Josh Dorfman is an environmental entrepreneur, media personality and author. As Vice President of Marketing for GoodGuide, the leading platform for transparency into the environmental, health and social performance of consumer products, Josh oversees the company’s brand strategy and all PR and marketing programs. Josh is also known as The Lazy Environmentalist, the media brand he founded in 2005 to position green living as easy, practical, and attractive. He was executive producer and award-winning host of “The Lazy Environmentalist” television series on Sundance Channel and radio show on SiriusXM. His books include “The Lazy Environmentalist: Your Guide to Easy, Stylish Green Living” and “The Lazy Environmentalist on a Budget.” Josh was also founder and CEO of Vivavi, the first U.S. retailer of modern design, green furniture and furnishings, which Inc. Magazine named in 2006 as one of the top fifty companies driving the green revolution. Josh has served on Newsweek Magazine’s Global Environment and Leadership Advisory Committee and is currently national spokesperson for Brita’s FilterForGood campaign to encourage consumers to reduce bottled water waste. Josh holds an MBA from Thunderbird, The School of Global Management, and a BA from the University of Pennsylvania.