PhotoBook Magazine interviews the Green Living Guy:

Green living guy Seth leitman

In this exclusive interview with Photobook Magazine, the Green Living Guy delves into the world of energy efficiency and living sustainably. As an advocate for green living and environmental conservation, Seth Leitman the Green Living Guy brings his expertise and passion to the forefront.  Thereby shedding light on the importance of adopting sustainable practices.  Especially in our everyday lives.

From energy efficiency tips to eco-friendly home improvements.  For this insightful conversation covers a wide range of topics.  All aimed at helping individuals and communities embrace a more sustainable lifestyle. Whether you’re a seasoned environmentalist or more noteworthy, just starting to explore the world of green living.  I mean this interview is a valuable resource.  That’s for offering practical advice and inspiration.  Hopefully for making a positive impact on our planet.

Interview Segment

1. Name: 

Seth Leitman.

2. Where are you from? 

New York.

3. Where do you live now? 

Briarcliff Manor, NY.

4. Profession? 

I am a Program Manager of Drive Electric Hudson Valley, run Green Living Guy Blog, and the Author and Editor of Green Guides with TAB McGraw-Hill.

Volkswagen EV Buggy.

Volkswagen EV Buggy.

5. What does your diet consist of? 

Green tea lemonade and beans (daily). I also eat Kosher (grass-fed) meats. However not a lot now.  That’s because I’m transitioning to vegan. I also eat tuna fish, eggs and I drink vegetable smoothies.  Those that have coconut butter in it: usually weekly. For snacks, I eat almonds and pistachios. Also, I do hard-core circuit training, usually twice a week, and cardio.

6. How are you green at home? 

Very. I work from home. I also use LED everything. In addition, we have Tesla solar panels and two Powerwalls. We now consume so much less energy than we use to.

7. What car do you drive? How efficient is it? 

I drive the Lexus 400h. It’ll get about 35-40 mpg on the highway. Around town 23. My next car will be a Tesla. Most definetly.

8. Besides deforestation, what is another big environmental problem? 

Energy efficiency. I don’t believe Americans as a whole or the world as a whole are energy efficient. What are some things that can be done to help? We need to educate the public regularly. I mean daily, if not weekly.  Especially about the things people want to hear. Not politically slanted. Finally, just facts.


If you’re thinking about getting a new house or apartment, you have a lot of choices. Maybe it’s the house you always dreamed of.  Maybe you’re also just sick of your apartment.  I mean or maybe you need a place to live while you’re looking to buy. You can choose from all kinds of different home designs and features.  However, the one thing you can’t choose is whether you want to keep your home energy efficient or not. So if you go with a more energy hungry design, oh no.  Because you’ll definitely pay for it in the long run.

When you make the decision to get a more energy efficient home, you’ll make a huge difference for the environment and your wallet. And even if you don’t want to make any changes at home, you can still help the environment by adopting more sustainable building practices in your workplace.

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