Summer Tips for Eco-Moms, Being a Conscious Carnivore and Urban Bicycle Sharing

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As always, a show packed with great information and a lot of laughter between. Our guest Green Diva Co-Host, author Julie Bond Genovese, dubbed herself the Weenie Greenie in reference to her physical stature and her inspiring book about being a little person, Nothing Short of Joy.

Green Diva Correspondent Dr. Heather Eves, called in a great report about bicycle sharing in DC, and we had a special segment about being a conscious carnivore with the Global Meat Buyer from Whole Foods Markets, Theo Weening.

Our feature interview was with Kimberly Pinkson, co-founder of, a great website for all things natural, green and organic babies and kids! Kimberly shared some great tips for traveling with your kids this summer and how to keep them and the earth as healthy as possible.

As always, too much information – find a list of resources and links related to this info-packed show at the Green Divas website.

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Winn Adams
Winn A6 years ago


Jennifer C.
Past Member 7 years ago

Good article. Thanks.

Alex Hayden
Alex Hayden7 years ago

Moderation is the best

Parvez Z.
Parvez Zuberi7 years ago

Every thing in moderation is the best

Magdalen B.
Magdalen B7 years ago

I love "an innocent pig, chicken, calf, etc" as if there were guilty ones.

megan m.
megan m7 years ago

Anne, I'm sorry but it is never appropriate to wage that kind of personal attack on someone. We are here to engage in healthy debate and learn from each other. Respecting that we are all different and should be able to voice an opinion without being personally attacked. Vincente's profile says he is a pacifist and into non-violence, but his statement was hostile and agressive and disrespectful rather than contributing anything positive or constructive to the conversationm I completely respect those who have opinions like yours, even if we come from a slightly different place. Let's just try to be respectful to each other when voicing our opinions.

Anne K.
Anne K7 years ago

I totally agree with Vicente. Sorry, Megan. Play nice? Are people playing nice when they pack an innocent pig, chicken, calf, etc. onto a truck bound for the slaughterhouse to be hung by a leg and have their throats slit? And the ones that arrive sick or injured are further abused in attempts to get them to walk to their slaughter, or left to die an agonizing death in the stockyard. Life is all rainbows and lollipops for the "conscious carnivores" who would rather pleasure their taste buds than practice empathy and compassion for voiceless innocent sentient beings.

ana p.
ana p7 years ago

thank you!

megan m.
megan m7 years ago

vincente, a highly uncalled for remark. please play nice or play somewhere else.

kathleen b.
kathleen benbow7 years ago

Giving up meat is not easy to do, but I'm working on it.