Robin Greenfield’s Interviews with the Media
Business Insider - I live off the grid in a tiny house and freed myself from capitalism. I don’t have a cell phone or ID, and I don’t pay taxes — here’s how.
People Magazine - Foraging Is Easy — Plus It Saves Money and the Environment, Says Eco-Activist: 'Food Is Everywhere!'
Orlando Sentinel - Orlando’s Robin Greenfield Survives Year Of Growing, Foraging All Of His Own Food
Orlando Weekly - Life according to the Orlando activist who’s growing or foraging everything he eats for a year
Bicycling Magazine - The Nicest Person on the Planet Had His Bike Stolen, And Hugged the Thief Upon Its Return
Al Jazeera - English - For 30 days, Robin Greenfield wore every piece of trash he produced. His message: Stop making so much waste!
Inside Edition - How Perfectly Edible Food Is Being Tossed In The Dumpster Rather Than Donated
New York Times Facebook Live - For a month, Robin Greenfield wore every piece of trash he created to help raise awareness about how much US Americans waste
Smithsonian Magazine - Meet an Environmental Activist and an Artist Who Share a Passion for “Trashion”
UPROXX - This Man Ate for Only $4 per Day to Help You Rethink Your Relationship with Food
ABC San Diego - San Diego Environmentalist to Auction His Home and Donate the Money to Nonprofits
ABC San Diego - Ocean Beach Man Lives Off the Grid and Reduces his Water use by 95 Percent
The Weather Channel - Robin Greenfield Dumpster Dives to Save the World from Food Waste Fiasco
The Daily Mail - Dumpster-Diver Spent a MONTH Eating Only from Bins to Raise Awareness of Food Waste