these answers. #sustainability

Tuesday, June 30, 2009

LIVE talk online > President of New Earth Energy with their products E-Coal and E-Oil http://ping.fm/wA4R5
Join me LIVE on my One Greener Radio Morning Show on #BlogTalkRadio at http://ping.fm/6hbH3 or call (347) 633-9252

Wednesday, June 24, 2009

John Clark-Gridpoint,Chad Maglaque-Clarin Technologies,Dick Williams-Shell Windenergy talk on sustainable energy; http://ping.fm/oUkOG
watch Shell executive talking about sustainable industry; http://ping.fm/VQBhF
Twitter me questions for Fast Company symposium. Current subject; see live stream http://ping.fm/gE0sx
>> Open dialogue starting with GridPoint.com, ClarinTechnologies.com, and Shell WindEnergy moderated by Fast Company writer&editor
Listening to Dick Williams from Shell Windpower at Fast Company's, Earth Wind & Fire: An Alternative Energy Forum here is Seattle.

Tuesday, June 23, 2009

One Greener Radio Morning Show on #BlogTalkRadio at http://ping.fm/9yHJ6 or call (347) 633-9252
Join me LIVE on my One Greener Radio Morning Show 5 show on #BlogTalkRadio at http://ping.fm/kOI3d or call (347) 633-9252

Monday, June 22, 2009

http://ping.fm/dATrw What's on your food? A good resource for foods with the most pesticides.

Thursday, June 18, 2009

> http://ping.fm/zlieL Water risks ripple through the beverage industry

Tuesday, June 16, 2009

Join me LIVE on my One Greener Radio Morning Show 4 show on BlogTalkRadio at http://ping.fm/xMGxZ or call (347) 633-9252
talking on One Greener Radio about green jobs, and events like the Green Polo Cup at http://ping.fm/BYKRW or call (347) 633-9252

Thursday, June 11, 2009

Join me LIVE on my One Greener Radio Morning Show 3 show on BlogTalkRadio at http://ping.fm/CZ2Wa or call (347) 633-9252
> The One Greener Morning Show with Shane & Lasz, the environmental headlines news 9am Pacific http://ping.fm/PoiyV

Wednesday, June 10, 2009

> Riding the green train to change - communities innovate with their space http://ping.fm/mPrJw

Tuesday, June 9, 2009

> Building Retrofit Designed to Boost Green Jobs http://ping.fm/3NfGj

Sunday, June 7, 2009

> http://ping.fm/CcACH > evidence of why civilizations crash

Friday, June 5, 2009

> How Your Food and Fashion Choices Affect the Amazon http://ping.fm/Fayqy

Wednesday, June 3, 2009

>> http://xrl.in/2e2k Obama marks pride month with proclamation listing LGBT-rights goals

Friday, May 29, 2009

> http://ping.fm/9nI53 15 Ways to Eat More Local Food
> http://ping.fm/rNLf0 #design #eco Find out why some proposed green remedies could do more harm than good…

Thursday, May 28, 2009

> #TwitterNews: CEOs tweet in news story reported completely on Twitter http://ping.fm/LE8SK
CCI, USGBC Embark on Global Program for 'Climate Positive' Urban Growth: Sixteen ambitious... http://ping.fm/p051F
>From comments on article: This is the most ridiculous and non-factual analysis I have ever seen of the U.S. environmental movement. This...
> How environmentalism is like the housing market: it's a cyclical trend > The New Republic http://ping.fm/cjrZ1

Tuesday, May 26, 2009

>> On-air now with One Greener radio listen: http://ping.fm/Ta42v and call-in (347) 633-9252
At 9am Pacific- LIVE One Greener Radio Show interviews incl sex shop in Ottawa talking about green toys - http://ping.fm/xu3Zg

Saturday, May 23, 2009

Just sat down to browse
Just sat down to browse "Washington Local and Seasonal Cookbook" great photos and simple recipes. Thanks d&r

Thursday, May 21, 2009

>> New podcast on green jobs + economy http://ping.fm/kWU7w #eco #green #sustainability

Get The Green Knowledge

Today's assignments:

Read these articles and write 3-5 ways that these apply to your business. Post them in the comments section. You can send 1-2 to me on Twitter @vannshane and I will RT (re-tweet) your ideas. Share the green!

#1 http://www.time.com/time/health/article/0,8599,1809506,00.html

#2 http://online.wsj.com/article/SB124275189316335291.html

#3 http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/30482313/ns/business-going_green/

Wednesday, May 20, 2009

100 MPG Hummer, article from MSNBC http://ping.fm/p7OOv

Tuesday, May 19, 2009

One Greener Radio Show : Sustainable Clothing

How do we dress more conscientiously? What are the materials that have the least impact social and ecologically? Sustainability and clothing is perhaps one of those combinations that many people do not think about, but we all buy clothes. On this show, we will talk with luminaries from Patagonia, Nau, and leading edge fashion designers who are striving to make conscious choices about their apparel and accessories. Visit www.onegreener.com before and after our show for show archives, extended interviews, links and resources. You can call in LIVE on Wednesdays or email us beforehand or during with questions at info@onegreener.com, follow us at Twitter.com/onegreener.
One Greener Radio will focus on sustainability with lighthearted and enjoyable conversations. A goal will be to hear stories of change in communities. One Greener Radio is hosted by Shane Snipes (Twitter:VannShane), a media and sustainability specialist. He has worked for more than 16 years in the sustainability, environmental and social change arenas. His recent clients include Microsoft, Nordstrom, and Intel to name a few. He has interviewed dozens of celebrities, corporate executives, and experts at festivals, fundraisers, special events, and casual settings. Some of his interviews include Al Pacino, Virginia Madsen, Susan Sarandon, Harvey Keitel and dozens more.

Previous Shows:
Food and Sustainability Conscientious Eating
Sustainability & Sundance Coverage at the 2009 Film Festival in Park City
Sustainability & Community Green for Those in Need
Sustainability and Entertainment- Greening Film and Television

>> #eco check out the 24/7 sustainability tv channel http://ping.fm/IGqzB

Monday, May 18, 2009

>> my sustainability radio show relaunches tomorrow at 8:30AM here: http://xrl.in/2a90 #EcoMonday
#ecoMonday Monthly sustainable product design workshops are launching http://ping.fm/m7ZQZ

Sunday, May 17, 2009

RT #sustainable May 29 Workshop, San Francisco; Mastering Environmental Impact Assessment in the Design Process http://ping.fm/derL9

Friday, May 15, 2009

http://ping.fm/xY5UT Great site about green design for all you product designers & industrial designers. Workshops coming up.
http://ping.fm/YnrN1 Green DIY Designs

Thursday, May 14, 2009

http://ping.fm/0M2Y0 >> New radio show time. Tuesdays and Thursday at 830AM. Look out for other shows coming soon. Call in!

