`The Green' series will air environmental issues

Sundance will devote three hours a week to serious and whimsical matters

April 16, 2007|By McClatchy-Tribune

KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- Simran Sethi knows what the stereotype of the environmental movement used to be.

"Hemp-wearing, yurt-living, off-the-grid hippies," she said. "Either that or upper-middle-class white males. Those were pretty limited definitions of environmentalists - and none of them were any fun."

On TV The Green premieres at 9 p.m. tomorrow on the Sundance Channel.

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