"Green living is changing every day and offering new technology advancements that we have never seen before. We want to showcase all of those changes for our readers and engage them in modern green living,"
(PRWEB) July 17, 2012
The latest initiative and expansion from green living information site, GoGreen.org, will begin this week. The initiative, Green of the Week, will center on current news, topics and developments in green and sustainable lifestyles. This new concept for the site will engage readers in the latest topics and encourage discussion rather than reiterate the same topics that have been discussed extensively within green living communities for years.
Megan Coogle, GoGreen.org content and social media manager, recently spoke about the Green of the Week initiative and had the following to say. “As a content manager, I see websites and content move in an ebb and flow along with the growth and developments within the content topic. That is the way we look at this new initiative. Green of the Week offers readers the chance to read and engage themselves in new developments and topics in green living. We are not just giving out the same boring information here. We want to move and develop alongside green living and green technology.”
Green of the Week debuts on the week that Apple announces their endeavor to rejoin the EPEAT program, a new Everglades land purchase by the government and an announcement from real estate professionals regarding the rise of green home building across the country. These are all topics that will be covered on the new Green of the Week news and announcements.
“The world of green living is no longer about adding a solar panel to your home and growing a small garden. Green living is changing every day and offering new technology advancements that we have never seen before. We want to showcase all of those changes for our readers and engage them in modern green living,” says Ms. Coogle.
For more information regarding the Green of the Week initiative and further developments on GoGreen join the GoGreen social network on Twitter @liveandgogreen.