Seth Leitman The Green Living Guy Continues His Resolve Towards a Green Change to Help the Environment

For decades, people have worked towards preserving the environment amid climate change and global warming. Among the people advocating for green changes is Seth Leitman, one of the most active individuals in the journey to green living. Throughout his career, he would champion his advocacy in all his endeavors. Among his latest ventures is the amalgamation of his name and brand to create Seth Leitman, The Green Living Guy.

Seth Leitman is a leading online media presence for green living and electric transportation. For as long as he can remember, he has always been passionate about the environment and made it a point to dedicate his life to working to improve the planet.

Throughout his career, the Green Living Guy has worked for various companies that would help him towards his mission of helping the environment. He worked for the New York State Energy Research and Development Authority or NYSERDA. He was responsible for the marketing and managing alternative-fueled vehicle and electric vehicle programs throughout New York. He also worked on the Green Building Tax credit, green buildings, and indoor air quality in schools.

In 2000, Seth worked for the New York Power Authority, creating the NYPA/TH!NK Clean Commute Program that leased a hundred electric vehicles in the New York Metropolitan Area. It became one of the largest partnerships of its kind, allowing for the expansion of the demand for electric transportation in the Northeast.

Seth Leitman’s career would span over 25 years in both the public and private sectors, each time towards the goal of making a positive impact on the environment. Seth’s experiences would lead him to become an electric car expert and green living guru. But over time, he realized something had to change to make a more significant impact.

“I always loved the environment,” Seth explained. “But over time doing what I love, it became evident that brands and my name had to be one.”

The epiphany led to the establishment of Seth Leitman, The Green Living Guy. The brand would host Seth’s store, The Green Living Guy Amazon Store, which sells green living products like eco-friendly soap and accessories for Tesla electric cars.

The Green Living Guy’s ventures would also expand to multimedia, where he has a podcast with Crossover Media Group, streaming on Spotify, iHeart, iTunes, Stitcher, Amazon Radio, and Art19. Additionally, Seth would have a TV show with the Y Networks, which currently has three seasons that can be viewed on YouTube or the Y Networks App. The Green Living Guy also offers social media services like video, flogging, blogging, social media, and podcasts through its production company, a division of ETS Energy Store.

With plenty of services under the Green Living Guy’s banner, Seth Leitman hopes to get people interested in the environment and climate change. He is also hoping to get his brand out there to get people to consider energy efficiency and switch to electric cars.

“We are about to launch several services over the next few years that will really revolutionize and expand our business,” shared the Green Living Guy.

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