Posts Tagged ‘redesign food’

Green Think #22 – Healthy Food, Healthy Relating = Healthy Planet

Wednesday, July 15th, 2009

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Jessica Prentice

Jessica Prentice is the highlighted guest this week and she brings her story of co-founding a worker-owned community kitchen in Berkeley, California. She presents a compelling case for why we need to change our growing, buying and eating habits. She and her partners have created a program that creates healthy food and healthy connecting and contributes to a healthy planet.

Visit her website at

The WOA Baby this week supports the need to redesign the way we relate to food and suggests that we are looking in the wrong places to solve our economic crisis.

Enjoy it…and let us know what you think.

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Green Think #7 – Fashion, Food and Fun

Thursday, April 2nd, 2009

This episode of Green Think features Starre Vartan, author of “The Eco-Chick’s Guide to Life” and Christine LeMay, Career Counselor and Food/Fun Master of Clothes Swaps for recycling our closets.

Listen to Starre and Christine now…


Starre Vartan

Starre Vartan shares her expertise about how to shop fashionably and eco-ly. Don’t miss her thoughts about how to be stylin and sustainable.

The book is an amazing resource with compelling facts for why to go green, and also how and where to find what you need.

Starre can be reached at

Christine LeMay

Christine LeMay is known around town as the “Queen of Networking.” She takes that skill, and creates a fun and fabulous event where women gather, share food, enjoy conversation and business, and recycle their closets. Christine lets us know that with a little space and a desire to have fun, it comes together pretty easily.

Christine is also an inspiring speaker and wonderful career counselor and can be reached at

Hope you are inspired…

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Green Think #4 – Redesigning with food, happiness and cars

Wednesday, March 11th, 2009

Listen to Anne and Josephine now…


Anne Fischer Silva

Anne Fischer Silva provides a frame for redesigning how we think about what we eat.

She also has a WOA Baby statistic to share about our sugar consumption.

You can reach Anne at

Josephine Doig

Transformational artist, Josephine Doig, has an inspiration story for how she has redesigned her transportation issue, and shares her courageous decision to “walk her talk.”

Check out her website at

This episode also includes some surprising findings regarding the science of happiness. It may help you change perspectives on the state of the economy…listen in!

Eat, walk, and be happy!

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