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WATCH: Ed Begley Jr. Builds Green Home 'On Begley Street'

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Actor and environmental activist, Ed Begley Jr. stars in a new web series that focuses entirely on sustainability. ‘On Begley Street’ stars the entire Begley clan – Ed, wife Rachelle, and daughter Hayden – in their pursuit of the greenest home in North America, which will (hopefully) earn LEED Platinum certification.

The show will follow the Begleys as they transform their new home and will include all the ups and downs of the project, as well as feature other sustainable building and living tips. Another important focus of the show is creating a cleaner, brighter future for everyone, a mission inspired by their 12-year-old daughter.  According to the show’s website, viewers should also be on the look-out for some of the Begleys’ “high-profile friends” making appearances. One high-profile vegan, Emily Deschanel, tweeted about her anticipation for the show.

‘On Begley Street’ will launch on online Internet television network, evox on September 15th. Learn more about the show on their website. Will you tune in?

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