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Watch: Olivia Zaleski at the Clinton Global Initiative
Green television host highlights moments from last week's conference -- and the people and projects working to make a difference for the planet.
Mon, Sep 27, 2010 at 03:19 PM
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Olivia Zaleski, the recent host of the CNN and Fortune magazine's Emmy-nominated series, "Business of Green," partnered with documentary filmmaker Gabriel London to hit the Clinton Global Initiative last week and spotlight some of the key green moments from the event.
The behind-the-scenes look was sponsored by outdoor footwear and apparel company Timberland, a company that in recent years has become a leader in sustainable business and environmental protection.
"CGI is an inspiring, action-oriented meeting, and we want to share the excitement and real progress generated at this event with people across the country," said Mike Harrison, Timberland's chief brand officer. "Timberland will continue to engage in educating people on key issues affecting our world and environment, and we hope to motivate consumers to turn their own ideas into action."
Zaleski interviewed a number of stars in the green scene — including Arianna Huffington, Lauren Bush, Treehugger founder Graham Hill, and Sierra Club President Carl Pope. You can take a look at one of the videos in the series below or hit Timberland's YouTube channel for more.
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