Simran Sethi: the Face of Green Media.

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With appearances on NBC, Oprah, Ellen Degeneres, Live Earth, The Today Show, Martha Stewart, Sundance: The Green and in Vanity Fair, Professor Simran Sethi is the preeminent “Green journalist” in mass media today.

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29 Responses to “Simran Sethi: the Face of Green Media.”

  1. Alice Lieberman says:

    I think Simran Sethi is the best thing going in enviro journalism today. She did a series called Greensburg Greentown, about the Kansas town hit by a tornado that is rebuilding green that was fabulous, and very underreported, IMHO. I think she is just great.

  2. Heather says:

    For more of what Simran is currently up to, check out her recent series on The Huffington Post, which chronicles the impact of the simplest daily rituals (coffee, cigarettes, newspaper…)

  3. admin says:

    Wow. She blew me out of the water. It was like taking batting practice with Mickey Mantle…the most humbling interview I’ve done since, for whatever reason, Anne Waldman, the post-Beat Feminist poet, at one of our first elevisions.

    Mother Earth, check!

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  5. […] check it all out here. Or, you can just check out our fave, the lovely sharp green media darling, Simran Sethi—who’s doing a column for HuffPo (I recommend you subscribe) in addition to appearing […]

  6. Simran says:

    Thanks for a great intv and for the kind words.
    It is an honor to be in the company of Anne Waldman. Here’s a poem for the occasion by one of my favorite poets.
    Simran xo

    The Wise Man

    I seek out the wise man
    to ask if he can help me with my burdens,
    and he smiles gently, asks me
    to sit down, pours a glass of cool water
    then tells this story.

    Two men who had to cross a river
    were lucky enough to find a raft
    and used it to make the crossing.
    On the other side one man hauled the raft
    out of the water, lifted it onto his shoulders,
    staggered down the path:
    I must carry it in case I need it again.
    The companion said:
    I use what I need, then leave it behind.

    I thank the old man, then hoist ten rafts
    onto my shoulders, set off down the road.

    Brian Daldorph

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  10. […] of Bioneers by the Bay (w/coolness king Van Jones of Green for All, and ever-awesome CNBC green journalist Simran Sethi) and yours truly of Shaping Youth headed to hear author Richard Louv, 2008 Audubon Medalist, as […]

  11. […] where the paraffin gasses and chemicals go to when they burn. You can find all the details here, in Simran Sethi’s latest LifeCycle installment. Apparently, a burning a few paraffin candles in your […]

  12. […] Eco-star Simran Sethi at LOHAS with organizer Ted Ning. Below: Our Farmers’ Market tee at the Brookline […]

  13. […] below can be found on The Huffington Post, in an article I co-wrote (!) with the illustrious Simran Sethi. Check out the videos below, from Seventh Generation’s webcast of “Toxic Chemicals and […]

  14. […] show rise out of our 5280-elevation thin air. So it’s up to you, Ben. Arianna. Redford. Simran. Sara. Olivia. SRO. Glatzer. […]

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  16. […] who’s now working with Simran Sethi—who was on Oprah last week discussing more or less the same green stuff she was five years […]

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