Tuesday, October 27, 2009
FuzziBunz Diapers on Sundance Channel's "Big Ideas for a Small Planet"
We are excited to announce that Tereson Dupuy, CEO and Inventor of FuzziBunz Cloth Diapers will be featured on the award winning TV Series "Big Ideas for a Small Planet" airing on Sundance Channel tonight, October 27th, at 9PM eastern/8PM central.
Tereson Dupuy is the inventor of the "original" pocket cloth diaper and essentially revived the cloth diaper industry. With the invention of FuzziBunz cloth diapers she changed the stigma of cloth diapering from "old age" to the "modern age".
Here is the copy of FuzziBunz' Press Release:
Sundance Channel's season three of the award-winning original eco-series "Big Ideas for a Small Planet" will feature FuzziBunz Diapers as one of their "Big Ideas" and as part of a 13-part series airing October 27th 8pm E/P as part of THE GREEN, Sundance Channel's weekly primetime destination devoted to environmental programming. The series is produced by Scout Productions.
(PRWEB) October 15, 2009 -- On Tuesday, October 27 at 8:00pm e/p FuzziBunz Diapers will be featured on Episode 13: Babies. The choices new parents make have a crucial impact on their babies and the environment. Can we imagine a world where all babies are raised green? Ideas include frozen organic baby food, green diapers and the eco-friendly baby store. Featuring Liane Weintraub and Shannan Swanson of Tasty Baby, journalist Katrina Heron, Simran Sethi, author of "Raising Baby Green" Dr. Alan Greene, model/entrepreneur Cindy Crawford, Tereson Dupuy of Fuzzibunz and Paige Goldberg Tomach and Soleil Moon Frye of Little Seed.
Big Ideas for a Small Planet, the seminal documentary series on Sundance Channel and one of the first programs developed for THE GREEN, continues to be on the forefront of the discovery and discussion of green design, innovation, and process. Each week, a different green theme comes into focus through the work of three specific forward-thinking innovators -- from scientists to product and fashion designers; from entrepreneurs to first-time inventors -- inspiring audiences to incorporate green thinking and practices into all facets of their daily lives. It asks audiences to imagine a world in which we eat, build, and raise our children green, but this season it expands its scope to address communities, animals, and art, as well as sports, music, and greener ways to relax.
This season Jackson Browne, Thom Filicia, Cindy Crawford, Soleil Moon Frye, FuzziBunz Diapers and the Philadelphia Eagles are among those that will be featured and profiled. The series also showcases a cast of recurring expert commentators including award-winning scientist, geneticist, and author, Dr. David Suzuki; author and host of The Lazy Environmentalist Josh Dorfman; Urban Revitalization Strategist and host of Eco-Heroes Majora Carter; and Sustainability Journalist Simran Sethi.
When asked to comment on FuzziBunz being included in the series "Big Ideas" Tereson Dupuy, inventor of FuzziBunz said "When the show 'Big Ideas for a Small Planet' first aired - I knew FuzziBunz had to be included at some point in this series as they truly have changed people's minds and spawned a whole cloth diapering revolution - it is fitting that they are being featured on the show and I am very proud."
About FuzziBunz Diapers
FuzziBunz Diapers were invented by a mother of 3, Tereson Dupuy, for her diaper rash ridden baby son in 1999. They are made from polar fleece, not traditional materials like cotton, so the baby stays dry and rash free without chemicals. FuzziBunz also offer parents a mess free, convenient, easy way to cloth diaper their baby in style while doing something healthy and good for their baby and the environment.