#1214: Mallory Sustick of Plovgh

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Features Community Manager Mallory Sustick of Plovgh, a Brooklyn-based farmshare organization that connects farmers and consumers, allowing consumers to pick up their choice of farm-fresh foods in their neighborhood, the same day it was picked.

 

 

 

#1214: Mallory Sustick of Plovgh

#1213: Activist and Musician Mitch Margo

Mitch-Margo-The-Many-Shades-of-GreenFeatures Mitch Margo, an activist, and professional singer/songwriter since age 14. His band The Tokens, recorded 1961 billboard #1 hit “The Lion Sleeps Tonight,” and continues to record and perform today.

 

 

 

 

#1213: Activist and Musician Mitch Margo

#1212: Peter Rugh of OWS Environmental Solidarity Workgroup

Peter-Rugh-Environmental-Solidarity-Workgroup-The-Many-Shades-of-GreenFeatures Peter Rugh, facilitator of the Occupy Wall Street Environmental Solidarity WorkGroup and chair of the action committee to shut down Indian Point nuclear plant.

 

 

 

 

 

 

#1212: Peter Rugh of OWS Environmental Solidarity Workgroup

#1211: Activist Phil Margo

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Features Phil Margo, musician and author of the science fiction novel The Null Quotient.

 

 

 

 

#1211: Activist Phil Margo

#1210: Adam Friedman of Pratt Center for Community Development

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Features Adam Friedman, Director of the Pratt Center for Community Development.

 

 

 

 

#1210: Adam Friedman of Pratt Center for Community Development

#1209: Kate Zadar or Newton Creek Alliance and Phillip Musegaas of Riverkeeper

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Features Kate Zadar of Newtown Creek Alliance and Phillip Musegaas, Hudson River Program Director for Riverkeeper.

 

 

#1209: Kate Zadar or Newtown Creek Alliance and Phillip Musegaas of Riverkeeper

#1208: Vaidila Kungys of Ride the City

Vaidila-Kungys-Ride-the-City-The-Many-Shades-of-GreenFeatures Vaidila Kungys, co-founder of Ride The City, a website that helps you find safer bike routes in cities by avoiding roads that aren’t meant for biking and maximizing bike-friendly streets.

 

 

 

 

#1208: Vaidila Kungys of Ride the City

#1206: Activist and Musician Ray Korona

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Features musician and activist Ray Korona. Korona writes stirring folk and folk rock songs about working, the environment, peace and social justice along with heartfelt songs of love and friendship.

 

 

 

 

 

#1206: Activist and Musician Ray Korona

#1205: Donna Stein of NYC Friends of Clearwater

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Features Donna Stein, President of NYC Friends of Clearwater, which is a chartered sloop club that teaches people to protect the Hudson River and related waterways through education, advocacy and celebration.

 

 

 

#1205: Donna Stein of NYC Friends of Clearwater

#1204: Rick Ulfik of We the World

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Features Rick Ulfik, the Founder and Director of We The World, a non-profit organization that develops global networks of collaboration and organizes large public gatherings to build mass involvement in the work of creating a peaceful, caring, sustainable world.

 

 

 

 

 

#1204: Rick Ulfik of We the World

#1203: Jeff Hittner of Ethikus

Jeff-Hittner-Ethikus-Shop-Your-Values-Week-The-Many-Shades-of-GreenFeatures Jeff Hittner, co-founder of Ethikus, a blog and online community of ethical consumers that support stores and restaurants that are doing good.

 

 

 

 

 

 

#1203: Jeff Hittner of Ethikus

#1201: Anjie Cho of the Lower East Side Ecology Center

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Features Anjie Cho, founder of Holistic Spaces, a practice focusing on creating interiors with a focus on holistic design. She also manages EcoBizNYC, a program of the Lower East Side Ecology Center.

 

 

 

 

 

#1201: Anjie Cho of the Lower East Side Ecology Center