Fabulous Beekman Boys: Tour the Beekman Quarters
Brent gives viewers a tour of the mansion living quarters and a glimpse at an area they have never seen before.
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G Word: Urine as Fertilizer
Learn how to neutralize urine so that it may be used to create fertilizer for house plants. Watch the process on Planet Green's "G Word."
G Word: Magnetic Power
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G Word: Gotta be the Tubercles
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World's Greenest Homes: Green Kitchen
Watch this clip for a walk through one of the greenest kitchens around, along with some tips from the homeowners. Be sure to check out the rest of Planet Green's "World's Greenest Homes" series to learn more about sustainable construction.
Stuff Happens: You're So Sneaky
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Invention Nation: Thermal Acoustics
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G Word: Refining Used Oil
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G Word: Forever Fernwood's Green Burials
On Planet Green's "G Word," correspondent Troy Casey visits Forever Fernwood to learn the differences between traditional burials and green, natural burial techniques.
G Word: Green My Afterlife
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Dirty Jobs: Pots Made From Poo
Join "Dirty Jobs" host Mike Rowe as he learns how cow manure is converted into eco-friendly pots. Check out this clip to see the manufacturing process.
Stuff Happens: The Power of Television
One of the biggest energy wasters in the bedroom is that television set up on the dresser. It uses power even when it's off. Bill explains how this happens and what you can do in this clip from Planet Green's "Stuff Happens" series.
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Fabulous Beekman Boys: Oh, Doctor!
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