America's Gone Green and Green Improvements Green Improvement (GI) will be filmed and produced by segments of the America’s Gone Green show (AGG). The GI show will be produced at the end of each contestant’s time on the AGG show. The GI show wills feature, a more in-depth look into each of the green improvements, additions and renovations made on the AGG contestant’s home and life style, from when they first started on the AGG show through their final green renovation. The show will talk in depth about the uniqueness, planning, cost, payback, implementation and innovations of each homes green improvement. Budgets for the modifications will be reviewed and discussed on the GI show along with, payback, potential energy savings, final construction costs and environmental benefits. These items will be graphically observed through 3-d modeling and high tech techniques as used on the AGG show. Segments from the AGG show such as graphical display of the homes 3-d model and carbon foot prints as they transform through the improvement will be interjected when related. The show will review the Green qualities of each home, practical innovation available to all consumers and touch on the technology, possible green incentives, grants and tax rebates. The show will provided tips and strategies for each home viewer on how to get the most out of their budget and Green investment. This show will also high light technology and state of the art high tech testing procedures used in the AGG in more detail, how, why and when the testing works, and how to find affordable testing in their area. Simple self home evaluations for carbon foot print calculations, energy star and other green rating system testing will be reviewed and the show will help guide viewers how to home test through the use of web sites and organizations etc. Some discussions will take place regarding the real estate resale value, market and investment advantages of green homes. GI will also have segments on Green high tech new innovations currently available to consumers and companies who can provide them. GI wills feature segments on Green future technologies and devices as seen on in magazines such as Popular Science and Popular Mechanics etc.