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June 5, 2006

E Magazine 

Norwalk, CT

Jim Motavalli - Editor
Brian Howard - Managing Editor
Timothy Bleasdale - Intern
Adrian Larose - Intern



Topic: INTERVIEW - PART 1 - GLOBAL WARMING

Questions:
Part A. What is E Magazine's approach to global warming? What are "points of light"? How has Iceland become a test case for the "hydrogen economy"?
Part B.
How is the hydrogen program in Iceland becoming institutionalized? How does Sweden propose to become "fossil fuel free" by 2020?
Part C.
What is happening at the grass roots level in Africa to counter the effects of global warming? What is the "greenbelt movement"?
Part D.
What type of "cool initiatives" are going on in the United States at the local level?

Persons
: Jim Motavalli, Editor, E Magazine & Brian Howard, Managing Editor, E Magazine, Norwalk, CT
Link: www.emagazine.com

Date & Length: June 5, 2006; Part A - 165 secs, Part B - 160 secs, Part C - 151 secs, Part D - 160 secs
Keywords: environmental, global warming, points of light, Iceland, hydrogen economy, fossil fuel free, Africa, greenbelt movement, Kyoto Treaty
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Jim Motavalli
Editor
E Magazine
Part 1

Brian Howard
Managing Editor
E Magazine
Part 1


Topic: INTERVIEW - PART 2 - ENVIRONMENTALISM

Questions:
Part E. Are there any objections to green projects such as offshore wind farms?
Part F.
What are the prospects for "hybrid plugin" technology?
Part G.
How do you view the concept of "environmentalism" today as compared with 30 years ago?
Part H.
Do you see a fundamental change in the corporate community in integrating environmental factors into their business philosophy and operations? For example, what type of changes have taken place in the garment industry and the coffee industry?

Persons
: Jim Motavalli, Editor, E Magazine & Brian Howard, Managing Editor, E Magazine, Norwalk, CT
Link: www.emagazine.com

Date & Length: June 5, 2006; Part E - 178 secs, Part F - 157 secs, Part G - 297 secs, Part H - 351 secs
Keywords: offshore wind farm, nimby, hyrid plugin technology, environmentalism, corporate community, environmetal factors, garment industry, coffee industry
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Jim Motavalli
Editor
E Magazine
Part 2

Brian Howard
Managing Editor
E Magazine
Part 2


Topic: INTERVIEW - PART 3 - ENVIRONMENTAL TRENDS & ENVIRONMENTAL EDUCATION

Questions:
Part I. Is there a disconnect in consumer research on what people want and what they tell corporate research companies? How can consumers express their demand for green products? How does E Magazine cover "green living" products?
Part J.
What is the status of environmental issues, such as clean water and clean air, today relative to to 30 years ago? What environmental areas are moving backwards? Why are asthma rates rising?
Part K.
Do you think our younger generations are learning positive environmental concepts? What is your vision for the future in a best case scenario? Where can people find additional information on environmental issues?
Part L.
How has the diversification and growth of the environmental movement impacted areas, such the minig community of Butte, Montana? How are new design concepts, such as "cradle to cradle," related to environmentalism?

Persons
: Jim Motavalli, Editor, E Magazine & Brian Howard, Managing Editor, E Magazine, Norwalk, CT
Link: www.emagazine.com

Date & Length: June 5, 2006; Part I - 308 secs, Part J - 276 secs, Part K - 178 secs, Part L - 196 secs
Keywords: consumer research, green products, green living, clean water, clean air, environmental issues, asthma, environmental movement, younger generation, mining, design concepts, cradle to cradle
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Jim Motavalli
Editor
E Magazine
Part 3

Brian Howard
Managing Editor
E Magazine
Part 3


Topic: INTERVIEW - INTERNS AT E MAGAZINE

Questions:
Part A. Timothy Bleasdale - How did you develop an interest in environmental journalism? What projects are you working on at E Magazine?
Part B. How did you get involved in environmental journalism? Are there specific issues that you have a personal interest in covering for the magazine?

Persons
: Timothy Bleaasdale & Adrian Larose, Interns, E Magazine, Norwalk, CT
Link: www.emagazine.com

Date & Length: June 5, 2006; Part A - 155 secs, Part B - 184 secs
Keywords: environmental journalism
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Timothy Bleasdale
Intern
EMagazine

Adrian Larose
Intern
EMagazine


E's Mission Statement
E Magazine was formed for the purpose of acting as a clearinghouse of information, news and commentary on environmental issues for the benefit of the general public and in sufficient depth to involve the dedicated environmentalist. It is our intent to inform and inspire individuals who have concerns about the environment and want to know what they can do to help bring about improvements In doing so, we hope to advance ecological perspectives, increase attention paid to issues and enlist great popular support for environmental protection efforts.

To subscribe to E Magazine, please go to: www.emagazine.com
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