CBS’s Smith Touts Green Couple Who Lived Year Without Toilet Paper

October 5th, 2009 1:19 PM
On Monday’s CBS Early Show, co-host Harry Smith promoted a new book and documentary about a New York City couple that spent a year without modern amenities, such as toilet paper and electricity, to limit their impact on the environment: “This is an amazing saga....when the lights were switched back on, Colin and Michelle clearly saw a year that meant so much more than living without toilet paper…

ABC's Sam Champion Again Touts Book of Toilet Paper-shunning Environme

September 15th, 2009 4:06 PM
Weatherman/global warming alarmist Sam Champion on Tuesday again promoted the cause of toilet paper-avoiding environmentalist Colin Beavan. In his brief "Just One Thing" segment, Champion touted books made on recycled paper and cheered that the tome No Impact Man is made on 100 percent recycled paper.The weather man marveled, "And when [Beavan] was with us, he kind of shared the…

ABC Again Touts Toilet Paper-shunning Environmentalist; Downplays Libe

September 3rd, 2009 11:46 AM
On Thursday’s Good Morning America, for the third time in two years, Sam Champion interviewed an extreme environmentalist who shunned toilet paper for a year as part of a project to be carbon neutral. Colin Beavan, also known as "No Impact Man," appeared on the show to promote a new documentary and book on his experience. This time, however, Champion downplayed the bizarre elements of…

ABC, Brought to You by Honda, Says Don't Buy Stuff

April 18th, 2008 1:03 PM
Left wing environmentalist Sam Champion continued to push his eco-agenda on Friday's edition of "Good Morning America." The liberal weatherman enlisted the help of IdealBite.com, a web page devoted to "green living." One of the site's founders, Heather Stephenson, lectured a family interested in going green about the evils of buying new toys for their children. She explained…

Bringing You More Glam Ways to Like, Save the Planet

March 13th, 2008 3:03 PM
In Spring of 2007, magazines such as Vanity Fair and Elle offered readers ways to "green" their lives and help the environment. Now, the April issue of Glamour brings readers another "57 Little Ways to Save the Planet." Announcing "Mother Earth needs our help," the article begins by accusing "we use too much fuel (which causes pollution), chop down too many…