Environmental Impact

Riding a bike is a great way to reduce your carbon footprint

How can one person make a difference for the environment?  How do you measure your carbon footprint?  How come baby Albatrosses are dying on remote, uninhabited islands in the Pacific Northwest?  Here you’ll find a reality check and a way to connect the dots — making the case that we are all really a part of ONE planet. Only one!

Radio Shows

Eco-Heroes to the Rescue! Captain Planet Spotlight Series – Part I

11.23.14

Laura Turner Seydel, Captain Planet Foundation & Heather White, Environmental Working Group –
Laura Turner Seydel is an international environmental advocate and eco-living expert…

Mrs. Green's News


11.20.14
My 15 Minutes on the Bench

Intro from Mrs. Green – Scott Caddow is one of my best friends and has joined me on the Mrs. Green journey almost from day one.  Truth be told, I think he lives a greener life than I do and I KNOW he has made massive changes in what he eats, the food he cooks, where […]

10.03.14
Ride the Wave of Possibility

This blog was written by Amy Timmons, a member of the Mrs. Green team, who represented all of us for the People’s Climate March on September 21, in New York City. It was great to have an eyewitness to history in the making. Here is the uncut version and certainly reflects how much sacrifice was involved in Amy’s determination to show up and be counted. Made me feel like I was there.

09.29.14
Environmental Excellence – The Green Academy Awards

Imagine over 500 people sitting in a very nice ballroom, all very dressed up and  gathered to celebrate environmental excellence. Imagine an organization who works all year to find groundbreaking solar projects, innovative transportation initiatives, river restoration projects and environmental education programs to find ones deserving of a Green Academy Award. Imagine Mrs. Green thinking […]

09.17.14
Exhausted? Take the One-Day Car Free Challenge

From where I sit, driving one’s car whenever and wherever the need arises is a common occurrence in the daily lives of millions of Americans (maybe billions) So what might happen if we all pick one day in the entire year and commit to not driving our cars? Imagine that. A group of visionaries did […]

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Three Things About EDG

1. EDG is a recognized INDUSTRY leader providing innovative, environmentally conscious and sustainable solutions to their clients to assist them with commercial and industrial facilities maintenance since 1998.
2. EDG Fuels works with southwest regional power companies, commercial customers and fleets who choose to promote the use of biodiesel for vehicle fuel and for power production. The less foreign oil we use, the happier they are!
3. EDG has another EDG: Enjoy Dining Green! This EDG works with community businesses to help them with the recycling of their used cooking oil. As part of that, they offer free oil collection service, free oil collection containers, and discounts on some of their other great “stop our dependency on foreign oil” services. What’s not to love?