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Profiles of electro-chromium window maker Sage and NoCal goat dairy Redwood Hill Farm on this wk's @SeaChangeRadio http://ow.ly/5DAvp

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This week's guests are John Van Dine, the CEO of SAGE Electrochromics, the leading developer of dynamic window glass and Jennifer Bice, the owner of Redwood Hill Farm, who tells us how goats can be a more sustainable alternative to cows.

Wednesday, July 13, 2011 - 1:42pm

So much of changing our behavior to become better stewards of our environment comes down to the little things. The stuff we usually don’t think twice about at home. – like the milk we drink or the windows we look through. This week on Sea Change Radio, host Alex Wise first speaks to John Van Dine, the CEO of SAGE Electrochromics, the leading developer of dynamic window glass, which tints automatically to optimize daylight and reduce energy consumption. Then, we hear from Jennifer Bice, the owner of Redwood Hill Farm, who tells us how goats can be a more sustainable alternative to cows.

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Keywords: Environment & Climate Change | Windows | energy efficiency | goats | redwood hill | sage electrochromics | sea change radio