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Three Green Divas Walk Into a Recording Studio…

What happens when EcoWatch founder and CEO Stefanie Spear joins Lynn Hasselberger and Meg McWilliams of the Green Divas for an afternoon?

You get a great conversation in the Green Diva Studio from three powerhouses in the environmental media world. Listen as Spear discusses the birth of EcoWatch, the issues impacting the planet and the importance of connecting with and reaching all groups of people, from sustainable businesses to college students.

EcoWatch, a certified B Corporation, continues to connect the dots between human health and the environment, to reach all shades of green—transforming green in so many ways along the way. Watch Spear discuss what sustainability means to her.

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