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Podcast for Parents Who Want to Go Green

Go Green Radio Debuts this Friday, June 27th!

Don't miss the debut of Go Green Radio this Friday, June 27th, 2008 at 9:00 am PDT/12:00 pm EDT.

You can tune in to our Internet radio show by going to Once there, choose Voice America under the "Network" option at the top and at 9 am you will hear our radio program live feed.

In this week's episode we'll be talking with three parents who are "Going Green" on behalf of children. These child advocates are working to protect children, and preserve natural resources for future generations.

Jill Buck, the host of Go Green Radio, wrote the "Go Green Initiative" on her kitchen table in 2002. It is now the largest environmental education program in the world.

Scott McGinnis is an actor/director living in Hollywood. He is also a proud father. His current project - Global Broadcast for Kids ( helps kids learn about going green through his team of junior journalists.

Stefani Newman started teensygreen ( in July of 2007 while living in Panama. With teensygreen, Stefani hopes to help modern, like-minded parents make economical, educational, and safe eco-choices for their families without feeling the need to turn their homes upside down!

If you aren't able to tune in this Friday, no worries, you can go online and download the podcast of the show. You are also able to sign-up and have a podcast of the weekly show sent to you automatically.