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Not Everything That Counts Can Be Counted: Climate And Mental Health

According to Einstein "Not everything that counts can be counted." This is one of Dr. Lise Van Susteren's favorite quotes. I can see why as it perfectly encapsulates her work and presentation during the 2017 Climate and Health Meeting. Dr. Van Susteren's presentation has stayed with me, and continues to touch me deeply. She is [...]

June 12th, 2017|Climate Change|0 Comments

FRESH TALK at the National Museum for Women in the Arts

I have the honor of speaking at FRESH TALK - How can the arts inspire environmental advocacy? at the National Museum of Women in the Arts today. Joining the conversation with me are Amy Lipton,  independent curator and co-director of ecoartspace; Miranda Massie, director of the Climate Museum, New York; Jacqui Patterson, director, Environmental and [...]

May 21st, 2017|Events, Take Action|0 Comments

Accepting The Science Of Climate Change

Scientific discipline is the means by which we understand our physical and natural world. Through observation and experimentation we gain a better understanding of ourselves, and with each generation improve the quality of life of all the world’s peoples. Approximately 5,500 years ago humanity invented the wheel; 2,200 hundred years ago the Chinese invented paper; [...]

April 24th, 2017|Climate Change|0 Comments

Join the Sustainable Tourism Revolution

I was shocked when I found out the travel industry generates nearly 10 percent of the world’s GDP and rising each year. People are travelling and travelling more often. Tourism employs 1 of every 11 people in the world. Along with economic impact, travel presents opportunities for growth, learning and the exchange of ideas. Travel [...]

January 11th, 2017|Family, Going Green|0 Comments

25th Captain Planet Foundation Gala to Honor Ian Somerhalder!

SUPERHERO FOR EARTH AWARD RECIPIENT Ian Somerhalder is an actor, environmentalist and humanitarian currently starring as Damon Salvatore in the eighth and final season of the CW hit television series THE VAMPIRE DIARIES. In addition to acting in the show, Somerhalder also took on the role as director in season 7 and will do so [...]

November 23rd, 2016|Take Action|0 Comments

Feeding the Future Takes Center Stage at EAT Food Forum

We've all heard the saying "You are what you eat." If you eat unhealthy foods, you'll inevitably be unhealthy. I'd like to take it one step further. It's not just what food you eat, but how it ended up on your plate. Is the apple you're eating sprayed with pesticides? An apple is a great [...]

October 28th, 2016|Events|0 Comments

Amphibian Conservation Is Hopping in Atlanta

What if I told you there was an entire underground world below you right now? The frogs you may see in your backyard are a tiny portion of the amphibian world surrounding you. According to Mark Mandica, amphibian conservation coordinator at the Atlanta Botanical Garden (ABG), "If you weighed all the spotted salamanders they'd weigh [...]

August 24th, 2016|Going Green, Take Action|0 Comments

Watch Racing Extinction: It Will Change the Way You View the World

On December, 2, 2015 Discovery Channel premiered Louis Psihoyos’ new film,Racing Extinction, in 220 countries around the world. This riveting film covers the planet’s sixth and currently ongoing mass extinction, named the Anthropocene Extinction, which is largely the result of mankind. Psihoyos details what many scientists and experts believe are the causes behind this vast [...]

June 25th, 2016|Going Green, Take Action|0 Comments

Nora Pouillon – My Organic Life

I had the pleasure of hosting my good friend Nora Pouillon for a book signing of her memoir My Organic Life: How a Pioneering Chef Helped Shape the Way We Eat Today. She is the owner of Restaurant Nora, one of the best restaurants in the country. They have an unbelievable ethic for procuring, preparing [...]

March 24th, 2016|Events|0 Comments

Photo Ark: One Man’s Journey to Save the World’s Most Endangered Species

Each and every one of Earth’s creatures are precious. Even those that are covered in scales, have eight legs or are as small as a thumbnail. We saw the world’s uproar in 2015 when Cecil the Lion was killed illegally by a trophy hunter. But it does not matter whether majestic and beloved or forgotten about [...]

March 22nd, 2016|Going Green|0 Comments