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How does "going green" meet the needs of those most in need? When is the appropriate time and how do we bring sustainability principles to disenfranchised groups? These and other challenging questions will be the focus on January 14th's show. Join us for a lively and engaging discussion. Marketing sustainability to the urban set. How to make green appealing to a 19 year old single mom with 4 kids?
One Greener Radio airs live on Wednesdays at 10 AM Pacific / 12 Noon Central / 1 PM Eastern on The Green Talk Network. To access the show, log on at http://www.modavox.com/green. All shows will be available in Shane Snipes' Content Library on The Green Talk Network for on-demand and podcast download. The Green Talk Channel on VoiceAmerica and World Talk Radio Networks generate over 2 million unique visitors through their established network of online listeners.
Aimee Allison is the Media Project Manager for Green For All. Ms. Allison was an early advocate for green jobs as an Oakland city council candidate in 2006, a city that later created the first local Green Jobs Corps. As host and producer of KPFA radio's Morning Show, Aimee has discussed the green economy with top environmental and social justice leaders including Francis Lappe Moore and Winona LaDuke. She was honored by Helping Our Peninsula's Environment for providing the first San Francisco Bay Area news coverage of the aerial spraying of secret, untested pesticides on California communities. Aimee’s coverage led to the halt of the pesticide spraying in 2008. She was a featured speaker at the San Francisco Greenfest, Progressive Festival, and Craigslist Foundation. Aimee holds a BA and MA from Stanford University and lives in Oakland, CA.
Ilene Harvey has worked as an advocate for over 20 years for low income families, sexual assault/domestic violence victims and incarcerated youth. She founded a support group for women 17 years ago and still going strong. Harvey also established recycle and gardening programs to raise awareness in a hard to reach population. She is a graduate of Texas Tech University- Public Relations & Journalism. Harvey is currently practicing and encouraging others in the minority communities to think Green, and even gave green gifts to friends for the holidays - "to practice what I preach" as she heads the Transitional Housing Programs for the homeless and disabled for the Housing Authority of the City of Charleston.
Melissa Barnes developed women's and youth ministries, immunization drives and participated in service projects in the Philippines through nondenominational Churches of Christ in Georgia and North Carolina. She worked with an Early Intervention Program in Atlanta, GA bringing awareness of community resources to families with special needs children. In addition, Barnes created a Special Education Project geared towards fostering parental involvement in advocating rights of disabled children. Currently, she serves as Guardian Ad Litem for abused/neglected children, incarcerated and the disabled for Dorchester County, SC, is a Volunteer Attorney for Charleston Pro Bono Legal Services and is General Counsel for the Housing Authority of the City of Charleston.
One Greener Radio will focus on sustainability with lighthearted and enjoyable conversations. A goal will be to hear stories of change in communities.
Entertainment professionals play such an important role in getting the message out to about social change. We will see how each guest's projects expand the awareness of the ecology, ethics and economics. The talks will not be tech heavy, but will highlight lifestyle choices and simple ways to grow greener. We will talk about their work and current events, which relate to the issues important to our guests.
One Greener Radio is hosted by Shane Snipes, 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.
For additional information on One Greener, contact Shane Snipes at shane @ onegreener.com or visit http://www.onegreener.com. One Greener provides news and research into the the merging of technology and sustainability.
Contact Executive Producer Dave Kredell at 480-294-6409 for advertising / sponsorship information or other show details.
About One Greener:
One Greener is a marketing and training firm based in Seattle and Southern California with clients across the USA and Sweden. The firm specializes in green strategic planning using ISO 14001, LEED, Cradle to Cradle and the Natural Step methodologies. http://onegreener.com
About Green For All
Green For All is a national organization dedicated to building an inclusive green economy strong enough to lift people out of poverty. By advocating for local, state and federal commitment to job creation, job training, and entrepreneurial opportunities in the emerging green economy – especially for people from disadvantaged communities – Green For All fights both poverty and pollution at the same time. http://greenforall.org
About VoiceAmerica / Modavox:
(OTC.BB MDVX), Modavox is the leading producer and distributor of online talk radio content, streaming approximately 250 hours of live programs and scheduled replays weekly on its Modavox VoiceAmerica™ Network (http://www.voiceamerica.com ). Modavox, Inc. (http://www.modavox.com ) is a pioneer in internet broadcasting, producing and syndicating online audio and video, and offering innovative, effective and comprehensive online tools for reaching targeted niche communities worldwide. Through its patented Modavox Central™ technology, Modavox "takes the search out of search," delivering content straight to desktops and internet-enabled devices. Through its proprietary StreamSafe™, WebcastWizard™ and Stream Syndicate™ tools, Modavox provides managed access for live and on-demand internet broadcasting and syndication, content management, online meetings, event management, enterprise communications and distance learning.
Steve Nicholas from the City of Seattle's Sustainability Office explores economic, ecological, and ethical issues related to municipalities.
Nortel has long been known as an environmentally conscious company, but only recently have we also started talking up some of our energy efficiency advantages as well. Based in RTP, Rick heads up Nortel’s green efforts as part of his larger Corporate Responsibility role. Rick and I talked through how sustainability applies to business in terms of motivation and profits, as well as how Nortel stacks up to our competitors in energy efficiency. Listen to our conversation.
In just 2 minutes you can discover new ways to travel greener.
Listen to this interview with Michael Splinter talking about sustainability at Applied Materials. In 2003, Mike Splinter was named president and chief executive officer, as well as member of the Board of Directors of Applied Materials, the global leader in nanomanufacturing technology solutions for the electronics industry.
|Solar By applying our four decades of thin film on silicon experience to the manufacturing of solar modules, the total volume of solar panels manufactured each year can be vastly increased. At the same time, Applied Materials' products are aimed at reducing the cost per watt of energy produced, to become more competitive with current electricity generation.|
|Glass Glass allows light into our homes and offices while also allowing us to see the world around us. However, plain glass is not the best solution because in the summer it lets heat in, and in the winter it lets heat out. Low emission coated glass can have a major impact in reducing solar heat gain, or winter heat loss, with a corresponding benefit in lowering fuel consumption and green house gas emissions.|
|Lighting Applied Materials, working with partners in the European OPAL program, are exploring the use of Organic Light Emitting Diode (OLED) structures. The future of OLED is being evaluated as well as other lighting technologies that can produce the light needed while using far less energy each day.|
|Alternative Energies Applied's expertise is the application of very precise, thin films to substrates at high manufacturing volumes, low defect levels, low manufacturing cost with high yields. Applied Materials' Adjacent programs are exploratory in nature, seeking opportunities to utilize our four decades in thin film applications in new ways.|
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