"If we can offer just one reader the chance to spread the word regarding a green living development and become active on a virtual level, global level and community level then we have reached our goal"
(PRWEB) July 12, 2012
A new expansion at GoGreen.org will bring green living current news and events to readers in the form of daily articles. These articles will appear each weekday morning alongside the sites regular blog updates. Each weekday will explore current topics covering green living, sustainable lifestyles, alternative power sources and off-grid concepts.
“The idea is to keep our readers updated on what is going on in the world around them, what developments are taking place in green living and how they can be a part of those developments. We want to engage our readers locally, globally and virtually in the green lifestyle while educating them on the facts of green living. If we can offer just one reader the chance to spread the word regarding a green living development and become active on a virtual level, global level and community level then we have reached our goal,” says GoGreen living consultant and content manager Megan Coogle.
The formal articles will begin the week of July 9, 2012 and be part of an ongoing series. The current affairs and news series will tie into weekly GoGreen YouTube videos, guides and off-site community articles. “We are going after the real news in green living. We are not concerned with reporting the same old stories about bottled water, homemade dish soap and turning off your lights to conserve power. Though these are part of the green living experience they are just a small fraction of what people should be doing in an effort to go green. They are by far not the only newsworthy topics available to the green community,” says Ms. Coogle.
The series will begin with the first current events, news and affairs article on July 13, 2012. Readers may also enjoy the benefit of adding GoGreen’s article and blog posts to their RSS feed list. For updates on developments at GoGreen follow the site on Twitter @liveandgogreen.