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Owen Wilson joins motorcycle mogul Jesse James and singer Alanis Morissette to offer a glimpse of their eco-friendly lifestyles, along with fascinating people who are living green, in the one-hour special "It's Easy Being Green", hosted by The Queen of Green, Renée Loux, premiering Saturday, April 21 at 10pm ET/PT on the FINE LIVING TV NETWORK.
In this TV special Wilson reveals, "I don't have to pay parking meters and I'm able to go [solo] in the car pool lane...Because I have this sticker, the [parking police] guy wasn't able to give me a ticket."
The car's sticker "Access OK: California Clean Air Vehicle" lands him extra driving privileges. In Santa Monica, CA, hybrid vehicles can park at meters for free.
"I didn't have much of a sensitivity to this stuff [environmental issues]. There is the obvious thing, how the car helps the envioronment, but really I just liked the cars...," admits Wilson to Green Guru Renée Loux, who hosts the FINE LIVING TV NETWROK's "It's Easy Being Green."
"By knowing Woody [Harrelson]," the actor claims he soon learned these cars were more than just "good cars to drive" and more of an easy wy for hime to help make a difference.
"There are little things you can do, or that I've learned that I can do, to make a difference with global warming and all of the problems facing the environment," says Wilson. "And it's nice that you can do something to help."
Loux's interview with Wilson airs nationwide as part of Earth Day special "It's Easy Being Green" on the FINE LIVING TV NETWORK, the first and only TV network dedicated to helping people do more with their time and money.
Premiering Saturday, April 21 at 10pm ET/PT, FINE LIVING TV NETWROK'a "It's Easy Being Green" is hosted by Green Guru and celebrity nutritionist Renée Loux, also author of "The Balanced Plate." The special provides viewers with a wealth of ideas about how to live a fuller life while also contributing to the well-bring of the planet, and even shows ways to save some 'green' - as in money - in the process.