Tuesday, May 12, 2009

>>#sustainability Harvard Business School article - "The New Social Contract for Green Business" http://ping.fm/TTqXM

Saturday, May 9, 2009

Saturday morning hike!
Saturday morning hike!
>> For all you music lovers out there, here are some green songs: http://ping.fm/fYM0V

Monday, May 4, 2009

--I'm caught in a downpour in Portland
--I'm caught in a downpour in Portland

Thursday, April 30, 2009

"Do something about climate change or get yourself a hat, some sun lotion and write a letter of apology to your grandchildren." -Lord Stern
I am intrigued about this because he speaks everywhere and obviously there are people who get lots from it. Many different styles of speech.
British Economist, Lord Nicholas Stern talk: high level & surprising unavailable as a presentation. Not inspiring. <a href="http://ping.fm/RXHK9">http://ping.fm/RXHK9</a>
recording talk with British Economist, Lord Nicholas Stern on New Era of Progress and Prosperity http://ping.fm/dX7HP
Lord Nicholas Stern �Internalizing Climate Change: How Responding to Climate Change Can Lead to a New Era of Progress and Prosperity.�

Tuesday, April 28, 2009

#swineflu more cases of flu expected around the country http://ping.fm/ECnFN
http://onegreener.com is demonstrating how social media can teach in organizations; contact us for details.
http://ping.fm/BDJwN Professors experiment with Twitter as teaching tool (social media tools teach if you know how)

Monday, April 27, 2009

>>For all my friends that have iPhones, there's a new app called Bump that let's you share contact info by bumping the phones together.

Saturday, April 25, 2009

Back to Seattle soon from Boston; hope it's sunny there!

Friday, April 24, 2009

>Want to be in two places at once here in Boston: http://ping.fm/8G4b2 and http://ping.fm/KRcKq i'm at the 2nd one :/
>Discussing 4 product systems after doing a group activity at Sustainable Minds seminar in Cambridge MA http://ping.fm/kg4wl

Blipping Green

>Now RISD professor talking about how sustainability works http://ping.fm/qdh7P
Good quote: "A problem well stated is largely solved."
>Now Motorola is talking about using Sustainable Minds software >> http://ping.fm/Lnpwu
>Motorola point: Lifecycle is often understood from marketing perspective inside businesses, LCA brings the eco and social aspects
>Lunch chats at product design seminar; currently, ecoSMART Manufacturing Program from Ohio is speaking now http://ping.fm/aEGQV
>>Listening to global warming's implications on product design; Philip White, IDSA, VP Sustainable Product Design http://ping.fm/RlWhx
> LIVE seminar online from Boston: "Mastering Environmental Impact Assessment in the Design Process" http://ping.fm/5GfgJ

Thursday, April 23, 2009

http://ping.fm/p/Rnwga - Off to Boston for a sustainability training

Wednesday, April 22, 2009

>If a brand is the relationship between a business and its customers, the retail space is its most visceral conversation. http://ping.fm/Niihu

Monday, April 20, 2009

http://ping.fm/p/3arAA - Ceiling of Portland symphony hall tonight; enjoyed show; wonder how green music is...
>Working on book now; leading more trainings tomorrow; FB acct is messed- hope they sort it out soon shane@Onegreener.com in the interim
> excited about UNDP opportunity on the horizon; will keep posted; finding green apps on iPhone for earthday; sending time in Portland
> The Phony Green Jobs Debate, excellent article on green jobs debate (another in the side bar) http://ping.fm/YUYIP

Friday, April 17, 2009

>> Anderson Cooper: "It's Hard to Talk When You're Teabagging" (VIDEO) http://ping.fm/dwFMw

Wednesday, April 15, 2009

http://ping.fm/0z1az Do you sell online? Check out this offset service for your checkout.
>So much for the reminder to turn off your cell phone in church: Church in N.C. is actually encouraging attendees to tweet during services.

Tuesday, April 14, 2009

>60-Day Clock Starts on Draft EPA Rule On Greenhouse Gas Reporting; Draft EPA Endangerment Finding Immanent; MEANING= put GHG learning caps

Monday, April 13, 2009

>Los Angeles Building Retrofit Designed to Boost Green Jobs; citywide program, could it happen in other cities? http://ping.fm/ukKTw

Friday, April 3, 2009

#confSU CRAZY FACT: in Seattle area 80% of what is given to Goodwill is thrown into landfill if not sold quickly. Use http://kashless.com
#confSU Listening to Financing talk in the green tech space; speakers: http://ping.fm/T56Ij http://www.ovp.com/ http://kashless.org
#confSU Why WA state does not have a big clean tech business? No fast tracking for new projects; few incentives for this area; others?
#confSU Why 2050 timeline? Businesses have short term plans that are proprietary, but long-term plans will bring business to the table.
#confSU three players in the sustainable equation = people + govt + business
#confSU Thinking about all the different methods for systematically understanding sustainability; should these to unified?
#confSU Alessandro Galli, senior scientist, is talking from Global Footprint Network give overview of http://ping.fm/JweWd
#confSU Listening to Mark Augustyniewicz from Boeing who is also part of http://www.wbcsd.org and discussing sustainable development
#confSU Global Footprint Network is working with http://www.wbcsd.org to create pathway to sustainable future - want to interview him next
#confSU Back at the Sustainability Conference at Seattle University, listening to http://ping.fm/PzgCY speak

Thursday, April 2, 2009

REI found 30% of their climate impact came from small part of their business - their travel company; LESSON: audit business to see impact
#confSU what if stuff never went to landfill; what if stuff is what we should be saving; how do we do that everywhere; cradle to cradle
#confSU Starbucks, REI, McKinstry, looking for "big levers" = areas of business where big impact can be had through small change
#confSU starbucks sustainability dir makes good point about why fair trade; looking for cheapest can make growers not want to work with you
#confSU Just heard from Oberlin, a college town of 9000, working to create holistic sustainable city; how to translate to SU's 9000 students
>Interviewed John Gardiner, leadership expert at Seattle University, his talk, "Transcendent Leadership: Pathway to Global Sustainability"
--#confSU Webcast of Tom Compton of WWF; wondering if his policy over practice dichotomy is correct; policy or practice change first?
#confSU Trying to decide which breakout to head to: "By-Product of Synergy NW: Turning Waste into Profitable Products", I think
--tag for green conference at Seattle university #confSU
-- Seattle based low-income green jobs nonprofit http://ping.fm/Zxopi founder, Stacey Noland - good talk
http://ping.fm/jIgUH Seattle University sustainability conference; Charlie Cunniff city dir of Seattle Climate Partnership speaking

Wednesday, April 1, 2009

--Traveling friends: Airfares may change more often than ever http://ping.fm/bbzo6
__http://ping.fm/74FQY Long-time sustainability and environmental publisher bought by Coca-Cola.
-- prepping for radio show to start in 5 minutes at http://onegreener.com - today's topic is green publishing

Monday, March 30, 2009

From: Why Smart Managers Will Capitalize on Sustainability First

Q: Can you elaborate on the correlation between sustainability and competitive advantage?

