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A Top 5 ad-supported green media site born on Earth Day 2007, TheDailyGreen.com is a consumer's guide to green living, with daily news, tips, recipes, features and more. In 2007, TheDailyGreen.com was named Best New Site in the annual min Best of the Web awards. In 2010, TheDailyGreen.com was voted "Best Blog" by readers in the annual Best of Green Awards. In 2011, TheDailyGreen.com joined forces with Good Housekeeping and the Green Good Housekeeping Seal on an exciting new content partnership.
The annual Heart of Green Awards honor individuals, businesses and organizations that, like TheDailyGreen.com, are helping to make green go mainstream. In 2009 and 2010, TheDailyGreen.com celebrated its awards with star-studded ceremonies at at the Hearst Tower in Manhattan (see video at right). In 2011, the awards' scope expanded with many more categories, more winners and more audience participation - with the advent of online voting.
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Founded by Deborah Jones Barrow, TheDailyGreen.com's editorial team is lead by senior editor Dan Shapley, an award-winning environmental journalist. Follow him on Twitter: @danshapley. TheDailyGreen.com's regular contributors, past and present, include:
Selene Aparicio, editorial intern
Karen Berner, food editor
David Biello, contributor
Gloria Dawson, editor, photographer and blogger extraordinaire
Jim DiPeso, The Green Conservative
Kim Flottum, The Beekeeper
Julie Gerstein, freelance editor
Emma Grady, contributor
Alex Hallatt, author of Arctic Circle
Amelia Harnish, editorial intern
Brian Clark Howard, editor par excellence
Shauna James Ahern, The Gluten-Free Girl
Michael de Jong, The Zen Cleaner
Leslie Land, The Green Grower
Diane MacEachern, of Big Green Purse
David Montalvo, editorial intern
Jim Motavalli, of Driving Directions
Annie Bell Muzaurieta, food editor
Marion Nestle, of What to Eat
Kate Peake, community coordinator
Jeffrey M. Smith, editorial intern
Ned Sullivan, of Backyard Matters
Carol Thompson, editorial intern
Tommi Lewis Tilden, covering The Green Carpet in Hollywood
Starre Vartan, contributor Elizabeth Wolfe, editorial intern
Jeff Yeager, The Green Cheapskate
Olivia Zaleski, contributor
Lexy Zissu, contributor
TheDailyGreen.com also works with non-profit partners, including NRDC, National Audubon Society, the American Lung Association, SafeLawns.org, Environmental Health News and others.
TheDailyGreen.com.com is published by Hearst Digital Media, a unit of Hearst Magazines. The people who support TheDailyGreen.com throughout Hearst Digital Media are too numerous to name -- it's a lot, and we thank them.
Hearst Corporation, the parent company of Hearst Magazines, is a green leader in its industry. In 2006, Hearst built the first LEED Gold-certified office tower in New York City; in 2005 it partnered with the State of California, California Rangeland Trust and American Land Conservancy to form the largest conservation easement in history (82,000 acres) in San Simeon, Calif.; and it continues to work with the magazine industry to boost recycling rates.
TheDailyGreen.com's editors are available to speak on a wide variety of topics, from the basics of going green to the breaking news of the day.
TheDailyGreen.com's editors have been interviewed for a number of media reports for print, radio, television and the Web. TheDailyGreen.com's editors and writers have appeared on the Today Show, Live with Regis & Kelly, ABC News, NBC News, Fox Business News and other national television shows. TheDailyGreen.com has been quoted in the New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, O - the Oprah Magazine, Seventeen and many other print publications. TheDailyGreen.com has been a sponsor of Good and Green, the Go Green Expo, Going Green Film Festival, NYC Wildflower Week and other events.
TheDailyGreen.com works with a small number of unpaid interns who receive course credits through their colleges and universities. Details.
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