Sustainable You is working to reduce our carbon footprint and you can help. Learn all the simple things you can do around your home, at school, at the office and really, almost anywhere to reduce your carbon footprint. Click on the links below to listen to previous episodes of Sustainable You, with Emily Mazzio and Cheyenne Simmons, on-demand or listen live Saturday mornings at 10 a.m. on 107.7 The Bronc.
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Episodes featuring new hosts Emily Mazzio and Cheyenne Simmons:
Fun in the Sun: Emily and Cheyenne talk about Joe Biden’s awesome interview with The Rolling Stone, what Google has discovered using Google Satellite, and what new green bill California passed. Also, can bikes be better for businesses? and can Music Festivals go green? Find out here!
OH NO THEY DIDN’T: On this week’s episode of Sustainable You, Cheyenne and Emily talked about how a native from Alabama feeds the homeless and teaches them how to grow their own food, how a study shows mice in New York City are evolving, and how President Obama’s administration wants to add 10,000 hybrids to government’s fleet.We also, talked about what celebrities angered the environmentalists, and teased for next week’s show on why bicyclists are considered to be better for local businesses than drivers.
Money, Money, MONEY: On this episode of Sustainable You, we talked about a severe thunderstorm hitting Mayflower, Arkansas causing Exxon’s oil to spill into people’s homes and the Conway lake, how many Americans are gathering to learn more about clean energy and climate disruption, and how Apple Headquarters is $2 billion over budget and it has yet to start expanding.We also talked about useful tips before buying a used bike as well as seven green tips for your wardrobe.
Sustainable Spring Break: On this epsiode of Sustainable You: we talked about whether the Republican-led Energy and Commerce Committee has been “missing in action” on climate change, how Philly’s green buildings rise to 11th on US list, and the Eco Market issues, and how It was recently noted a study showing declining public interest in environmental issue. We also talked about a variety of green quick tips to stay green during spring break.
Cheyenne’s First Episode: On this episode of Sustainable You, debuting new co-host Cheyenne Simmons, we discussed our top 3 sustainable stories of the week: How 50% of all food is wasted, How the Secretary of State John Kerry wants a decision on the proposed Keystone XL pipeline in the near term and how important new data on how carbon dioxide influenced sharp global warming that ended the last ice age. We also talked about what’s really in your hamburgers and 25 Green Spring Cleaning Tips!
The Big Announcement: On this epsiode of Sustainable You, we talked about whether or not the Keystone XL Pipeline is worth the fight, how Solar City is teaming up with Honda, and how dolphins have a surprising way of communicating. We also talked about 9 teens making a difference when going green as well as 7 weird green tips from some of your favorite celebs. We also announced Sabrina’s farewell from Sustainable You, and the introduction of new co-host Cheyenne Simmons.
Green Outlooks for 2013: On this episode, we talked about how President Obama addressed climate issues in the State of the Union Address, NASA is planning to launch the world’s largest solar sail next year, and the ongoing battle between restaurants and food trucks in figuring out which is more environmentally friendly. We also discussed the most influential celebrities and gave you some insight on the latest green jobs available in 2013.
Buying Local Matters!: On this episode, we talked about how Canada is unprepared for offshore oil spills, how the article about cattle from “The Onion” is stirring up controversy, and how a turtle managed to survive thirty years in locked in storage! We also talked about why you should buy local and ways that you can “green” your Valentine’s Day.
More Weird Ways to Go Green: On this episode, we talked about how Obama is still struggling to make a decision about the Keystone XL Pipeline, how “man’s best friend” is working to save the ecosystem, and how air pollution is Beijing has gotten out of control. We also talked about 12 ways to green your home for winter as well as some strange ways to go green.
Green Getaways: On this episode of Sustainable You, we talked about how elephants are still in danger, how TWIKE hybrid vehicles are impacting our current market, and how an underwater robot has taken measuring water contents to a whole new level.We also discussed 7 of the best sustainable travel locations as well as 6 of the longest bird migrations ever recorded.