Yeah. Efficiency (lower unit costs), quality, reliability -- often these "positive" attributes of companies go hand in hand, managers will tell you. Now think about sustainability. If companies are good at developing systems that deal with health and safety, and/or treating waste and water, and/or devising innovative ways to reduce energy consumption and so forth, they usually have their act together on many other, fundamental, how-they-do-business fronts. In other words, companies that have thought hard about how to establish various management systems that promote more sustainable business practices are also companies that have thought hard about how to be more efficient or innovative or differentiate their products and services in the market.

Sustainability becomes a proxy for management quality. This is a quick way for others, be they buyers or customers or potential partners, to get information about vendors or any other value-chain partner and what kinds of systems they have. And that makes sense to me, absolutely.

Saturday, March 28, 2009

Green Festival Seattle Blog #1

Saturday March 28 is a busy day as we cover the Green Festival here in Seattle, Washington.Video coverage is on Qik.

At Green Festival™, a joint project of Global Exchange and Green America, we’re celebrating what’s working in our communities—for people, business and the environment.

Think of Green Festival™ as a walk through a sustainable community. It begins with finding solutions to help make our lives healthier—socially, economically and environmentally. Individuals along with business and community leaders come together to discuss critical issues that impact us at home and abroad. Organizations and businesses showcase programs and products that restore the planet and all that inhabit it. Neighbor-to-neighbor connections are formed, and skills are shared to empower people to create positive change in the world.

Friday, March 20, 2009

--Inclusiveness matters: Obama recorded a videotaped holiday address delivered to Iran on the occasion of Norwuz, a celebration of the Persian New Year.
-http://ping.fm/YiuMG The White House plants a graden - learn more about sustainable food at http://ping.fm/LNXrM

Wednesday, March 18, 2009

-I have lots of friends with kids; Here's a link about DIY Toys and Decorations http://ping.fm/yeeO7
-Just launched new green building segment with 20 videos on One Greener TV at http://ping.fm/LNXrM
--Sustainability and real estate is today's topic on my radio show at 10am Pacific 1pm eastern - http://onegreener.com

Tuesday, March 17, 2009

>>#sustainable Ireland is greener all year round http://ping.fm/0aQ4S

Sunday, March 15, 2009

--Baxter and Its Foundation Contribute Nearly $44 Million in 2008 to Address Critical Needs Locally and Globally http://ping.fm/xyQj4

Tuesday, March 10, 2009

Nobel Prize winning climate scientist on One Greener Radio Wednesday 10AM Pacific, call-in, email, or Twitter - http://onegreener.com

Saturday, March 7, 2009

-- watching roller derby; watch live at http://ping.fm/vgxCh

Friday, March 6, 2009

http://ping.fm/wLrO3 Behavior, Energy and Climate Change toolkits and resources
--Built Green Conference in Seattle http://ping.fm/tXyL2 -Key theme "creating more with less" an ideal for creating green businesses
--At Built Green conference in Seattle; just heard Robert F Kennedy speak; recorded it at http://ping.fm/vgxCh

Wednesday, March 4, 2009

One Greener Radio Show Overview March 3, 2009

Topic: Green Jobs and Economic Stimulus Package

Today we discussed Green Jobs and the Economic Stimulus Package with several experts. We covered topics such as how green jobs are being created in various states, the challenges that face policymakers and those administrators implementing green job plans, how can communities make sure that the money is spent in an equitable way, how to create long-term versus short-term jobs that address climate change, and many other subjects. Download the show at http://tinyurl.com/1greener and comment on the show here at our blog.

Our guests for Feb 3, 2009 are:
Marc Cummings, Director of Public Affairs
Pacific NW National Laboratory

Elena Foshay, Research Associate
Apollo Alliance

Shawn Fremstad, Senior Fellow
Center for Economic and Policy Research

Daniel Malarkey, Consultant
Climate Solutions

Tuesday, March 3, 2009

--Clean energy segment started on my One Greener TV channel. Watch sustainable TV programming 24-7 at http://ping.fm/LNXrM Enjoy

Monday, March 2, 2009

--Which Sectors Are Most Resilient in Recession? http://ping.fm/hAp97
-http://ping.fm/GQHLf EDF Maps 1,200 Companies Poised to Benefit from Sustainable Climate Laws

Saturday, February 28, 2009

-http://ping.fm/jWZPd Sustainable farming does not only mean picking fruits from orchards and buying them from farmers’ markets

Friday, February 27, 2009

--London 2012 Olympics green event guidelines published http://ping.fm/ZrNhp
California air regulators broadened their reach into Silicon Valley, implementing rules to cut greenhouse gas emissions http://ping.fm/qM4h3

Thursday, February 26, 2009

--Attending City of Kirkland sustainable site seminar http://ping.fm/zmLFj

Wednesday, February 25, 2009

--How the climate change lobby works in DC? Who comes to talk about what, etc. http://ping.fm/gq6gG
--Kuwait thinks about maximizing the ecological returns from government and privately owned projects http://ping.fm/0EJ7P
-My talk show in 2 mins on Green Jobs with experts http://onegreener.com call-in 888-346-9141 or email questions to info@onegreener.com
--Check out Green Jobs block of videos on http://ping.fm/LNXrM part of green jobs day at http://onegreener.com 10am LIVE discussion
-http://OneGreener.com, a LIVE discussion 10:00 AM Pacific- where monies for green jobs are in the 2009 Economic Stimulus Package

Tuesday, February 24, 2009

-- created a training course for college administrators to understand how to utilize the funding from the Economic Stimulus Package
-- created two courses for government officials to understand how to create sustainable jobs from the Obama's Economic Stimulus Package

Friday, February 20, 2009

-http://ping.fm/1sEAl Hines announces HinesGO sustainability tool to green office space

Thursday, February 19, 2009

--Interview 'Milking the Rhino' film producer, covers community conservation issues in Africa, click On-Demand- http://ping.fm/LNXrM

Video of interview with Milk The Rhino producer

Interview with Jeannie Magill, producer of Milking the Rhino

Watch the interview at One Greener TV. Click the On Demand button for a list of interviews and current green news. Discover more about the film and where to watch it on their website.

About the film:
A ferocious kill on the Serengeti… warnings about endangered species! These cliches of nature documentaries disregard a key part of the landscape: villagers just off-camera who navigate the dangers and costs of living with wildlife.

Africa is emerging from a history of “white man conservation” that displaced indigenous people, banned subsistence hunting, and fueled resentment. Now, a revolution in grass-roots wildlife conservation is turning poachers into protectors. But change doesn’t come easy.

With memorable characters and spectacular locations, MILKING THE RHINO tells joyful, penetrating and heartbreaking stories from Kenya and Namibia - revealing the high stakes obstacles facing Community Conservation today.

