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Rachelle Carson-Begley Spills the Beans on Her New Green Home
Have you thought about what it would be like to live in a green home? Fully solar, recycled content and more?
The Begleys. Credit: 'Our Green House With the Begleys: Learning As We Go' on BiteSize TV
The Begleys have made public their personal experiences building their green home in Our Green House With the Begleys: Learning As We Go on BiteSize TV. The informative and fun program offers a blueprint of how it can be done.
Rachelle Carson-Begley, environmental activist, actress and wife of Ed Begley, Jr., joins the Green Divas to talk green homes, how a fully solar house is important during the ongoing California drought, sharing enthusiasm for being green with children, and more.
Discussing the building project, as well as little things individuals can do to make a difference, Carson-Begley reminds us: “Take responsibility for what you can change.”
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By Whitney E. Akers
- "The Game Changers" is a new documentary on Netflix that posits a vegan diet can improve athletic performance in professional athletes.
- Limited studies available show that the type of diet — plant-based or omnivorous — doesn't give you an athletic advantage.
- We talked to experts about what diet is the best for athletic performance.
Packed with record-setting athletes displaying cut physiques and explosive power, "The Game Changers," a new documentary on Netflix, has a clear message: Vegan is best.
By John R. Platt
When it comes to solving problems related to wildlife trade, there are an awful lot of "sticky widgets."
By Bijal Trivedi
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) released a report on Nov. 13 that describes a list of microorganisms that have become resistant to antibiotics and pose a serious threat to public health. Each year these so-called superbugs cause more than 2.8 million infections in the U.S. and kill more than 35,000 people.
By Joe Vukovich
Under the guise of responding to consumer complaints that today's energy- and water-efficient dishwashers take too long, the Department of Energy has proposed creating a new class of dishwashers that wouldn't be subject to any water or energy efficiency standards at all. The move would not only undermine three decades of progress for consumers and the environment, it is based on serious distortions of fact regarding today's dishwashers.