When his girlfriend kicks him out, a repentant young man tries to woo her back by serenading her with his trusty guitar.
Two separate lives. An average Joe's true profession and passion are revealed in a single spontaneous sensual moment.
Chris Martin, CEO of CF Martin Guitars, talks about deforestation and his company's commitment to sustainable manufacturing.
Author Josh Drofman of the Lazy Environmentalist talks about his eco-friendly furniture store Vivavi.
Michael Gainer talks about his store Buffalo Reuse.
Jennifer Pramuk talks about destructive frog fungus created by global warming at the Bronx Zoo.
Mark Spellen, founder of Plenty, talks about his environmentally conscious magazine.
Bob Kantor, founder of EcoHanger, talks about how his business replaces dry cleaner's wire hangers with biodegradable paper hangers.
Mayor Daniel Malloy of Stamford, CT seeks to spread environmental awareness, by finding ways to save money and the environment at the same time.
Two entrepreneurs figure out how to make solar panels more affordable.
Wheelchair-bound grandpa may be 95 years old, but he's still young at heart.
Mike Benziger talks about water recycling in his vineyards.
Joe Sprouls gives a tour of Citigoup's first Green Sky Scraper.
Greening business is big business.
Mayor Martin Chavez of Albuquerque, NM expresses his excitement for multiple climate changing initiatives ranging using alternative fuels to planting trees as part of the "Releaf" Act.
Director Trent Carlson provides commentary for his film DIRTY DOG.
Clip from the Archbishop Desmond Tutu + Sir Richard Branson episode of Iconoclasts, Season 4.
Marcus Eriksen discusses inspiring environmental change and his mission to sail a boat built from recycled waste.
Clip from the Stella McCartney + Ed Ruscha episode of Iconoclasts, Season 4.
An unlovable Frenchman has 10 days to produce a best friend or lose an expensive bet in this lighthearted romp from director Patrice Leconte.
A professor at the Mailman School of Public Heath at Columbia University, Dickson Despommier knows there's a problem with current farming practices. What can be done to avoid this impending disaster? His solution is Vertical Farming. The concept of indoor farming is not new, since hothouse production of tomatoes, a wide variety of herbs, and other produce has been in vogue for some time. An entirely new approach to indoor farming must be invented, employing cutting edge technologies. The Vertical Farm must be efficient (cheap to construct and safe to operate). Vertical farms, many stories high, will be situated in the heart of the world's urban centers. If successfully implemented, they offer the promise of urban renewal, sustainable production of a safe and varied food supply (year-round crop production), and the eventual repair of ecosystems that have been sacrificed for horizontal farming.
Josh speaks to interior designer Robert Passal about VOCs and how they drastically worsen indoor air quality due to off-gassing.
The owners of The Lovin' Cup in New York City learn about sustainable liquors from Josh and allow him to take over the bar for a night.
Season 3, Episode 7 - Big Ideas for a Small Planet
Director Mark McKinney provides commentary for his film NOT PRETTY, REALLY.
Director Theodore Ushev provides commentary for his film SOU.
Sundance Channel on-demand Insider's Guide - August 2008.
Clip from the Tony Hawk + Jon Favreau episode of Iconoclasts, Season 4.
Michael Hurwitz discusses the importance of farmer's markets in different communities.
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