Tanya's new TV show Warm TV - watch it online
Warm TV is a great new eco lifestyle show that screened on WIN Tasmania. You can now watch the show online. Click here to find out more.
About Tanya Ha
Tanya Ha is a writer, television presenter, environmentalist and sustainable living advocate. She is best known as the Eco Coach in the award-winning SBS reality TV series Eco House Challenge, the author of the acclaimed eco-guide book Greeniology and a media commentator on environmental issues.
Tanya is a "people's environmentalist". She is a passionate advocate for the ways that ordinary people can help save the planet.
Warm, engaging and more hip than hippie, Tanya is a rare breed of environmentalist - one with a sense of humour. She makes complex environmental issues easy to understand and offers practical, accessible advice that people can incorporate into their lifestyle. Her approach is fun and positive, believing that people respond better when they're made to feel empowered rather than guilty.
Tanya's work currently focuses on writing books and feature articles, environmental communication consulting and other green media projects.
Tanya is also an articulate, entertaining and inspiring speaker, with experience ranging from keynote speeches at major functions to conducting small focused workshops.
In the SBS TV series Eco House Challenge, Tanya is the Eco Coach - the green living expert who helps guide two decidedly non-green Australian families along the path from planet-polluting to eco-friendly in a few short weeks. TV Week magazine described the show as "potentially the best reality series i've ever seen."
Tanya spent many years working for Planet Ark, a non-political, non-confrontational, unashamedly populist environment group that defines itself by what it's for, not what it's against. She also serves on the Boards of the state government authority Sustainability Victoria and the green group Keep Australia Beautiful. She was also a selected delegate to the Australia 2020 Summit.
Click here to read Tanya's biography.
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