The green on-line book club

For those of you wondering what to do this holiday weekend why not consider joining Ideal Bite’s Eco Book club? In June the book club will be reading The Green Collar Economy by Van Jones.

If you are new to Van Jones you have a treat in store. Check out the website of the organization that he set up prior to becoming part of the new order at the White House as Special Advisor for Green Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation, And if you would like a snapshot of some of the initiatives that this organization has seeded you can watch a few of the success story videos here.

Mr. Jones was also voted TIME Magazine’s 2008 Environmental Hero (oh and did I mention he is very easy on the eye?!).

So if you want to join the club, purchase the book at Better World Books , borrow it, or better still download it to your kindle or iphone and read the foreword, intro, and first chapter as the first on-line discussion will be on June 8th. For further details follow this link Eco Book Club.

Have a fabulous weekend.

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