Wednesday, February 18, 2009

--Management and technology, 2 areas the OneGreener also works in - How do you make a viral video for marketing http://ping.fm/ZrGJb

2-18-09 One Greener Radio Show description

Today's show covered sustainability and building. Our esteemed guests were:
Howard Kaplan, CASA, or the Center Advancing Sustainable Architecture
Steve Brauneis, Rocky Mountain Institute
Peter Yost, Building Green 

Areas of discussion:
Sustainable Building History
Green Jobs and Building
How home owners can green their homes?
The recession and green building
Architecture 2030 Campaign

Listen to this and other programs at http://www.onegreener.com

Howard M. Kaplan
Center Advancing Sustainable Architecture

Mr. Kaplan is an architect and Co-Director of CASA. Throughout his 40 year career he has been actively involved in the "Green" building movement. He is most recently a member of the following organizations and committees promoting green, energy efficient buildings:

* Co-founder of the New Mexico Chapter of the U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC-NM)
* Past-President and Board Member of the New Mexico Chapter of the U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC-NM)
* Member of Governor Richardson's Climate Change Advisory Group
* Member of the New Mexico Public Schools Clean Energy Task Force
* Member of the City of Albuquerque LEED Task Force
* Member of the Clean Energy Advocacy Steering Committee.

Peter Yost

Peter Yost is the Director of Residential Services for BuildingGreen, LLC in Brattleboro, Vermont. He has been building, researching, teaching, writing, and consulting on high performance homes for more than twenty years. His expertise ranges from construction waste management and advanced framing to energy efficiency and building durability. Peter is currently Technical Director for GreenBuildingAdvisor.com, an instructor for the Boston Architectural College's Sustainable Design Certificate program and an adjunct faculty member of the University of Massachusetts Department of Building Materials and Wood Technology program in Amherst.

Steve Brauneis
Rock Mountain Institute Built Environment Team

* Daybreak Residential Optimization and Neighborhood Development Certification
* Grand Prairie, TX, Public Safety and Adult Activity Center Buildings
* Jefferson City, MO, Federal Courthouse
* JL Tower, Anchorage, AK
* KFC Offices, Honolulu, HI
* Nederland, CO Community Center
* University of Hawaii, Law School
* University of Nebraska, Lincoln, Multicultural Center
* Philip K. White & Associates Offices
* The Walnut


Steve Brauneis has worked in sustainable building design, corporate sustainability program development and implementation, eco-efficiency program design & implementation, sustainable building material purchasing, construction, and environmental education.
Past Projects

Mr. Brauneis was the Director of Sustainability for a mid-size chain of lumberyards, his responsibilities included evaluation of all company inputs and consumables including, products for sale, vehicles, energy and fuels, lighting, solid waste and building operations and design. He was the LEED project manager for construction of the Gold-certified Hayward Building Systems production and office facility. Operational efficiency and profitable green product line management were his focus. Outreach efforts included green building workshops for internal sales force and professional contractors.

-- One Greener TV is currently showing sustainable food segment; talking about award-winning King Corn filmmaker http://ping.fm/LNXrM
-Call-in LIVE: 888-346-9141 email the building specialists questions info@onegreener.com - listen in at http://onegreener.com at 1pm eastern
--Building and Sustainability today at 10AM Pacific on http://onegreener.com guests: LEED specialists, RMI.org & Buildinggreen.com experts

Tuesday, February 17, 2009

http://ping.fm/MMj0r ---Full text of Econmic Stimulus Package signed today HR1
--- Green Companies Do Better During Downturn: Study http://ping.fm/JryTD Our work at Onegreener.com shows this too.

Monday, February 16, 2009

-- now for the good news: How to avoid genetically modified (GM) foods http://ping.fm/KkIrQ
Genetically Engineered food does not have to be labeled in America. Roughly 75% of U.S. processed foods- boxed cereals, other grain products
More about Genetically Modified foods - http://ping.fm/y1CY9 - good resource for people who eat organic and why we should care.

Saturday, February 14, 2009

The heart beat of key concepts in life 1

http://ping.fm/cBILp -- one more on Love and Sustainability, a v-day tribute.
http://ping.fm/NWPCX Ecology and love on this day of love.
http://ping.fm/PpwAG A thoughtful and scorching evaluation of the anglo perspective of race and eco issues. Brilliant!

Friday, February 13, 2009

http://ping.fm/jaFUh Thinking about this article on NYC Housing Authority, sustainability and technology
-- Great online magazine about green - - - http://ping.fm/hduST
--From the hilariously bizarre to the ultra-awesome; Best of Freecycle http://ping.fm/O9J4n

Thursday, February 12, 2009

http://ping.fm/6Zk5x What might a green shopping mall look like?

Here's a mindmap of what we talked about yesterday on the One Greener Radio show.
http://ping.fm/3oCka What Does It Mean to Be a Sustainable Consumer?

Wednesday, February 11, 2009

--Quote of the Day: The President on Transit and Sprawl http://ping.fm/NAZIP
-http://ReverbRock.com is greening concerts around the country so is http://cleanvibes.com - going to a concert? ask them to green it
--my radio show went well; checkout archives of it here http://ping.fm/Xhhbp - next week topic is green building
--45 minutes until my show on sustainability+music with Benj Gershman of O.A.R., Lollapalooza+SXSW green specialists http://onegreener.com

One Greener Radio: Wed, Feb 11, 2009 - Sustainability and Music

Listen at One Greener Radio

Wednesday's Topic: Music + Sustainability

Benj Gershman, Of a Revolution (OAR)
Stacy Rodriguez with C3Presents, Lollapolooza+Austin City Limits Festival
Brian Allenby, Reverb

Anna Brosky, Cleanvibes

10:00 AM Pacific / 1:00 PM Eastern

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Deeply rooted within the music and environmental communities, Reverb educates and engages musicians and their fans to promote environmental sustainability. Reverb is a non profit organization founded by environmentalist Lauren Sullivan and her musician husband, Guster guitarist/vocalist Adam Gardner. Born from the success of Bonnie Raitt's "Green Highway," Reverb works closely with and is mentored by the ARIA Foundation founded in 1998 by Bonnie's manager Kathy Kane.

Greening Services
* Carbon Neutral Concerts and Venues
* Biodiesel for Vehicles and Generators
* Waste Reduction
* Biodegradable Catering Products
* Recycling
* Green Bus Supplies and Cleaners
* Energy Efficiency
* Green Contract Rider
* Eco-Friendly Merchandise
* Green Sponsorship
* On Site and On-Line Fan Outreach
Reverb Eco-Village
* A Festival-like atomosphere erected at each show
* Local and National Non-profits
* Green Technologies
* Fan carbon offset program
* Eco-friendly consumer sampling
* Voter Registration
* Chances to win cool stuff like a solar backpack
* Jumbotron Eco-trivia and tips
* Built to reflect each band’s causes/interests

Benj Gershman
O.A.R. (an acronym for the band's full moniker, Of a Revolution) transformed themselves from local Ohio State University bandmates to Billboard chartbusters and headliners at venues across America. First, the band's two demo recordings were hawked at universities. Then, news spread about the band's roots rock and reggae-inflected songs, which owed much to the jam band genre. Before long, O.A.R.'s website had turned into a highly-trafficked internet destination, and the group gradually left the college scene for the bright lights of national stardom.

