Graham Hill

  • Founder, Treehugger.com

Graham hails from the small town of Sutton, Quebec, Canada. He has a Bachelor of Architecture with distinction from Carleton University in Ottawa and did advanced studies in Industrial Design at E.C.I.A.D, Vancouver. Past businesses include forays... More

Graham hails from the small town of Sutton, Quebec, Canada. He has a Bachelor of Architecture with distinction from Carleton University in Ottawa and did advanced studies in Industrial Design at E.C.I.A.D, Vancouver. Past businesses include forays into fashion, web-development, viral email and plant-based air filters. In 1995, with his cousin, he started and grew the web-developer, Sitewerks, to 60 people doing work for large companies such as Microsoft. He currently focuses on building TreeHugger, managing his ceramic greek cup business and developing sustainable prototypes. Graham loves to travel and is working on his 40th country this year. He speaks English, French, German and Spanish. He loves squash, swimming, snowboarding, mountain-biking and most other sports. His goal is to help push sustainability into the mainstream. Graham can be reached at graham at treehugger dot com.

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Graham Hill's Presentations

PopTech 2010 October 2010

TED2010 February 2010

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Why I'm a weekday vegetarian: We all know the arguments that being vegetarian is better for the environment and for the animals -- but in a carnivorous culture, it can be hard to make the change. Graham Hill has a powerful, pragmatic suggestion: Be a weekday veg.

Why I'm a weekday vegetarian: We all know the arguments that being vegetarian is better for the environment and for the animals -- but in a carnivorous culture, it can be hard to make the change. Graham Hill has a powerful, pragmatic suggestion: Be a weekday veg.

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Gel 2009 April 2009

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Three easy steps: Graham Hill proposes three steps that anyone can take to significantly reduce their carbon footprint: use green energy, travel less, and become weekday vegetarian.

Three easy steps: Graham Hill proposes three steps that anyone can take to significantly reduce their carbon footprint: use green energy, travel less, and become weekday vegetarian.

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