"Green Air Project" Launches Inspiring Video

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Social Change Organization "Green Air Project" launches its new video. The video incorporates entertaining footage, and enlightening statistics on reducing one's carbon footprint.

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The goal of the video is to communicate Green Air Project's mission in a highly intuitive, yet entertaining format.

Green Air Project, Inc, a Florida non-profit, announces today the official launch of the Green Air Project information video. Hosted on Green Air's YouTube channel, the video provides a compelling backstory for the premise of the organization's creation, as well as details about how Green Air's Mission Statement is put into practice. Centered on the premise of "Making a Difference Affordable," the video demonstrates the execution of Green Air Project's mission to reduce carbon emissions by planting trees.

The newly launched video features actually footage of the Green Air trees. Green Air Chief Architect Nayte Carrick comments that, "the video gives people an inside look at the Green Air Project and all of its efforts thus far."

The Green Air video also features founder, Don Langmo, planting trees and explaining the significance of getting involved. Viewers to the video will find the information easy to understand, learn more about Green Air, and potentially become involved with the organization.

"The goal of the video is to communicate Green Air Project's mission in a highly intuitive, yet entertaining format. The video packs a huge amount of information, but it's fun to watch," commented Meg Weathersby, Marketing Coordinator for Green Air Project.

Green Air Project (greenairproject.org) is a dynamic non-profit 501(c)(3) social change organization that enables individuals and businesses to reduce their harsh impact on the environment cost effectively. GAP does this by providing a model of combined positive net effect that brings an economy of scale to social change.

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