Formed in 1996 in Rockville, MD, O.A.R. coalesced around lead singer/rhythm guitarist Marc Roberge, lead guitarist Richard On, saxophonist Jerry DePizzo, bassist Benj Gershman, and drummer Chris Culos. Roberge had known Culos since childhood; he also played in local bands with On and Gershman. DePizzo, who hails from Youngstown, OH, met the other Maryland natives at Ohio State, and the band made its recorded debut with the release of an independent demo, 1997's The Wanderer. Many of the songs on O.A.R.'s debut disc were written while Roberge and Culos were living in Israel.

Two years later, the switch from student band to headlining act started with the arrival of an intensely popular song titled "That Was a Crazy Game of Poker." (Many lyrics for the band's songs came from Roberge's interest in literature, particularly Stephen King's novel -The Stand.) The group went back into the recording studio for a second demo, which was released independently as Souls Aflame in 1999. With the success of 2001's Risen, Roberge began writing songs for a new CD late that year. To appease their dedicated fan base, they issued a live album, Any Time Now, in the spring of 2002 and subsequently signed with Lava/Atlantic for the release of 2003's In Between Now and Then. Additional tour dates led to the release of 34th & 8th, the band's second live offering. The band returned to the studio again with 2005's Stories of a Stranger, which contained a pair of Top 20 Hot AC hits in "Love and Memories" and "Heard the World." The Live from Madison Square Garden CD/DVD appeared in 2007. O.A.R.'s slickest album yet, the commercially-minded All Sides, was released in 2008. Robert Hicks, All Music Guide
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Clean Vibes is a company formed and dedicated to responsible on-site waste management of outdoor festivals and events. Our mission is to actively encourage and promote recycling, composting and proper waste disposal. We hope to educate and inspire a new generation of responsible stewards. Our goal is to divert waste from landfills by increasing the amount of material that is recycled and composted, thereby greatly reducing the ecological footprint of outdoor festivals and events.

Tuesday, February 10, 2009

http://ping.fm/y3Nnw --Take 1 minute to sign a very important proposition which is attached to the link.
--Green headlines with Shane on One Greener TV - starts at 1:20 Pacific Time. http://ping.fm/LNXrM
--It's that time of year for chocolate, well, isn't it always. Good sustainable goodness http://ping.fm/zD45V
--College sustainability director formerly corporate adviser; mixing skills pays off, creates ecosystem of insights http://ping.fm/5DWV9

Monday, February 9, 2009

Benj Gershman will be LIVE on Wednesday with us

---ecoband O.A.R.'s bassist Benj Gershman will be LIVE on my One Greener Radio show Wednesday at 10AM Pacific http://onegreener.com

The topic will be how music can make a difference in sustainability issues.

2/11/09 - Music and Sustainability – Entertained and Changed --- Music moves us and entertains us. It helps us to understand our life and community. This week’s guests will explore how green and music intersect. Our guests will include O.A.R. and other surprise guest musicians. The organizations on the show include the music festival Bumbershoot, Reverb which educates and engages musicians and their fans to promote environmental sustainability, Oniric Records, and other innovators in the new field of helping audience do good while they are entertained. You can call in LIVE on Wednesdays or email us beforehand or during with questions at info@onegreener.com, follow us at Twitter.com/onegreener.

Of a Revolution, better known as O.A.R., American rock band consisting of Marc Roberge (vocals, guitar), Chris Culos (drums, percussion), Richard On (guitar, backing vocals), Benj Gershman (bass guitar), Jerry DePizzo (saxophone, guitar, backing vocals). Due to massive online distribution over campus networks, the band has become a hit among college students, with many songs relating to the band members' personal lives at Ohio State University (Columbus) and growing up in Rockville, Maryland.

  • In the summer of 2008, O.A.R. launched the "All Sides Tour" to promote their new album of the same name, which began June 15 in Manchester, TN at Bonnaroo and concluded August 31 at the Gorge as an opening act for the Dave Matthews Band.
  • The first radio single for All Sides, "Shattered (Turn the Car Around)", was released for download on June 13th. It has been the band's biggest hit to date, surpassing "Love And Memories".
  • In June 2008 the song "This Town", also from All Sides, was used extensively by ESPN during its coverage of the 2008 NCAA Division I Baseball Tournament and College World Series.
  • O.A.R.'s song "Wonderful Day" is currently being used on nationally airing Ford commercials.
  • In December 2008, VH1 named the music video for "Shattered" as number 18 on their Top 40 Videos of 2008, saying that "O.A.R. is no longer this well-kept secret; they finally have broken through to mainstream."
  • O.A.R. performed three songs for Fox News Channel's 2008 New Year's Eve uParty coverage live in Times Square in New York City on December 31, 2008. The filming took place on Sunday December 27, 2008. The three songs played and also aired were: "Shattered", "Living In The End" and "This Town".
  • On January 9, 2009 O.A.R. lead singer, Marc Roberge, did a charity concert to benefit the Connecticut National Guard at Hopkins School in New Haven, CT performing many of the band's hit songs solo (accompanying himself with an acoustic guitar) including Love and Memories, Shattered, and This Town.

Today's Green Blog about Sustainability and Celebrities

http://ping.fm/1076R California unveils six-step strategy to promote green chemistry
--Music and sustainability info block on One Greener TV http://ping.fm/LNXrM on now for an hour - radio show Wed on this.

Sunday, February 8, 2009

--- Not realy sure what to make of this. Seems anti-yoga to me >> http://yogacup.com
--- Redevelopers aiming for sustainability, hoping to heat and cool with geothermal energy http://ping.fm/8yYUE

Friday, February 6, 2009

Pre-show info for Sustainability and Music

To prep for our Kirkland WA based online radio show next week on Sustainability and Music, here are some bands that have made specific green strides. Support them when you can!

