Green Goes Simple is a resource for mainstream adults and families who want to make their everyday lives just a little bit greener. With easy-to-use, relatable advice, this program features simple ways to live an eco-friendly life. Content covers everything from tips on saving water while doing laundry to teaching your kids how to have fun while helping the planet. Green Goes Simple is about making green work for you -- not the other way around.
Marisa Belger has been writing and editing for over 10 years. Her work has appeared in numerous media outlets, including Travel + Leisure Family, Natural Health, Prevention and on TODAYshow.com (where she wrote GreenDAY, a weekly column about sustainable living). She was a founding editor of Lime.com -- a multiplatform media company specializing in health, wellness and sustainable living -- and was the executive editor at Tango Media, a new media company focusing on love and relationships. Marisa also collaborated with author Josh Dorfman on his best-selling books, The Lazy Environmentalist and The Lazy Environmentalist on a Budget.
Michelle Carlton is a former editor of Kiwi magazine, a national publication focused on going green and living sustainably as a family. She has also contributed to a number of other publications and websites, including Tango magazine, NYCGo.com, Venus Zine and Bicycling.com.
Rachel Bertsche is a Web producer, blogger and journalist who lives in Chicago. She’s written for O, The Oprah Magazine, Marie Claire, Every Day with Rachael Ray, Outside and Fitness. Her first book, MWF Seeking BFF, will be out next year.
Amy Levin-Epstein is a freelance writer who’s been published in magazines like Glamour, Self and Prevention, on websites like AOL, Babble and Details.com, and in newspapers like the New York Post and The Boston Globe. You can read more of her writing at AmyLevinEpstein.com.
Emily Anderson is the author of Eco-chic Home, Eco-chic Weddings and When Changing a Lightbulb Just Isn’t Enough. Her work has appeared in Better Homes and Gardens, Ladies’ Home Journal, The New York Times and her blog, GoodWithStyle.com.
Andrea Kasprzak is a full-time freelance writer. Her work has appeared in Allure, Men's Journal, Teen Vogue, SELF and Pregnancy, among other publications.
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