GreenEarthcampaign.Com, Sister Sites in Full Bloom

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Resources of value to those of any ages--seeking the who, what, where, when, why and how--of environmental action, green living and how we can benefit and help others are available at three new Los Angeles sister websites.

Gllobalwarming.com (yes, we spell it with two letter l's) addresses the core issue and question that in recent decades have have transformed views and concerns about our world in the minds of adults and youth like no other single threat in history.

GreenEarthcampaign.com covers all other aspects like a cosmic blanket, from how to living green, reverse some environmental damage and hazards, as well as live better as wise consumers and caretakers of a sustainable world in need of healing.

Yet a third website, Greentoc.com, based in coastal California's South Bay region, but also serving the same global audience, offers a lighter menu, including marketplace merchandising, social networking and special green news and views we all can use.

Greentoc is the freewheeling environmental hootenanny of the three, offering folks fun and friends, whereas Gllobalwarming and GreenEarthcampaign deal with serious issues including government legislation, activism, education and proactive community participation.

Grave issues must be resolved so our environment may heal and flourish, but green news problems and perplexities around the globe include rude baboons in Capetown, South Africa.

They've learned that mugging tourists for their picnic baskets in scenic Capetown parks (they're an endangered, protected species) is easier than foraging for bugs, grubs, berries and bananas as baboons have for ages.

A "baboon summit" will be held there to explore ways of making the beasts behave, which seriously qualifies as a green issue.

William Hite, founder and CEO, a Christian businessman from Palos Verdes Estates, CA deliberated long before hand-picking a team to tackle directing on line bettering of our world and humankind's stewardship of our home planet

Participation by people of all ages and interests is key, he says, for as the Good Book notes, as the twig is bent, so grows the tree.

Designers and writers have endeavored to make the three sites user friendly and capable of use to research schoolwork for many grade levels, means of living better and greener, as well as providing a sounding board for ideas and a bulletin board for events and a rallying point for all.

"Write a blog! Feed a child! Write an article! Help shelter a family!," declares Hite. "When enough of us pitch in and participate, you'll be amazed at the results. And you'll be part of them."

"Come visit a site and empower us with might," he urges.

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