Dave Matthews Band – The eco-grants distributed by their foundation, BamaWorks, total more than $2 million to date. They help increase awareness and combat global warming through performances at Live Earth, plant trees to offset the carbon emissions of their touring, ‘Think local and Act global’ by distributing bikes around Charlottesville, Virginia to be used as low-impact, free transportation, support education organizations through their Ben & Jerry’s flavor, ‘One Sweet Whirled’ ice cream, and Dave Mathews himself even uses cloth diapers for the newest addition to the family. Dave Matthews Band
Pearl Jam - Grunge Rock: They donate funds, stage benefits, drive in biodiesel busses and more. Pearl Jam
Jane's Addiction - Alternative Rock: Lead singer Perry Farrell has pioneering the work to power Lollapalooza on biodiesel, and they support more eco-initiatives, ‘Global Cool’ and more. Jane’s Addiction
Guster - Folksy Rock: They support the Campus Conscious Tour to bring awareness to everything from chemical-free cosmetics to organic food. Guitarist/singer Adam Garner founded Reverb, the eco-music initiative and more. Guster
Cloud Cult – Indie Rock: Their recording studio is made from reclaimed material, and the nonprofit label ‘Earthology Records’ is on a farm that is powered by geothermal and wind energy. Lead singer Craig Minowa is an environmental scientist for the ‘Organic Consumers Association.’ Cloud Cult
Barenaked Ladies – They are one of the Reverb partners. Lead singer Steven Page has a Board role on World Wildlife Fund Canada. Barenaked Ladies
Moby – He is a vegan, supports the Humane Society and PETA, opened a vegetarian tea café in NYC, limits touring to reduce CO2 impact, and more. Moby
Singer Songwriters:
Jack Johnson – He has co-founding eco education programs in schools and communities, produces eco-friendly merchandise, partners with ‘1% for the Planet’ and more. Jack Johnson
Sarah Harmer – She supports eco causes and focuses on preserving Niagara Falls and the Escarpment, and more. Sarah Harmer
KT Tunstall – She supports the Carbon Neutral Company, Carbon Diet, Global Cool, uses a Biodiesel tour bus and more. KT Tunstall
Sheryl Crow – She is a Climate Activist, leader on the Stop Global Warming College Tour and more. Sheryl Crow
Alternative / Punk:
Green Day – They actively support the Natural Resources Defense Council and Move America Beyond Oil and more. Green Day
Thom Yorke – The solo artist and Radiohead front man is a vegan, supports ‘Friends of Earth’ in the fight against global warming and more. Thom Yorke
Willie Nelson – He promotes his own line of biodiesel, fosters "buy local, sell local," supports Farm Aid, makes hemp clothing and more. Willie Nelson
Bonnie Raitt – She helped to found ‘Musicians United for Safe Energy’, fights against nuclear energy, protects ancient forests, initiated the ‘Green Highway’ eco-village and more. Bonnie Raitt
The Roots - For those in the Philadelphia-area, be sure to support The Roots, as the Philadelphia natives are working with PETA on the “Stop the Violence: Go Veg” campaign. They also hosted a Pre-Grammy Jam & Green Carpet Bash this past year, in which they invited other artists to jam with them while raising awareness on green issues. The Roots


Thursday, February 5, 2009

--Continuing my talk of Patagonia, their facilitates take LEED, interview on One Greener Radio archives http://ping.fm/Xhhbp
--Kashi Company Partners with RecycleBank to Promote Recycling and Sustainability http://ping.fm/w31TT

Wednesday, February 4, 2009

February 4, 2009 Radio Show Summary

Sustainable Clothing
Topics covered:
Organic Cotton, Green Fabrics, Sustainable Business Practices, Social Responsibility, Fair Trade

One key idea came out of this show: As consumers, buy higher quality, but less. This means you can afford fewer clothes but the ones you have last longer, be made in equitable (non-sweatshop) places, and have a smaller impact on the environment.

Patagonia quotes:
“Mistreatment of garment workers is not just the result of global competition for low-price products, factory greed or malfeasance. It can also be the result of inefficiency, not only at the factory but also on the part of the company buying the goods. Last-minute changes to orders, unreasonable price demands and hurry-up delivery times can exacerbate already difficult conditions on the factory floor.This practice of 'instant business' causes disruptions in production and company relationships. Patagonia's desire to build long-term relations with their factories, sets them apart in this lowest priced supply chain world. For some companies finding an item for five cents less is reason for shifting to the a new factory. Factory owners therefore are not looking at long term practices in sustainability based on the demand from conscious companies, they are looking at lowest price.

February 4, 2009 Show Guests:

Jill Dumain, Director of Environmental Analysis at technical outdoor clothing company, Patagonia, Inc., attended the University of California at Davis majoring in Textiles and Clothing. Her studies at Davis included textile science, marketing and production courses, in conjunction with courses from the business school. While at Davis, she worked as a student intern at Patagonia, Inc., and upon graduation, began working in the company’s Fabric Laboratory testing and analyzing technical fabrics in the product line. Two years later, she moved into the Fabric Development department and began working on the development and sourcing of Patagonia’s sportswear fabrics. This position led into leadership of the company’s environmental strategies in fabrications, specifically, the organic cotton project. In 1998, she became Director of Fabric Development, and in the spring of 2003, moved in to a new position as Patagonia’s Environmental Analysis Manager. Today, she is Patagonia’s Director of Environmental Analysis, leading the charge on reducing the company’s environmental footprint. Her past and current projects have included some of the following: The Common Threads Recycling Program, The Footprint Chronicles, solar panel installation at Patagonia’s Ventura, CA campus, environmental regulation of the company’s factories via Bluesign, green building efforts, eco-friendly fabric research and more. Throughout her tenure at Patagonia, she has traveled extensively throughout Asia, Europe and the U.S. visiting fabric manufacturers and interfacing with other companies committed to environmental responsibility. http://patagonia.com

Mark Galbraith, leads the product design team with Nau
Business Unusual: A small group of people, committed to the power of business as a force for change, we are not just looking to make some new clothes, we are aiming to redefine what it means to be successful. http://www.nau.com

Susan Bell, Owner of Satch and Sol
Satch & Sol partners with fair trade artisan cooperatives worldwide to bring handmade children’s clothing to you. For the love of family and earth, Satch & Sol strives to be eco-friendly through product selection and business practices. A story of a fair trade, eco-friendly and mom-owned and operated small business. For the love of family and earth, Satch & Sol is a children’s clothing collection handmade by artists worldwide? http://www.satchsol.com/
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--Count down to my radio show today on sustainability and clothing with Patagonia as a guest. Listen in at http://onegreener.com
--Executives Seek Compliance, Performance according to research study by Deloitte http://ping.fm/zvYz8

Tuesday, February 3, 2009

10 Next Generation Green Technologies

External source: Niche Social Media Sites

Niche Social Networking Sites

It is amazing how quick niche social networks have grown. Below is an ever growing list of niche social networking sites. (I am including sites that are built on community building sites like Ning.)  Also I have included links to my review of these sites so you can help determine where you want to build a profile and participate. If there isn’t a review I just haven’t gotten to it yet… This list will be continually updated and tweaked.
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Batchmates My Review of Batchmates.com
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beautifulpeople.com My Review of beautifulpeople.com
BLNK My Review of BLNK
colonies My Review of colonies
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esnips My Review of esnips
fanpop My Review of fanpop
FriendPing My Review of FriendPing
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fubar My Review of fubar
Octopop My Review of Octopop
hoverspot My Review of hoverspot
i-neighbors My Review of i-neighbors
i4giveu My Review of i4giveu
ibibo My Review of ibibo
imagini My Review of imagini (now youniverse)
iugen My Review of iugen
linkyourfriends My Review of linkyourfriends
Loowa My Review of  Loowa
meetup My Review of meetup
Mobber My Review of Mobber
Moli My Review of Moli
my.9rules My Review of my.9rules
mypacis.eu My Review of mypacis.eu
PhuseBox My Review of PhuseBox
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Rimzu My Review of Rimzu
Sprinko My Review of Sprinko
stickam My Review of stickam
stickis My Review of stickis

virb.com My Review of virb.com
makeoutclub.com My Review of makeoutclub.com
fabfemme My Review of fabfemme
glee My Review of glee
ourchart My Review of ourchart

