Watch Go Green!

The television series Go Green! teaches the viewer easy changes they can make in their daily life to be more environmentally friendly. The tips include what the best green products are to purchase and ways to save energy around the home.

DIY Network
1 Season, 13 Episodes
March 26, 2011
Home & Garden, How To
8.1/10
Cast: Won Joo, Chae-won Moon, Sang-uk Joo
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Go Green! Full Episode Guide

  • Autonomous driving, Internet of Things or Åartificial intelligence: technology makes these things possible, but also scares people out of their mind. Are we going to be slaves of technology and depend on machines which can do everything on their own and maybe even better than us?

  • Electric engines fight fossil fuel and the resulting pollution of the environment. They promise a quiet and clean urban environment and have huge potential in densely populated parts of the world. A newly developed production approach for e-cars leads to 50% less noise, too. That spares the worker¢‚¬„¢s ears and the environment. But many people still don¢‚¬„¢t seem to be positive about e-mobility.

  • For 125 years combustion engines have been responsible for our movement, but it comes at a high price due to their toxic emissions. This only works for our earth and environment on a long-term basis, if the emissions from those cars get reduced dramatically. ¢‚¬ÅGo Green - sustainable mobility¢‚¬ shows developments on how manufacturers want to decrease the consumption of their cars even further.

  • After 100 years of traditional pressing and welding carmakers revolutionize production methods and make it much more sustainable. That requires a complete rethinking of their strategies: carbon instead of metal, renewable raw materials instead of plastics and electric engine instead of combustion engines. We have a look on their strategies and goals when it comes to produce more sustainably.

  • 2007 saw the launch of a successor to the Fiat Cinquecento. The Fiat Twin-Air is greener version of the Fiat 500, and comes with a two-cylinder turbo engine. The sound of its high-torque engine alone makes this car fun and seductive. Plus: Bloggers from around the world get the chance to put the Volvo C30 E to the extreme test in the ice and snow of Northern Sweden.

  • For many years, the BMW 3 Series has been on top of its competition. But that might be about to change, because Mercedes launches its all-new C-Class Coupe. Go Green takes a look at the Mercedes-Benz C 350 Blue Efficiency.

  • A new hybrid at Le Mans:‚ On the track at Le Castellet Japanese car manufacturer Toyota presents its new LMP1 prototype for the 24 Hours of Le Mans. With the Toyota TS 030 hybrid, the Japanese want to challenge Audi, which has dominated the most famous race in the world for years. Plus: AC Schnitzer developed the 99d with Continental, a concept car that puts the focus on the tires. ‚ 

  • The Detroit Motor Show is the biggest auto show in the US. Manufacturers like Ford and GM use the NAIAS to present their eco-friendly products. But German car makers BMW and VW are present as well. Plus: After its debut in the Audi Q5, the hybrid engine finds its way into sedans. Go Green reviews the Audi A6 Hybrid. Its boost the electric engine can briefly be switched to the gasoline engine.

  • No fuel consumption, no noise disturbance and no emissions while driving: That¢‚¬„¢ts what the Citroen C Zero from France promises. Go Green reviews the egg shaped vehicle. Plus: Daimler wants to prove that hydrogen powered electric vehicles are suitable for daily use and sends three B-Class F-Cell emission free around the world. And: Go Green previews the new Volvo V60 Plug-in-Hybrid.

  • At first glance, the Audi A1 on this episode of Go Green seems to be an ordinary small city car, but it¢‚¬„¢s actually quote special. It¢‚¬„¢s driving almost without any emission. Plus: Spectacular design, unusual proportions and innovative ideas - the new Hyundai Veloster is one of the most extraordinary series cars of late. And: The Porsche Panamera S Hybrid combines driving fun with ecology.

  • The Lexus RX 450h is the second revised hybrid model coming from the Toyota Group. Go Green checks out the full hybrid SUV. Plus: The young car manufactory Artega emphasizes the importance of ecologically sensitive sports cars and presents the electric Artega SE. And: Go Green takes a look at the BMW Active E, which is an electric vehicle based on the BMW 1 Series

  • The Volvo C30 electric is a purely electric car without combustion engine or range extender. Since 2010 the Swedish company works on their concept to realize pure electric driving. Plus: Thanks to "Sky Active" technology, Mazda turns into an eco-activist and promises a clean future on the road. And: Audi sees the balance right between ecology and economy as the biggest challenge in the future.

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