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Living Sustainably


TOPIC: Living Sustainably

Green Tips with Green Inside and Out


TOPIC: Food Sustainability

Green Tips with Green Inside and Out


TOPIC: Composting

Green Tips with Green Inside and Out


TOPIC: How to Make DIY Hand Sanitizer

Flutterflies Live TV interview by Alexandra Velez.


TOPIC: Climate Change & Natural Disasters


OPINION | Letters to the editor

Sign two more bills on toxic chemicals

Op-ed written by Beth Fiteni

Long Island Business News:

Self-published authors share strategies for indie publications

Long Islander News:

Restaurants Go Strawless Ahead Of County Law


Beth Fiteni, Heidi Cohen and Tara Marie Kotliar of Green Inside and Out show off the Strawless Suffolk door decal at Mac’s Steakhouse in Huntington village.


Smithtown Matters:


The Last Straw

Suffolk County Plastic Reduction Task Force Proposes Suffolk Cleans-Up its Act

GIAO Director Beth Fiteni with Kara Hahn & the Suffolk County Single Use Plastic Reduction Task Force.

Beth Fiteni: "Each one of us makes a difference with our daily actions. While no one step is the whole solution to preventing plastic pollution, these proactive steps being considered by the Suffolk County legislature on polystyrene, plastic straws, and refilling water bottles show strong leadership towards reducing waste and protecting our oceans, rivers and lakes.”

The Green Wardrobe Guide was featured in Creations Magazine:

All Cottons Are Not Created Equal


The Green Wardrobe Guide was also featured in Italy's #1 newspaper, La Repubblica!



The Green Wardrobe Guide in Fashion Mannuscript:

Ask the Expert: Andrea Kennedy, founder of Fashiondex

Andrea Kennedy: "According to friend and fellow sustainable Fashionista, Beth Fiteni, author of The Green Wardrobe Guide, we all can reduce our fashion carbon footprint by trying to repurpose our clothing more and by shopping at thrift stores more often. Beth states, 'When you really want to buy something new, seek out plant-based, recycled, and organic fiber fabrics. And when you no longer want a piece of clothing, don’t throw it in the wastebasket—donate or recycle it.'”

Beth Fiteni was also interviewed 12/11/18 on Progressive Radio Network with Ellen Kamhi, and 12/18/18 on WHPC 90.3fm.

They discussed The Green Wardrobe Guide and sustainable clothing -- the chemicals in our clothing that affect our waterways; vs organic cotton, hemp, bamboo, tencel and more; vegan vs animal fabrics, eco-baby clothes, menswear, and what the clothing industry is doing to reduce its massive impacts.

News12's Long Island Naturally filmed the segment Greening Your Wardobe with Beth Fiteni of Green Inside and Out!

For more information on sustainable fashion, please see our Ecofashion resources.

Featured on FiOS 1:

Our Community: Fabrics vs. Labor

Beth Fiteni was interviewed by Donna Martini on 88.1 WCWP radio on May 10, 2018 about Reducing Common Toxins.

Featured on FiOS 1:

Ways to Go Green

About Green Inside and Out:

Beth Fiteni was named Sierra Club Long Island’s 2017 Environmentalist of the Year.


Check out this great interview with Beth!

Cancer InCytes Magazine:

Could Our Wardrobe Contribute to Cancer? 

Beth Fiteni has been featured on NBC Channel 4 News, in Newsday and Daily News.

Is your dry cleaning coming out clean? by Joe Malone, Long Island Business News - April 29, 2015


Ones to watch in green by Bernadette Starzee, Long Island Business News - April 10, 2013


On the move by Bernadette Starzee, Long Island Business News - May 14, 2010

Other notable mentions

  • April 2011: News 12 segment on organic lawn care with “Go Green with 12”.
  • Featured in multiple airings of the Neighborhood Network Radio show, airing on Hamptons Community Radio WEER 88.7fm, Sept. 2010- February 2011 (See’s blog).
  • October 2010: News 12 segment on how to have  green Halloween with “Go Green with 12”.
  • March 2010: Progressive Radio Network, with Bhavani Jaroff.
  • July 2010:  Telecare Channel 29 Half hour interview with Drew Bogner, President of Molloy College, on the Molloy Sustainability Institute and LI Interfaith Environment Network (LIIEN).
  • August 2009, NBC Channel 4 news interview on county mosquito spraying.
  • July 2008: Community Radio show on Hofstra University radio 88.7fm on green living.
  • May 2008: Telecare Channel 29 Half hour interview with Drew Bogner, President of Molloy College, on green living.
  • April 2008: Featured twice, two Mondays in a row, on “Long Island Naturally” Television segment on News 12 with Mary Mucci on how to reduce toxins in your bathroom (cosmetics, shampoos, etc), kitchen & home (pans, cleaners, organic cotton bedding).
  • 2007: Healthy Planet radio show, Stony Brook radio station on global warming
  • News 55- October 2007 News segment on LIPA’s offering of rebate for energy efficient light bulbs with LIPA Chairman Richie Kessel at Home depot in Farmingdale, NY.
  • July 2006: Featured on “Long Island Naturally” Television segment on News 12 with Mary Mucci covering natural cosmetics.
  • Two times featured on May Dooley’s Create Your Healthy Home Show on WBAI Radio 2005-2006: global warming, and organic lawn care
  • Beth Fiteni's “organic” home was featured in a News 12 Breast Cancer Awareness Month piece, October 2005.
  • Quoted in several Long Island newspaper and magazines (from 2002-present) including Newsday, Networking Magazine, Canvas Magazine, Daily News, Bellmore Herald, Long Islander, and Long Island Catholic on issues of organic alternatives to pesticides and clean energy issues.

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