That is a sign that environmental values have been successfully incorporated into the mainstream of American life. But while the environmental movement is strong, it doesn't necessarily mean the environment is doing well.
Lafayette, LA (PRWEB) September 20, 2007
NeutralExistence.com is a new website founded to help individuals, organizations and companies mainly in the U.S. to take the right steps towards becoming "carbon neutral", i.e. a pollution rate of zero. The site offers a range of articles, research materials, blogs, products and message forums for the environmentally conscious inhabitant.
Imagine being able to go to an "all-in-one" site where not only can you share your feelings with your fellow tree-huggers, but can measure your yearly pollution levels, get ranked according to your positive environmental actions, and receive help to take concrete action to reduce your contamination levels in numerous different ways. My.NeutralExistence.com lets you have all of this without losing the social aspect that social websites such as Myspace also have- groups, journals, forums, blogs, videos, friends, chat (instant messaging) that everyone can use to further spread the word about green living.
NeutralExistence.com's CEO, Adam Beazley says: "Homeowners and businessmen are constantly shocked to discover three things on a site like this: One, how easy it is to measure the pollution levels of homes, offices, cars, machinery, and other waste-producers. Two, how affordable it is to take action and solve these problems. And three, how many people there are out there who share the same challenges as you do"
Sites like these are becoming more popular for a good reason. More and more people are getting frustrated with the amount of talk but lack of action from politicians and organizations in their promises to clean up the environment. "As many as four out of five people consider themselves environmentalists and one in 10 belongs to an environmental group," said Leslie Thiele, a UF political science professor who is writing a book on the subject. "That is a sign that environmental values have been successfully incorporated into the mainstream of American life. But while the environmental movement is strong, it doesn't necessarily mean the environment is doing well." As a result, homeowners and businessmen are taking action by going to websites that offer real tools and information to help save Planet Earth.
One aspect that has been an eye-opener for many people is how much we take certain aspects of our lives for granted, and how easily it is to change to more environmentally conservative lifestyles with minimal sacrifice. Electric appliances, beverage containers, and building materials are things that we often don't think twice about.
On a site like NeutralExistence.com everything- and literally everything- starts to become almost larger than life by being cross-examined closely and ranked from good to bad in terms of whether or not it pollutes the environment. All the "discussion tools" such as forums, blogs and chats explore all these issues and come up with various opinions and solutions to the challenges of making it all as clean as possible.
If you were to type in "neutralexistence review" in a search engine like Google, you'd find that there is a growing number of online sites that give http://www.neutralexistence.com high marks for offering visitors practical low-cost ways of saving the environment. And the bonus is that you can share your latest with like-minded people on the forum, too.
If you'd like more information about this topic, or to schedule an interview with Adam Beazley, please call Adam Beazley at 337-849-3209 or e-mail Adam at support(at)NeutralExistence.com