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Since 2009, The Coca-Cola Company has distributed more than 40 billion PlantBottle packages in over 40 countries. Sustainable Packaging Program Director,Sarah Dearman joins us this week to share how Coca-Cola is lowering their carbon footprint and reducing plastic bottles from our waste streams around the world.

The Atlanta Beltline is the most comprehensive transportation and economic development program even undertaken by the City of Atlanta. Jenny Odom joins us to discuss this 22 mile project that connects several Atlanta communities with multi-use trails,1,300 parks, housing, jobs and sustainability.

Justin Zeulner, Executive Director, Green Sports Alliance  and Diana Dehm join us this week.   Green Sports Alliance Summit brings together 193 professional and collegiate teams,194 venues and 16 leagues from around the world  for one purpose:Sustainability. The 8th annual Summit will convene in Atlanta at Mercedes Benz Stadium June 26-27th,2018.

John Noel candidate for Georgia Public Service Commission joins us this week.   Georgians will vote in a critical election May 22nd and John Noel makes his case for why he should be elected to serve on the Georgia Public Service Commission to provide affordable energy and sustainability for all.

Special Earth Day edition of The Mayors' Climate Summit Series continues this week with Orlando,FL.   Mayor Buddy Dyer, City of Orlando, FL one of our country's leading Mayors on sustainability joins us on Earth Day and is talking about all their sustainable programs and his quest to make Orlando the most sustainable city in the U.S.

The world's largest retail grocery chain in North America and the UK for natural and organic foods,Whole Foods Market is on talking global sustainability and distribution. Global Sustainability Manager Leader, Kathy Loftus joins us this week on the Talk with Green Guy Show Sunday 9-10a EST on WGST 640AM/iHeart Radio. Listen to all podcasts and follow me on Twitter @greenguyatl

Lt. Governor Dan McKee of Rhode Island and Katherine Hypolite of Rhode Island Resource Recovery Corporation are on talking about all the programs they have implemented in their state to make it more sustainable.Tune in Sunday 9-10a EST on WGST 640am/iHeart Radio. Listen to all podcasts and follow me on Twitter @greenguyatl

Yosemite National Park was first protected in 1864 and is known around the world for their giant sequoia trees. Jodi Bailey,Manager of International Affairs joins us this week to discuss all the sustainable practices in this national treasure like their standardized labeling campaign for recycling and partnering up with auto manufacturer Subaru to implement a Zero Landfill Initiative.