The world’s number one environmental radio show and podcast, “Green is Good,” has added additional star-wattage to its scheduled roster of guests to round out the first quarter of 2015, including a collection of high profile names from the worlds of entertainment, business and sustainability.
In the next six weeks, the show, hosted by Electronic Recyclers International’s John Shegerian, will feature interviews with entertainers Fran Drescher, Billy Zane, Ashley Greene, Daphne Zuniga, Missi Pyle, Daniel Franzese, Matt Walsh, Theo Von, Dominika Julliet Wolski, Ricky J, and spokespeople from Comerica Bank, General Motors, the City of Los Angeles, Global Green USA, EMA, Conscious Company Magazine, Triple Pundit, and many others.
Guests interviewed on the national weekly program, heard every Saturday at 5 p.m. EST on iHeart Radio’s America’s Talk Channel, include representatives from many of the best-known brands, businesses, government agencies and non-profit organizations with shared information of best green practices and messages about environmental responsibility. The show is also syndicated online via TuneIn, Podfeed.net, Spreaker and Stitcher. Conversations contain current topics, advice, information, and solutions straight from the experts.
“We’ve been attracting terrific guests and having insightful and powerful conversations on the show,” said Shegerian. “It’s truly been an amazing journey having Green is Good grow so quickly! This year is already poised to be our best!”
Shegerian noted that videocasts of many of the interviews are now also available on Green is Good’s YouTube channel and that more high profile guests would be announced soon.
Previous guests have included spokespeople from Procter & Gamble, PG&E, UPS, Ford Motor Company, Alcoa, Nestle, Glad Products, AT&T, Dell, Lipton Tea, the US EPA, Ohio State University, the National Wildlife Federation, Ben & Jerry’s, HP/Panasonic, the NRDC, Honeywell, National Geographic, Nascar, General Motors, Best Buy, Maxwell Technologies, the World Wildlife Fund, the Salvation Army and FedEx, among many others.