It's not that we don't care or that we are not willing, there's an art and science to developing new habits
(PRWEB) November 04, 2011
"For many of us, being eco-friendly has not been a priority, or we simply forget to be green. What's been missing is an implementation program that makes people feel like doing what it takes. That's what Loraine's "Green by Friday" program does."
"We know we should reduce, recycle and reuse. We intend to be kinder to the planet and ourselves, we even buy reusable bags and bottles - but do we use them?" According to personal development trainer, Barbara Loraine, "What's been missing is an implementation program that makes people feel like doing what it takes." Loraine's "Green by Friday," is a provocative program and with games for individuals or teams.
For over 30 years, Loraine has been helping people take action, as a corporate and personal development trainer, coach, and promoter. Now, as a green living advocate, Loraine is helping people develop sure-fire, eco-friendly habits. As she says, "It's not that we don't care or that we are not willing, there's an art and science to developing new habits."
According to Charles Moore, researcher and author of "Plastic Ocean," the world's oceans are littered with five swirling plastic areas, each larger than the state of Texas."
The Clean Air Council reports that each year Americans use approximately 1 billion shopping bags, creating 300,000 tons of landfill waste. So, the first "Green by Friday" Game helps people remember - and actually use - their reusable bags. The game is a fun activity that taps into people's competitive natures and increases their willingness to do what it takes to win . . . and to be green.
Loraine is available for FREE "Green by Friday" programs at school events and non-profit meetings - on-site in San Diego or as webinars anywhere in the country.
Individuals and groups interested in "Green by Friday" can visit http://www.barbaraloraine.com or contact Barbara Loraine at 1-858-231-3140 for more information.
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