43things.com My Review of 43things.com
gaia.com My Review of gaia.com
SuperViva My Review of SuperViva

vampirefreaks.com My Review of vampirefreaks.com
Food and Beverage Workers
biteclub My Review of biteclub
tudiabetes.com My Review of tudiabetes.com
dailystrength.org My Review of dailystrength.org
realmentalhealth.com My Review of realmentalhealth.com
organizedwisdom.com My Review of organizedwisdom.com
patientslikeme.com My Review of patientslikeme.com
sobercircle.com My Review of sobercircle.com
walkertracker.com My Review of walkertracker.com
12stepspace My Review of 12stepspace
Peertrainer My Review of Peertrainer
peoplejam My Review of peoplejam
TauMed My Review of TauMed
the paralysis community My Review of the paralysis community
TheDailyPlate My Review of TheDailyPlate
toolstolife My Review of toolstolife
Rareshare My Review of Rareshare

knitpicks.com My Review of knitpicks.com
corank.com My Review of corank.com
colshare.com My Review of colshare.com
ravelry.com My Review of ravelry.com
craftster My Review of craftster
Lov.li My Review of Lov.li

Instant Messaging/Chat
buddystumbler My Review of buddystumbler
Talkcity My Review of Talkcity
Tangler My Review of Tangler

Interior Design
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crewster My Review of crewster
coroflot.com My Review of coroflot.com
ihipo.com My Review of ihipo.com
yorz My Review of yorz
domystuff.com My Review of domystuff.com
realcontacts My Review of realcontacts
alumwire.com My Review of alumwire.com

Deadjournal My Review of Deadjournal
greatestjournal My Review of greatestjournal

phrasebase My Review of phrasebase
talkconmigo My Review of talkconmigo
Babbel My Review of Babbel

Legal Profession
lawyrs.net My Review of lawyrs.net
outside.in My Review of outside.in
ourfaves.com My Review of ourfaves.com
going.com My Review of going.com
fatdoor.com My Review of fatdoor.com
rummble.com My Review of rummble.com
jambo.net My Review of jambo.net
myneighbourhoods.co.uk My Review of myneighbourhoods.co.uk
echomyplace.com My Review of echomyplace.com
citizenbay My Review of citizenbay
CitySearch My Review of City Search

mediabistro.com My Review of mediabistro.com
sermo.com My Review of sermo.com
mycancerplace.com My Review of mycancerplace.com
nurselinkup.com My Review of nurselinkup.com

Respectance My Review of Respectance
Trooptube My Review of Trooptube
Community of Veterans My Review of Community of Veterans

myxer.com My Review of myxer.com
mobango.com My Review of mobango.com
jaiku.com My Review of jaiku.com
mozes.com My Review of mozes.com
dodgeball.com My Review of dodgeball.com
socialight.com My Review of socialight.com
loopt.com My Review of loopt.com
groovr.com My Review of groovr.com
rabble.com My Review of rabble.com
friendstribe.com My Review of friendstribe.com
gotzapp.com My Review of gotzapp.com
GyPSii My Review of GyPSii
ZYB My Review of ZYB
Fanbox My Review of Fanbox
zemble My Review of zemble
twitxr My Review of twitxr
Frengo My Review of Frengo
myGamma My Review of myGamma
plazes.com My Review of plazes.com
Brightkite My Review of BrightKite

Zoodango My Review of Zoodango
clubmom.com My Review of clubmom.com
cafemom.com My Review of cafemom.com
mayasmom.com My Review of mayasmom.com
minti.com My Review of minti.com
mothersclick.com My Review of mothersclick.com
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momjunction.com My Review of momjunction.com
moxie-moms.com My Review of moxie-moms.com
gotkidsnetwork.com My Review of gotkidsnetwork.com
Mommy Track’d My Review of Mommy
mumspace My Review of mumspace
OpMom My Review of OpMom
Raising Kids My Review of Raising Kids
raisingthem My Review of raisingthem
workitmom My Review of workitmom
circleofmoms My Review of circleofmoms

flixster.com My Review of flixster.com
spout.com My Review of spout.com
filmaffinity My Review of filmaffinity
filmtrust My Review of filmtrust
Jaman My Review of Jaman
criticker My Review of criticker

imeem.com My Review of imeem.com
mog.com My Review of mog.com
hiphopcrack.com My Review of hiphopcrack.com
cyloop.com My Review of cyloop.com
asoboo.com My Review of asoboo.com
hip-hop.net My Review of hip-hop.net
musichawk.com My Review of musichawk.com
bandchemistry.com My Review of bandchemistry.com
bandbuzz My Review of bandbuzz
buzznet My Review of buzznet
flyfi My Review of flyfi
indie911 My Review of indie911 aka Hoooka.com
jamendo My Review of jamendo
JukeBoxAlive My Review of JukeBoxAlive
Singin My Review of Singin

dontstayin.com My Review of dontstayin.com
aftertheclub.co.uk My Review of aftertheclub.co.uk

outdoorzy.com My Review of outdoorzy.com
thoos.com My Review of thoos.com

dogster.com My Review of dogster.com
catster.com My Review of catster.com
fuzzster.com My Review of fuzzster.com
mydogspace.com My Review of mydogspace.com
petster.com My Review of petster.com
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pikapet.com My Review of pikapet.com
hamsterster.com My Review of hamsterster.com
animalbuds.com My Review of animalbuds.com
doggysnaps My Review of doggysnaps
Funepets My Review of Funepets
PetWatch My Review of PetWatch
vivapets My Review of vivapets

fotolog.com My Review of fotolog.com
buzdeo.com My Review of buzdeo.com
agester.com My Review of agester.com
buddypic My Review of buddypic
hotornot My Review of hotornot
bubbleshare My Review of bubbleshare
DesiRater My Review of DesiRater
Lightstalkers My Review of Lightstalkers
Zoomr My Review of Zoomr

care2.com My Review of care2.com
my.barackobama.com My Review of my.barackobama.com
changingthepresent.org My Review of changingthepresent.org
takingitglobal.org My Review of  takingitglobal.org
change.org My Review of change.org
essembly.com My Review of essembly.com
FreedomSpeaks My Review of FreedomSpeaks

help.com My Review of help.com
Fluther My Review of Fluther

Real Estate
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trulia.com My Review of trulia.com
activerain.com My Review of activerain.com
ourbania My Review of ourbania
mydealbook My Review of mydealbook

beirutforever My Review of beirutforever
afriville My Review of afriville

shoutlife.com My Review of shoutlife.com
mychurch.org My Review of mychurch.org
spaces.muxlim.com My Review of spaces.muxlim.com
xianz.com My Review of xianz.com
blogs4god.com My Review of blogs4god.com
oaktreeidea.com My Review of oaktreeidea.com
BuddhistConnect My Review of BuddhistConnect
wondercafe My Review of wondercafe

chowhound.com My Review of chowhound.com
yelp.com My Review of yelp.com
epinions.com My Review of epinions.com
rateitall.com My Review of rateitall.com
Faves My Review of Faves
Qype My Review of Qype
Riffs My Review of Riffs
Tablefinder My Review of Tablefinder
Vanno.com My Review of Vanno
menutopia My Review of menutopia
dishola My Review of dishola
Jyte My Review of Jyte
bestuff! My Review of bestuff!
Trusty’sMy review of Trusty’s

