Green Schools National Network, Honest C-Tea-O & Health Corps Talk Sustainability, Healthy Foods, and Drinks for Students








Diana Dehm, host of Sustainability News and Entertainment, discusses green schools and healthy food options with this week’s guests.


First up is Jim McGrath, Co-Founder and Executive Director of the Green Schools National Network. The Green Schools National network is responsible for bringing key stakeholders together at the Green Schools National Conference. At this annual conference students, teachers, businesses, government, policy makers, non-profits, administrators, parents and educational leaders come together to learn how we are creating green schools for our next generation by educating and empowering our youth.


Following Jim is Seth Goldman, President and CTO of Honest Tea, the first organic and Fair Trade bottled tea, now owned by Coca-Cola. Seth discusses why the company is dedicated to providing sustainable beverages to school children, as well as Honest Tea’s commitment to honesty.


We wrap things up with Dr. Shawn Hayes, Chief Academic Officer and Director of Research and Education of Health Corps.  Health Corps is a non-profit that was founded by Dr. Oz in an effort to fight childhood obesity. Health Corps trains recent college graduates to facilitate wellness programs in high schools around the United States in an effort to change the wellness culture of schools. Health Corps activates and empowers students through health education so they are ready and able to tackle issues concerning health and sustainability.


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Christine Soboleski, Sustainability News and Entertainment Talk Radio Correspondent








Connecting the Dots Between Sustainabilty, Entertaiment, and the American Dream


 







Join Diana Dehm, Host of Sustainability News & Entertainment Talk Radio and two fascinating guests as they discuss sustainable media and entertainment, the nexus between creating sustainable communities, and how sustainable development can provide opportunities for the United States to rediscover the American Dream.  


First up is Nicole Hansen, Founder and President of Green Galaxy Enterprises. Green Galaxy Enterprises is a renewable energy consulting business focused on building partnerships among green technology companies, the entertainment industry, governments, educational institutions, and nonprofits. Nicole discuses how she has linked business, entertainment and sustainability together through utilizing her background in film and entertainment, as well has key moments which have lead to the development of her business concept.


Following Nicole is Dr. Woodrow Clark II, a long-time advocate for the environment and renewable energy,  an internationally recognized author, lecturer, public speaker and advisor specializing in sustainable communities. Dr. Clark was one of the contributing scientists to the work of the United Nations Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (UNIPCC) which as an organization was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize in December 2007. Dr. Clark discusses his book “The Green Industrial Revolution”, the economics behind sustainable development, and as his vision of what it really means to be a sustainable community.


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