Josh Dorfman is the creator and host of The Lazy Environmentalist, a weekly television program on Sundance Channel. On this program and through his books, The Lazy Environmentalist and The Lazy Environmentalist on a Budget, Dorfman makes the case that green living can be easy, stylish, and inexpensive.
He is a featured commentator on Sundance’s series Big Ideas for a Small Planet and has appeared on The Martha Stewart Show, The Big Idea with Donny Deutsch, and numerous other television and radio venues. His The Lazy Environmentalist radio program ran for six years on Sirius Satellite before making the jump to Sundance.
He is the founder and CEO of Vivavi, a distributor of sustainable furniture and furnishings. In 2006, Vivavi was selected by Inc. magazine as one of the top 50 businesses driving the green revolution.
Dorfman has served on Newsweek magazine’s Global Environment and Leadership Advisory Committee and is a member of the Wolf Trap Foundation’s National Advisory Council for the Arts and the Environment. He is national spokesperson for Brita’s FilterForGood campaign to reduce plastic bottled water waste and for Green Works, Clorox’s line of natural cleaning products.
Dorfman holds an MBA from the Thunderbird School of Global Management, and he has worked abroad at the Economist Intelligence Unit in Hong Kong, Delphi Automotive Systems in Paris, and Kryptonite Bike Locks in Nanjing, China.
He has addressed employees at companies such as Google, Volkswagen, MTV Networks, Pepsico, and Bristol Myers Squibb, spoken at the World Science Festival and the Aspen Institute’s Environment Leadership Forum, and appeared at campuses such as Notre Dame and George Washington University.
Dorfman speaks on green lifestyles and consumer choices, green marketing, and green interior design.
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