This ENERGY STAR-rated 56" 1080p resolution DLP® rear projection television has a super efficient LED light engine that should last the life of the TV, which means a lower cost of ownership. The set is only 13.4" deep.
This 26" BRAVIA® S series LCD Flat Panel HDTV is ENERGY-STAR labeled, and sips 105 watts when in operation. The set also has an energy-saving power-save mode, which can be set to standard, reduced, or picture off. This set is also available in black and blue colors.
This power strip comes with nine surge-protected outlets that have sliding covers to protect young children. An 8' power cord in a spoiler cord system elimates cord clutter.
Designed for desktop electronic equipment, this top-of-the-line power strip has eight surge-protected outlets. An infrared personal sensor turns on six of the outlets when someone is there and when the space is vacant for a pre-set time, the outlets turn off automatically.
Want to verify that your charger, appliance, or power strip is wasting energy when not in use? Simply plug anything electronic into the Kill A Watt Monitor and the LCD display will display the electricity used by the day, week, month, or year for that device in volts, amps, and wattage with 0.2 percent accuracy.
This power strip features seven child-safe outlets including two outlets that are spaced to handle adapters used for charging electronics such as cell phones. It comes with automatic shutdown technology and a $200,000 limited connected equipment warranty.
This reality show, aired on BBC America, follows 11 people living on a garbage dump in Britain for three weeks. The participants try to make it from what others throw away to bring home some grimy truths about the mounds of trash tossed out thoughtlessly.
In the footsteps of Meerkat Manor, this show takes an up close and personal look at the lives of two neighboring gangs of ringtail lemurs who live in the in the protected reserve of Berenty in southeast Madagascar.
After ceasing production in 1995, Animal Planet brought back this classic nature show in 2002. This series travels to all seven continents, and focuses on a wide range of mammals, reptiles, and amphibians with an emphasis paid to rare and previously unknown species.
This Discovery Kids show takes teams of teens and tweens into different challenging environments (aka the Arctic, the desert, the jungle, and the Andes Mountains). In Serious Jungle the team visits Borneo to help save orangutans. Discovery Kids has lots of nature-oriented shows including Bindi The Jungle Girl, hosted by the late Steve Irwin’s daughter, Jeff Corwin Unleashed, and the Croc Files.
When Robert Redford’s Sundance Channel debuted The Green in April 2007, it was launched as the first US TV network to dedicate regularly scheduled programming entirely to the environment. The Green’s “Big Ideas for a Small Planet” is back for season two on Tuesday nights, looking at green topics ranging from eco biz innovations and life off the grid to breaking NYC gridlock.