GreenWave Radio Wins National Conservation Award

For their efforts to create partnerships between businesses and environmentalists to solve environmental challenges, GreenWave Radio’s Carey Crane and Chandler Van Voorhis were named one of eight winners of the 48th annual ChevronTexaco Conservation Awards.

Houston, Texas – September 25, 2002 [] Five years ago, Crane and Van Voorhis launched GreenWave Radio in Middleburg, Virginia. Today, the show is broadcast over 70 radio stations nationwide. Interviews are played on and a daily segment airs on 120 stations and XM Satellite Radio. Each week, more than a half million people hear stories of conservation efforts led by entrepreneurs, businesses and government. GreenWave Radio is the first media company to be powered by solar and hydrogen energy. “GreenWave seeks to communicate how the positive efforts of both individuals and companies are helping our communities and the environment to co-exist,” said Van Voorhis. An independent panel of leading conservationists selected the winners, each of whom receives US$10,000, round-trip airfare for two to Houston and two nights lodging.
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