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Green Is Good – Radio Interview

November 4, 2010

Eco Consulting * Eco Media’s Paige Donner –

and Owens Corning’s Joe Arrigo

October 29, 2010  Green IS Good Radio Program

 

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Paige Donner Owens Cornings Joe Arrigo and Paige DonnerPaige Donner wears many eco-hats: humanitarian, filmmaker, journalist, founder of the Green Blog Network and more. While Donner is based in Los Angeles, she travels all over the globe, investigating how the media conveys eco-news and awareness.

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“We’re all together on this planet,” Donner says. “[We share] more similarities than differences. It’s not that you have to be perfectly green — none of us are going to be perfect. I think a lot of people think ‘green’ and become self-critical instead of self-praising.”

In particular, Donner is interested in the greening process in Hollywood — both on the production and awareness side. She says that more Hollywood stars are going green without being pigeonholed for it — a sign that the eco-movement is finally being embraced as a culturally accepted norm.

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Joe Arrigo Owens Corning Owens Cornings Joe Arrigo and Paige Donner

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Green Is Good Radio Program: Hosted by John Shegerian and Mike Brady on Clear Channel.

Joe Arrigo, the Building Science Leader for Owens Corning, visits “Green is Good” to discuss the iconic building materials company’s new eco-projects.

Owens Corning is the original manufacturer of Fiberglas, the insulation material used in millions of homes worldwide. Arrigo points out that Fiberglas pays for itself 12 times over in the first year following installation. Now the company’s Energy Complete system, launched in 2009, is leading the energy-efficiency and insulation industries.

“On average, [Owens Corning] saves the homeowner 30% [on energy costs],” Arrigo reveals. “Domestically, energy costs are probably going to significantly go up in the near future, and we want to make sure that we’re making buildings more efficient.”

John Shegerian & Mike Brady

John Shegerian and his Electronic Recycling Co. was featured recently in Fortune Magazine

“Green is Good,” hosted by Electronic Recyclers International’s John Shegerian and Mike Brady, is America’s No. 1 green radio show that features people and organizations that are making a green difference. Join John and Mike as they discuss go-green initiatives, green-collar jobs, sustainability practices, environmental issues, recycling, reuse and more with some of the green world’s most influential people.

Broadcast weekly on Clear Channel Radio Network, “Green is Good” highlights hot topics in the green world, and offers advice, suggestions, information and solutions from green experts. Join the go-green movement today.

Innovative, practical and entertaining… I love what’s been created with our “Green is Good” show… We are fortunate enough to have one of the most knowledgeable and dynamic entrepreneurs in the country in John Shegerian, to deliver this most important message on our Clear Channel stations and world wide web sites. This show delivers the country’s most knowledgeable and cutting edge environmental savvy business owners and professionals that can be heard anywhere… green is good, is great, I’m proud of it.

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One Comment leave one →
  1. November 18, 2010 19:52

    give me green now

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