“Keep it Green” takes a close look at environmental and social issues confronting our world and lets people know how they can get involved. Episodes, hosted by Simran Sethi and Melissa Mansfield give the straight facts on the environment, green living, sustainability and social responsibility. The goal of Keep It Green is to educate viewers on these pressing issues, and most importantly, inspire people to action.
12 x 30 MinutesSeason 1Episode 1 - NOAA
National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s National Marine Sanctuaries are protecting our oceans one habitat at a time. They sit down and talk about endangered sea mammals and what we can do to protect them.Episode 2 - MSF-USA: Doctors without Borders
Doctors Without Borders stops by to discuss the medical challenges developing countries face everyday and what people at home can do to help.Episode 3 - Interface
Interface sits down to talk about making businesses more sustainable without polluting the environment and how one man with a vision made that a possibility.Episode 4 - Grameen America
Grameen America is changing the way people give. With little investments, they are helping to make micro financing a banking revolution.Episode 5 - National Audubon Society
National Audubon Society drops in to talk about wildlife conservation, endangered species and what viewers can do to become more bird-friendly.Episode 6 - Popular Science
Popular Science discusses cutting edge cars, from the Tesla to the Chevy Volt. The future of fuels, without gas, is happening now!Season 2Episode 1 - Green for All
This week host Melissa Mansfield interviews green jobs expert Van Jones and spends the day volunteering with The Food Bank for New York City.Episode 2 - Peace Corps
This week, host Melissa Mansfield welcomes a guest from the Peace Corps and spends the day volunteering with New York Cares.Episode 3 - Jane Goodall Institute
This week, host Melissa Mansfield speaks with Bill Johnston, president of the Jane Goodall Institute, and spends the day volunteering with pets up for adoption at BARC.Episode 4 - Acumen Fund
This week, host Melissa Mansfield interviews Raj Kundra from the non-profit global entrepreneurial venture Acumen Fund and volunteers her time at Dress for Success, providing women with clothing for job interviews.Episode 5 - Circle of Blue
This week, host Melissa Mansfield discusses the fresh water crisis with J. Carl Ganter, director of Circle of Blue, and spends the day volunteering with The Food Bank for New York City, providing meals and goods to people in need.Episode 6 - United Nations
This week, host Melissa Mansfield discusses human rights with Craig Mokhiber of the United Nations and volunteers her time with Habitat for Humanity, building a house for an underprivileged family.