On The Coast | Dec 10, 2012 | 7:40

Going green this Christmas

Who doesn't want to make the holidays easier and more affordable? But how about doing both and helping save the planet -- all at the same time. David Suzuki Foundations's Queen of Green, Tovah Paglaro join host Matthew Lazin-Ryder.

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