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The Green Living Guy®, Seth Leitman

Seth Leitman, The Green Living Guy ®

Seth Leitman aka The Green Living Guy is a “clean energy guru and electric car expert” who goes into Sustainability to help everyone turn Green more black!


Earth Day Interview with David Whiteside of Tennessee Riverkeeper
Apr 30 2021
Earth Day Interview with David Whiteside of Tennessee Riverkeeper
Earth Day Interview with David Whiteside of Tennessee Riverkeeper!Interview on Earth Day with none other than Godson to RFK Jr David Whiteside. David also the runs Tennesee Riverkeeper! I mean this is the SuperBowl of Earth Day podcasts! All about water and access to clean non plastic water!David Whiteside became involved with Waterkeeper Alliance during the Summer of 1998, when he accepted a job from Robert F. Kennedy, Jr., his godfather and the current President of Waterkeeper Alliance. David attended The Altamont School in Birmingham and graduated from the University of Vermont with a degree in Environmental Studies. His senior thesis at UVM involved the creation of several autonomous Alabama programs, including Black Warrior Riverkeeper, Choctawhatchee Riverkeeper, and Hurricane Creekkeeper. Whiteside founded Black Warrior Riverkeeper in 2001, Tennessee Riverkeeper in 2009, and Coosa Riverkeeper in 2010.Today, Whiteside serves on Black Warrior Riverkeeper and Coosa Riverkeeper’s Board of Directors. Additionally, David Whiteside serves as Executive Director and Riverkeeper for nonprofit Tennessee Riverkeeper. Whiteside is also has experience producing, directing, and editing public service announcements and short documentaries. From 2007 to 2009, Whiteside worked as a producer and reporter for MTV News, which resulted in an EMMY award for the work covering the historic 2008 Presidential election, across all media platforms: broadcast television, web, mobile, and virtual.As David mentioned right off the bat, for his maternal family has fought for civil rights in Alabama for over 150 years. David's great-uncle, Judge Frank M. Johnson, Jr., made a number of landmark civil rights rulings. All of them helped end segregation in the South. In the words of journalist and historian Bill Moyers, Judge Frank Johnson "altered forever the face of the South."See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at
Save The Elder Oaks. A full discussion
Apr 13 2021
Save The Elder Oaks. A full discussion
Since the announcement of cutting down the Elder Oaks of Notre Dame a reinvigorated environmental movement has begun. To saving and reforestation. Also to not destroy carbon sequestration of trees that can live thousands of years. We have Save the Oak Trees leaders Odilia Galvan Rodriguez and Will Hale. According to the website:We are a far-flung community stretching coast to coast, united in our love of the Earth, and our desire to protect the ancient Oaks who provide food, shelter, habitat, and sanctuary to those who live in, on, and around them.After reading “France on hunt for centuries-old oaks to rebuild spire of Notre Dame” (The Guardian, February 16) Chris Eagle approached Sharon Simone to express his distress that these Oak elders were being “hunted” and would be slain.Immediately taken with the plight of the Oaks and seized by the urgency of their situation, they brought the matter to others in the community, who sat in council to consider how to meet it. Sharon likened the Oaks’ situation to “being on death row” and felt compelled to try to secure a “stay of execution” for the trees.She reached out to Kristin, who from her own heartbreak, immediately wrote a letter to President Macron. The letter became the basis for a petition that has been circulating widely. Kjersten Gmeiner, MD, secured the services of web maven KatieMarie, who created this website overnight pro-bono. A generous philanthropist funded our upcoming video about the Oaks.See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at