Oh boy! Another Earth Day! We’ve been busy Green Divas, but of course, every day is earth day for us! However, it’s great to see all the ways people step up and show their love for momma earth. We had a special show this week and decided to release it early as part of our earth day celebration.
It was so fun having Green Dude Seth Leitman (aka Green Living Guy) in the studio to play. I also had the chance to catch up with friend of the Green Divas, Ed Begley, Jr., who as I write this is hosting a fun Earth Day marathon on BitSizeTV.com. See my post from last week to get the deets on that.
Meanwhile, hope you will listen to this whole very festive Green Divas Earth Day 2014 show!
Green Divas myEARTH360 Environmental News Update
GD Seth Leitman and I had a great time talking with GD Lynn about the latest environmental news — a couple of WTF stories, one disturbing one about Monsanto’s Roundup showing up in GE soy. But there was also an encouraging bit of news that pistachios are being developed as a serious renewable fuel source.
Listen to this excellent GD myEARTH360 earth day podcast!
Green Divas DIY
Earth Day Activities for Kids ~ Helping the Bees in the Garden: What a great way to celebrate earth day! Teach your kids about how important bees are to the planet by making a wonderful water garden that will benefit the bees that benefit the garden and ultimately benefit all of us. Great circle of life lesson with an easy and fun project. Read GD Leigh’s easy tutorial here.
Listen to this Green Divas DIY podcast to hear all about how to make a water garden for the bees . . .
Green Divas Foodie-Philes
Perfect time to talk to Diana Rice, Registered Dietician for Meatless Monday and the Monday Campaigns, about how eating less meat can benefit the planet. You don’t have to be a vegan or vegetarian to enjoy the health benefits and feel good about eating less meat. Read her excellent post and get a recipe for delicious for Gallo Pinto!
Listen to this Green Divas Foodie-Phile podcast featuring GD Diana Rice about Meatless Monday and Earth Day . . .