Do you consider yourself an environmentalist?
Do you want to be an environmentalist?
If the answer to either of these questions is "yes" or even a lukewarm "maybe," you may be struggling with the fact that living in accordance with your environmental values is supposed to take time, effort and money. Plus, with a lineup of holidays on the horizon, tis the season to be busy!
Get off on the right foot in 2011 with a prep talk from Josh Dorfman, a.k.a. The Lazy Environmentalist.
Dorfman insists that being an environmentalist, conserving energy, being green -- whatever you want to call it -- doesn't take more time, effort or money than being, well, not an environmentalist. How does this work? And is it true? Dorfman explains his theory and how people can apply it to their lives on The Lazy Environmentalist, his TV show on the Sundance Channel, through his two books and on his public radio show.
But, Dorfman will be making the same pitch right here on the Western Slope!
Come to the Old Rock Library in Crested Butte (507 Maroon) at 7 PM tomorrow (Thursday the 9th) to hear Dorfman speak.
This event is free & open to the public and snacks will be present.
If you can't make it, check out this video and visit the site to start learning more about how you can become an environmentalist without lifting a finger...