“Our goal is to provide a content-driven magazine focused on raising awareness and consciousness of the green evolution by providing credible, creative and consistent material that will educate readers about real solutions and entertain them along the way
Scottsdale, AZ (PRWEB) September 14, 2010
A unique new publication launched this month and the debut issue can be found on shelves across Arizona; Green Living AZ Magazine is a monthly, eco-conscious lifestyle magazine whose mission is “To educate our readership through a positive lens about simple green solutions and options for our daily lives and our ability to decrease our environmental impact.” With modern content that is focused under three disctinct sections (Live Green, Work Green and Play Green) the magazine showcases the latest in green news, sustainable business practices, products, art, beauty, wellness and home trends. Green Living AZ is a green publication printed on recycled, post-consumer-waste paper, using soy-based inks and no UV-coating. The magazine’s debut issue is available at a variety of locations throughout the state, including popular stores Whole Foods, AJ’s Fine Foods, Fresh & Easy and Sunflower Farmer’s Market. Monthly subscriptions are available for just $39.00 per year and proceeds from each subscription will be given back to the community (visit http://www.greenlivingaz.com for more information).
“The Green movement has been building momentum for years, becoming a mainstream way of life for many Arizonans. Green Living AZ is designed to empower our readers with new ideas and inspirations, using nature’s resources to lead a more sustainable life,” said Tishin Donkersley, Editor-In-Chief. “Our goal is to provide a content-driven magazine focused on raising awareness and consciousness of the green evolution by providing credible, creative and consistent material that will educate readers about real solutions and entertain them along the way. Going green is fun for the whole family!”
“Green Living AZ promotes collaborative thinking among consumers, businesses and communities throughout Arizona to inspire and engage positive results,” Donkersley said. “By thinking globally and acting locally, we can make a difference in our multi-cultural and multi-generational communities and enhance our sustainability practices for the betterment of our beautiful state.”
Donkersley, an Arizona native, is a graduate of Xavier College Prep in Phoenix and Arizona State University, and also earned a Master of Arts degree from Argosy University. She has been a professional writer for more than eight years, editor of online publications and served as a faculty member at Mesa Community College since 2003. Green Living AZ was created by long-time Valley publisher John Stacy and Dorlissa Morales, who has been a publisher in Tucson for the past 12 years and serves as Associate Publisher of the magazine. Other staff includes Art Director Kate Larson and Organizational Director Angela Sinagoga-Stacy. Sales staff throughout Arizona includes Denise Gullickson, Tina Connors, Todd Beck, Michael Burton and Kathy Peterson.
Green Living AZ will feature a panel of local experts in sustainability and wellness practices, including articles and columns from Charlie Popeck LEED AP, Doreen Pollack, Derrick Mains and Jeff Frost LEEP AP. Their Green Panel will provide relevant, timely information and respond to questions from readers. The magazine provides a variety of community resources on it’s website at http://www.greenlivingAZ.com and has partnered with several other organizations as part of an ongoing effort to promote green synergy in the community. Green Living AZ is engaging readers and the community through social media; you can find them on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/greenlivingazmag and on Twitter at http://twitter.com/greenlivingAZ. During the month of September, random drawings will be held to give away free yearly subscriptions to social media fans.
Those interested in advertising or suggesting editorial content for the magazine can receive more information by sending an email to info(at)greenlivingAZ(dot)com.