Zeer My review of Zeer
nature.com My Review of nature.com
Scientific American My Review of Scientific American
SciVee My Review of SciVee

redflagdeals.com My Review of redflagdeals.com
thisnext.com My Review of thisnext.com
dealigg.com My Review of dealigg.com
zebo.com My Review of zebo.com
productwiki.com My Review of productwiki.com
myitthings.com My Review of myitthings.com
judysbook.com My Review of judysbook.com
iliketotallyloveit.com My Review of iliketotallyloveit.com
mystore.com My Review of mystore.com
boxedup.com My Review of boxedup.com
3luxe.com My Review of 3luxe.com
smashingdarling.com My Review of smashingdarling.com
shoppero.com My Review of shoppero.com
dealcomet.com My Review of dealcomet.com
agentb.com My Review of agentb.com
yub.com My Review of yub.com
salegrab.com My Review of salegrab.com
bringsome.com My Review of bringsome.com
coworkersads.com My Review of coworkersads.com
dawanda My Review of dawanda
etsy My Review of etsy
kaboodle My Review of kaboodle
ShopStyle My Review of ShopStyle
Wishpot My Review of Wishpot
woot My Review of woot
Zazzle My Review of Zazzle
FlugPo My Review of FlugPo

smokingpassions.com My Review of smokingpassions.com
migente.com My Review of migente.com
vostu.com My Review of vostu.com
quepasa.com My Review of quepasa.com

velospace.org My Review of velospace.org
fannation.com My Review of fannation.com
takkle.com My Review of takkle.com
berecruited.com My Review of berecruited.com
sportsvite.com My Review of sportsvite.com
actionprofiles.com My Review of actionprofiles.com
sportsmates.com My Review of sportsmates.com
bikespace.net My Review of bikespace.net
thehuntzone.com My Review of thehuntzone.com
bleacherreport My Review of bleacherreport
bouldr My Review of bouldr
fanspot My Review of fanspot
golflink My Review of golflink
isporty My Review of isporty
LocalReplay My Review of LocalReplay
pickupgame My Review of pickupgame
urban tailgate My Review of urban tailgate
PreChamps My Review of PreChamps
Ruggerspace My Review of Ruggerspace

student.com My Review of student.com
uloop.com My Review of uloop.com
graduates.com My Review of graduates.com
campusbug.com My Review of campusbug.com
ratemyprofessors.com My Review of ratemyprofessors.com
The quad My Review of the quad
b4class.com My Review of b4class.com
localschools.com My Review of localschools.com
myYearbook My Review of myYearbook
schoolster My Review of schoolster
thesquare My Review of thesquare
ConnectU My Review of ConnectU
zeeya.net My Review of zeeya.net
zinch My Review of zinch
LymaBean My Review of LymaBean
wasabi.com My Review of wasabi.com

Talent Showcase
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talentdatabase.com My Review of talentdatabase
thingsicando My Review of thingsicando
talicious My Review of talicious
ShowOffDemo My Review of ShowOffDemo

advogato.org My Review of advogato.org
cambrianhouse My Review of cambrianhouse
ebyte My Review of ebyte
fastcompany My Review of fastcompany
ittoolbox My Review of ittoolbox
NEObinaries My Review of NEObinaries
Slashdot My Review of Slashdot
StackOverflow My Review of StackOverflow
DotNetKicks My Review of DotNetKicks
My Review of DZone

varsityworld My Review of varsityworld
piczoinc.com My Review of piczoinc.com

Text Book Swap
pazap.com My Review of pazap.com
textbookrevolt.com My Review of textbookrevolt.com

Time Capsule
MyVtc My Review of MyVtc
OurStory My Review of OurStory
miomi My Review of miomi

traineo.com My Review of traineo.com
weendure.com My Review of weendure.com
ontri.com My Review of ontri.com

tripadvisore.com My Review of tripadvisore.com
wayn.com My Review of wayn.com
tribe.net My Review of tribe.net
wikitravel.org My Review of wikitravel.org
travellerspoint.com My Review of travellerspoint.com
travbuddy.com My Review of travbuddy.com
gusto.com My Review of gusto.com
matadortravel.com My Review of matadortravel.com
woophy.com My Review of woophy.com
everytrail.com My Review of everytrail.com
vibeagent.com My Review of vibeagent.com
tripconnect.com My Review of tripconnect.com
zoodango.com My Review of zoodango.com
couchsurfing.com My Review of couchsurfing.com
lovento.com My Review of lovento.com
iloho.com My Review of iloho.com
mytripbook.com My Review of mytripbook.com
triporama.com My Review of triporama.com
citytherapy.com My Review of citytherapy.com
traveltogether.com My Review of traveltogether.com
weexplore.net My Review of weexplore.net
bootsnall My Review of bootsnall
geotract My Review of geotract
goabroad.net My Review of goabroad.net
hereorthere My Review of hereorthere
holidaycheck My Review of holidaycheck
hospitalityclub My Review of hospitalityclub
igougo My Review of igougo.com
passportstamp My Review of passportstamp
realtravel My Review of Realtravel
Rrove My Review of Rrove
MeetingWave My Review of MeetingWave
travelpost My Review of travelpost
TripTie My Review of TripTie
Vcarious My Review of Vcarious
wayfaring My Review of wayfaring
WhereAreYou My Review of WhereAreYou

Video Games
greatgamesexperiment.com My Review of greatgamesexperiment.com
gamervision.com My Review of gamervision.com

corkd.com My Review of corkd.com
vinorati.com My Review of vinorati.com
bottletalk.com My Review of bottletalk.com
Winesocieties My Review of Winesocities
adegga My Review of adegga
Winelog My Review of Winelog
Winechatr My Review of Winechatr
MustLoveWine My Review of MustLoveWine
Snooth My Review of Snooth
Winedrip My Review of WInedrip
BottleNotes My Review of BottleNotes
Vinquire My Review of Vinquire

1000keyboards My Review of 1000keyboards
NovelMaker My Review of NovelMaker
Writers Cafe My Review of Writers Cafe