Sacha Cohen - Writing and Editorial Consulting

Recent Work

Does Walkability Raise Property Values?, May 2010

Making your community more walkable can improve your quality of life and increase the value of your home.

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Green on the Screens, February 2010

From sustainable food culture to colony collapse disorder to school lunches, the vital connection between food and the environment is a major theme of the 18th annual Environmental Film Festival.

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Start a Christmas Tree Recycling Program

House Logic, November 2009

A Christmas tree recycling program is good for the environment as well as your peace of mind.

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Circle the Globe, Save the Planet

AARP Segunda Juventud, April 2009

No matter where you go, you can take responsible eco-friendly practices with you. Here’s how to make your next vacation as green as possible.

Spas That Are All Natural

The Washingtonian, July 2008

Day spas where the nail polish is formaldehyde-free, massage lotions have no parabens, and facials feature organic products.

The Perfect Eco Footprint

Discovery’s Planet Green, May 2008

A 4.5 might seem like a tiny shoe size, but it’s actually the perfect size in acres for your Ecological Footprint.

Hot Summers

Food Network magazine, March 2007

Marc Summers, host of Food Network’s “Unwrapped,” on going behind the scenes, the mystery of marshmallows, and his favorite comfort food.


  1. 09/10/2014
    DC Vegfest: Bigger, Better, and More Delicious Than Ever
    Are you vegan, vegetarian, or just curious about eating a more plant-based diet? Then this year’s DC VegFest on September 20th is not to be missed. Held at beautiful Yards Park on the DC waterfront,. […]



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