With the recent developments in India the topic of Off-Grid living and alternative energy resources was the only way to go.
(PRWEB) August 07, 2012
The concept of off-grid living has taken on new meaning for many individuals who would not have thought of it as a living option under normal circumstances. With recent developments in India, and the collapse of major power grids, the idea behind off-grid living and alternative energy sources that are normally discussed on green living websites are now being discussed in coffeehouses and in roundtable discussions.
The staff of GoGreen.org has always been a proponent of sustainable and alternative energy sources for a greener planet. With recent developments worldwide, placing the spotlight on off-grid living as a theme of the week seemed like a no-brainer for content and social management staff. In a recent roundtable meeting the GoGreen.org staff discussed the theme of the week and where they were going to take it.
"The idea for a theme of the week was to keep our current readers and new readers informed on current affairs in green living. We did not want to offer the same information that has been offered over and over again for years. Our goal is to always keep people educated and knowledgeable about their options on green living for themselves, their communities and the planet. With the recent developments in India the topic of Off-Grid living and alternative energy resources was the only way to go," stated content manager Megan Coogle.
The GoGreen.org blog will be presenting various topics each weekday on off-grid living, concepts behind off-grid living and specific aspects that individuals should know prior to planning and off-grid lifestyle. The article section of GoGreen.org will present companies that offer services and products for off-grid, green and sustainable living options.
Though blogs are presented each weekday morning at 10:00 AM central standard time, the staff of GoGreen.org encourages their readers to follow the site on Facebook or @liveandgogreen Twitter. To have your company or product listed and reviewed on GoGreen.org you may contact Content and Social Media Manager Megan Coogle on her LinkedIn or via email at megan(at)gogreen(dot)org.