There's an easy way we can all help the invasive Lionfish issue...but you will have to watch to find out. Inspired by ABC's Sharkank, Beth Bond, Curator of Sustainable News at Southeast Green, went on a hunt to find out about the issue and how people can help.
Southeast Green's Curator of Sustainable News Beth Bond shares tips on solar and especially the top three reasons you should consider solar for your home's rooftop. These videos are created on Periscope. Follow Beth on Periscope at @BethSEGreen to get notifications of when she is broadcasting live.
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Beth Bond's second scope tackles the the first R in Reduce, Reuse, Recycle. Beth shows some of her favorite finds from ExpoEast in 2014 in preparation for the 2015 show and shows off her OkaBs which are made from recycled plastic and can be put in your curbside recycling bin when you are through. Remember to always watch for the recycling number on your products to make sure they can be recycled.
To read more about some of the products that are discussed in this scope check out Expo East: Trick or Treat for Adults.
Southeast Green's Beth Bond has started a new series of videos captured on Periscope. Always looking for the humor in life, Bond has entitled this series Full of Useless Information. Of course Bond is hoping that most of the information is quite helpful, but she has a good sense of humor about all the random facts she carries in her head. This first scope is on recycling. Specifically, curbside recycling from home and what to do about styrofoam.
Here's a link to the article she mentions on Southeast Green.
Recycling: Americans aren’t failing