Even Environmentalists Can Be Lazy
Josh Dorfman, friend of Green Living Consulting, is reaching green stardom on his new show that aired on the Sundance Channel this evening based on his blog and book The Lazy Environmentalist. Why we like this show:
- it shows real people getting a first-time introduction to green;
- it starts with simple, practical solutions to integrating green practices into daily home and work life (if you are already a greenie, this may not be the show for you but one you can recommend to friends and family you’ve had a hard time getting to jump on the green band wagon);
- it puts things in perspective – one person or family’s reduction in trash, multiplied by many families, over many days, weeks, etc can have a big impact.
Get some insider views on Josh’s take on environmentalism in his recent interview with Reuter’s. One point he makes is that green doesn’t have to be expensive and that environmentalists shouldn’t make people feel bad for their lifestyle choices. We couldn’t agree more. Green living should be a choice people make because they feel good about it, both for the planet and themselves. We aim to join Josh and others in inspringing people to adopt eco-practices that easily integrate into their every day life and that are affordable and purposeful.
be well. live green.