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Fashionista

Very helpful information. thanks!

Chris

Greetings!

The National Wildlife Federation recently finished a send-a-letter-to-the-EPA widget and Facebook application that sends an official message to the Environmental Protection Agency urging them to recognize the impact greenhouse gases are having on our planet. We're trying to drum-up up some support for their cause. If you're so inclined, we'd appreciate a link to either application or simply spread the word! Thanks so much!

Widget: http://www.clearspring.com/widgets/48dd4c8e92491714

Facebook Application: http://apps.new.facebook.com/speakupforwildlife/

albertjames

I started drinking Fiji water do to its high mineral content at the request of my mother's medical research. Something changed drastically in my body after consuming Fiji water. I felt healthier, I could think much more clearly, I just felt better overall. From now on this water is going to be a part of my diet for the rest of my life! It is expensive, but I believe the health benefits are worth every penny.
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Dan Gill

Hi Elsa - I tried to reach out to you via Linkedin (probably a terrible idea...I never check messages there.) Anyway, the gist is that I think you have a great/comprehensive understanding of the intersection of green and social media. I'd like to talk to you about a site that I founded. I entered my email address above. I'd appreciate an opportunity to chat.

I hope you're doing well - take care,

dan

JJW

Greenwashing is getting out of control. Its amazing that just becuase a company serves a cup of coffee in a recycled cup that they are "green".

It really is the consumer who must see through all of the phony green pr. Check this website out, www.izzitgreen.com

It lets consumers rate and review how "green" business actually are.

-jjw

Dagny

It's really up to the consumer to do their homework and find out what's real and what's not.

Dagny
www.onnotextiles.com
organic apparel

Green Lifestyle

It’s my first time on your blog and I will be returning and subscribing!

monish

hello,
This is monish the owner of http://www.hybridcarsonline.blogspot.com

I came through your blog accidently,but some how your blog kept me there for long.that why iam comenting on your topic.

its really good and iam happy to see such blogs here online.good keepup the work..
all the best..
i will come back to your blog frequently
monish

livepaths

Very interesting.
If the economics don't work, recycling efforts won't either.
http://LivePaths.com blogs about the innovative people and companies that make money selling recycled or reused items, provide green services or help us reduce our dependency on non renewable resources.

go natural baby

Love your blog! Green washing is happening within the organic cotton industry as well. Many large corporations want to "go green" and now use "organic" fibers,but they are not certified,this the masses don't know that those organic fibers are most likely in contact with all kinds of chemicals (besides sweat shops).
Go Natural Baby manufactures certified organic cotton children's clothes, using low impact dyes, nickel and lead-free snaps and zippers and fair trade. I hope you do a blog about the difference between organic and certified organic.
Peace,
Justyn
http://www.gonaturalbaby.com

William

I couldn't agree more with you on the corporate America's "GreenWashing" it is really sad and affects people like you and I who really care.
I love your blog and I just wanted to let you know about my new website. I would love to get your comments and feedback on it or perhaps maybe even a blurb on your blog about it as well. We sell eco-friendly home decor and lighting products, a lot of our products are reclaimed and biodegradable as well.
-William
www.worldlydecor.com

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