We are already a top destination on the internet for those who choose to live more lightly on the earth and its environment. We felt that the addition of the blog was a natural extension of the popularity of our existing eco-friendly community.
Valhalla, NY (Vocus) April 14, 2010
EnviroCitizen.org, already one of the best sites on the internet to visit for those who choose a green, eco-friendly lifestyle, has added a blog to their thoroughly comprehensive website. The EnviroCitizen.org blog covers a wide range of eco-friendly topics. There are currently terrific posts on topics such as Earth Day, Green Investment Ideas and Strategies, Eco-travel Tips, The Investment Benefits of Converting to Solar Energy, Green Landscaping Ideas and much more.
Mike Valenti, founder and president of EnviroCitizen.org, says, “We are already a top destination on the internet for those who choose to live more lightly on the earth and its environment. We felt that the addition of the blog was a natural extension of the popularity of our existing eco-friendly community.” Mr. Valenti added, “The blog is a sensible compliment to our already popular and well trafficked forum.”
The blog is authored primarily by Mike Valenti, the founder and president of EnviroCitizen.org. He is a noted expert in the area of green and eco-friendly lifestyles as well as a nationally recognized public speaker. In addition, he tells us to “expect that a number of high profile, nationally recognized individuals in the green, eco-friendly and environmental space will make meaningful ongoing contributions as guest authors in the EnviroCitizen.org blog.” One such individual will be Elena Christopoulos who is an environmental consultant based out of Los Angeles and Toronto. Ms.Christopoulos has advised some of North America’s most recognizable Fortune 500 companies. Her areas of specialty: are green environmental initiatives, alternative energy and health related initiatives and she is often referred to as a ‘wind guru’. In 1997 she implemented the first urban turbine in North America, erected in downtown Toronto in 2002. She has been involved in similar projects worldwide ever since -- implemented recycling programs globally and lobbying for environmental issues to help frame public policy.
In addition to their newly launched blog, the EnviroCitizen.org forum truly has something for everyone. The section for Green Newcomers is a great resource for those who are at the beginning of their journey to a greener, more eco-friendly existence. This is a great place to learn, ask questions and simply become acquainted with the community. Topics include Green Transportation, Personal Care and Organic Foods. The Getting Greener section is a great place to congregate and converse with others who are well on their way to bringing their green, eco-friendly lifestyle choices to the next level. Topics here include Green Gardening, Green Home Design and also Green Investing. The Green for Life section in the forum is a destination for community members who have quite fully embraced their living more lightly on the earth. Topics in this section include Green Travel, Solar and Wind Energy and Bio Fuels. In addition, the EnviroCitizen.org forum includes a complete area for discussion of Environmental Issues as well as Green Jobs, Green Events and Green News.
Another reason to visit EnviroCitizen.org is to utilize their well constructed Consultant, Contractor and Provider Finder. These 19 searchable databases are filled with hundreds of thousands of consultants, contractors and providers for you to locate and contact, ranging from eco-consultants, to environmental engineers, to green landscape contractors to pollution assessment to wind energy products and services. This part of the website is extremely easy to navigate. In addition, consultants, contractors and providers are free to add their business to the database in a similarly easy to use fashion.
EnviroCitizen.org has the most robust combination of information, education, community and green and eco-friendly products and services compiled on the web to date. For example, the EnviroCitizen.org articles library contains well over 1000 custom written, unique and informative articles on every topic imaginable with respect to green and eco-friendly lifestyles. This library is growing daily and is overflowing with valuable, educational, authoritative information and education. EnviroCitizen.org’s Education Center is chock full of useful tools and resources such as the most extensive eco-glossary on the web, a well developed web-links section, green jobs and more.
EnviroCitizen.org is a terrific resource for everything that is green and eco-friendly. Why not pay them a visit.