LOHAS: Eileen O’Neill, of Discovery Channel’s Planet Green.

Via on Jul 8, 2008

Media is the Key to Changing the World.
Eileen O’Neill – President of Discovery’s Planet Green Network (http://planetgreen.com)

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8 Responses to “LOHAS: Eileen O’Neill, of Discovery Channel’s Planet Green.”

  1. admin says:

    Eileen oughta be Obama’s VP pick.

    She’s kick-ass, green-minded, no nonsense and pioneering, man.

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