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Reviewed by Harmonious Living   
Wednesday, 04 October 2006

Treehugger TVI'm relatively new to the world of podcasting but was really impressed when I came across this hip, current and very happening eco podcast. The content of each cast, which vary in length from under a minute up to around five minutes, is varied and covers a wide variety of topics. What you get - easily digestible bite sized chunks of information to encourage you to become more eco friendly.

This podcast has now achieved such popularity that it’s always featured as one of iTunes most popular casts and this week they were featured as part of The Martha Stewart Show's "Goin Green Week" in the US.

The topics covered in each cast vary tremendously and include great "How to buy…" slots which have included buying green fish and organic milk (did you know for example that farmed salmon are fed coloured pellets to make their flesh the same pink shade as wild salmon?). There are also regular features on sustainability, eco building, green energy and many more.

You may already have images in your mind of bearded, tie-died clad men and women desperately clinging onto trees for peace, something that's a bit 'out there', but I can assure you that nothing is further from the truth. Treehugger TV is presented as very mainstream, current and cutting-edge. Right from the charming presenter Simran Sethi to the urban style camera shots these podcasts just ooze hip and cool.

If you're looking for something new and exciting to do with your computer then check out iTunes and subscribe to the Treehugger TV podcast, it's completely free and soon you'll be enjoying the number one eco blog on the world wide web.

Visit www.treehuggertv.com (where you can watch the podcasts without iTunes) for more information.
 
 
 
 
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