Green Sustainable Living- avoiding toxins in food and the environment

Ellen Kamhi, PhD, RN,, interviews Beth Fiteni. Beth is Sustainability Coordinator for the Community Development Corporation of Long Island, representing NYSERDA (New York State Energy Research and Development Authority) . She also was the Program Director at Renewable Energy Long Island, Program Director for the Sustainability Institute at Molloy College, and Program Director of the Neighborhood Network. For 6 years she coordinated the Clean Energy Leadership Task Force, which facilitates local municipalities’ implementation of clean energy initiatives. She has served on the Town of Huntington’s Renewable Energy Task Force and as a core leader of the LI Climate Action Network. She was an adjunct professor of Environmental Ethics and Environmental Policy at Molloy College, and was trained by Al Gore and the Climate Reality Project in 2012. On todays show, Beth will discuss ways to reduce harmful toxins in our homes and businesses, and make the best choices regarding: plastics that may leach hormone-disrupting chemicals, body products, cleaners and dry cleaners, pesticides, lowering your diet’s carbon footprint, where to find greener, safer products.
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