Thursday, March 3, 2011
This week, NEMO Ambassador, Alison Gannett, was interviewed by James Mills over at The Joy Trip Project. The Joy Trip Project is a news gathering and reporting organization that covers outdoor recreation, environmental conservation, acts of charitable giving and practices of sustainable living. JTP produces a regular online podcast on topics related to the sustainable active lifestyle. Combining creative storytelling with music, photography and video, JTP is entertaining and inspiring while informative.
In his interview with Alison, James asks what personal steps she has taken towards living a more sustainable lifestyle and what she thinks are the most important things each of us can do to save money, energy and lessen our footprint. You may be surprised by her answers.
And while a few from the office are enjoying the sun and surf in Nicaragua this week, I'm heading to Alison's Rippin Chix Aspen clinic for some much-needed powder skiing. ~Kate