We all know what it means to live "large." But Brendan found one teen aspiring to live SMALL! And he's doing something about it. He's building his own "mini house." It's about 130 square feet and sits on a trailer. It's a home that minimizes the resident's footprint on the planet.
Jordan meets two young fashionistas with a passion for the planet. They have the right formula when it comes to recycling and setting a fashion trend!
Eco Company goes to the Bay Area and the annual Electric Vehicle Rally & Car Show and meet a group of people passionate about their mode of transportation! Jordan gets the scoop on cars, motorcycles, and bikes in ALL shapes and sizes from classic cars to the newest models!
Mr. Eco, AKA Brett Edwards is the green-caped crusader who is saving the planet one rap verse at a time. Mr. Eco spreads his message of green living through original rap songs and also performing at local schools when he has a loyal fan base!
What happens when an avid mountain biker wants to help the environment AND do something for inner city kids? She creates the non-profit Trips For Kids! In part 1 of our story, Josh learns how used bikes make it all possible.
In Part 2 of our Trips For Kids story Josh tags along with a group of kids on a ride through Golden Gate National Park. It's an experience he won't soon forget.
There is a green alternative to almost any product imaginable. But green guitars? A group of guitar manufacturers are working together to harvest tone wood sustainably and responsibly. Taylor Guitars is doing that and much more.
When professional surfer Kyle Thiermann sees an environmental issue at home or around the world, he wants to do something about it. So he created Surfing For Change, a website with videos to help create environmental awareness with people everywhere!
We hear the word a lot...sustainability. What does it really mean?
Know the Eco-Lingo. What is Ocean Acidification and what does it have to do with climate change?