Brian Tuohy

people , places and things that I've come across

Eco-Man William McDonough

By b2e | January 3, 2015 | 0 Comment

Bill McDonough

I had the pleasure of working with Kit Tyler and the Environmental Legacy Project team when we interviewed William McDonough in San Francisco.   It’s hard to say what William McDonough is “known for” because there’s no one thing to mention. Do we say he’s a venture capitalist and equity investor? Do we talk about his […]

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Dr. Kevin Starr: The California Dream Historian

By b2e | November 17, 2014 | 0 Comment

Kevin Starr - Interview

What happens when three native San Franciscan’s gather at the King George Hotel Ballroom on Russian Hill, on a cool, foggy fall day to assist Kit Tyler in an interview for the Legacy Project’s upcoming public television documentary “Becoming California”? Well, when one of the three is Dr. Kevin Starr and the other two are […]

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This IS your grandfather’s bungalow

By b2e | August 13, 2014 | 0 Comment

Tiny Homes

We’re all hobbits now! Maybe you’ve noticed the growth of efforts and pushes and movements and (heaven help us!) causes, that (back in the day) our grandparents just called the way we live or simply knew as how to do it. Eat local … work hard … build community. Our folks called that … life. […]

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The California Environmental Legacy Project

By b2e | May 5, 2014 | 0 Comment

The Environmental Legacy Project

b2emedia is working with The California Environmental Legacy Project (http:www.calegacy.org), a $3 million NSF funded grant, which is a new kind of educational media project. Through an integrated set of programs and media resources, it builds public understanding about the deep and inextricable connections we have with the natural world, shaping the very attitudes, behaviors […]

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The Electric Car

By b2e | April 21, 2014 | 0 Comment

Sacramento Earth Day 2014

This year’s slogan: “ We want you to be the solution. Cultivate a sustainable future”!, was celebrated by over 6,000 people under a bright blue sky. Along with great entertainment, actives and delicious food, there were many diverse businesses represented: non-profit, cultural and government agencies, health and environmental organizations. Living sustainably is not only possible, […]

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