Environmental media is blooming on the internets these days. The folks over at Treehugger are keeping on schedule by pumping out a new video each week. The latest piece is on organic and biodynamic wines.

Along the same lines, I discovered that Daryl Hannah has launched a weekly video blog called dh love life, where she’ll cover issues like biodiesel to green building.

And late this week I got word of green.tv (a domain I wish I grabbed myself):

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