Come out tomorrow (Saturday, April 24) and catch me on a panel at 2:15 in NYC, at the e4 Eco Expo for Environmental Education. It's a unique, student-led event that should make anyone feel inspired by the next generation of green leaders. I've never had such an extensive pre-interview before a conference, by panel moderator (and high school student) Alex Peaslee. Based on Alex's thoughtful, challenging questions, it sounds like we're in for a great discussion!
Joining me on the panel, focused on green lifestyle, will be Karen Stewart Brown of Stewart + Brown green fashion, Julie Gilhart, the fashion director of Barneys New York, and Jane Iredale of Iredale Mineral Cosmetics.
There are lots of other great panels throughout the day, plus a keynote by EDF chief Fred Krupp and exhibits. The conference is FREE, which is great, and remember that it is organized by students, with support from Teens Turning Green, though you'd never guess that from the professionalism and quality of planning, as well as the lineup.
If you come, make sure to say hello!
e4 is at the Collegiate School at 260 West 78th Street (between Broadway and West End). Register and get full conference details.
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