Annie Leonard is an American proponent of sustainability and critic of excessive consumerism.
Leonard is best known as the creator and narrator of the animated documentary about the life-cycle of material goods, The Story of Stuff (2007). The documentary began as an hour-long talk and was made into a condensed film version based on popular demand. She also published a book version of the film.
After The Story of Stuff, she created Story of Cap and Trade in 2009, which is on the topic of emissions trading, as well as, in 2010, The Story of Bottled Water, The Story of Cosmetics and The Story of Electronics. In March 1, 2011, Leonard released The Story of Citizens United v. FEC and later that year, The Story of Broke.
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The Story of Broke (2011)
http://bit.ly/storyofbroke — The United States isn't broke; we're the richest country on the planet and a country in which the richest among us are doing exceptionally well. But the truth is, our economy is broken, producing more pollution, greenhouse gasses and garbage than any other country. In these and so many other ways, it just isn't working. But rather than invest in something better, we continue to keep this 'dinosaur economy' on life support with hundreds of billions of dollars of our tax money. The Story of Broke calls for a shift in government spending toward investments in clean, green solutions—renewable energy, safer chemicals and materials, zero waste and more—that can deliver jobs AND a healthier environment. It's time to rebuild the American Dream; but this time, let's build it better.
EarthSayer Annie Leonard
The Story of Solutions
Cap and Trade: Devil in the Details by Annie Leonard
The Story of Cosmetics by Annie Leonard
Greenpeace USA! and Annie Leonard
The Story of Citizens United v. FEC (2011)
The Story of Electronics (2010)
The Story of Change: Exercise Your Citizen Muscle
Life with Annie Leonard
On Being Biased by Annie Leonard
As Executive Director of Greenpeace by Annie Leonard