Think that in order to go green, the changes to your lifestyle must be extreme? Think again! This eye-opening half-hour reality series makes shrinking your ecological footprint appealing and virtually effortless. What's an ecological footprint? It's a way of describing the scope of the damage that each household does to the planet, and energetic environmentalist Annabelle Gurwitch from TBS's "Dinner and a Movie" and her charming conservationist co-host Holter Graham are out to shrink the ecological shoe size of every man, woman, and child in America.
"Wa$ted!" attacks a spectrum of environmentally unfriendly households across the nation, auditing their waste, energy, water and transportation consumption. Not surprisingly, each episode unearths dozens of eco-horrors that are killing both the environment and the homeowner's bank account. Drafty windows, a television blasting around-the-clock to keep a pet company, spoiled food from over-purchasing -- you name the possible eco-crime, and these households have offended. But no matter how far gone the family, it's not as hard to change hazardous habits as one might think. (Source: http://planetgreen.discovery.com/tv/wasted/wasted-about-the-)
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