Groovy Green Magazine Launched
6/05/2006 07:48:00 AM | Author: baloghblog
Well, here is where all of my computer time has been dedicated for the past 2 months!



www.groovygreen.com
(magazine site)

www.groovygreen.com/groove (blog site)

About GG:

This is the time for taking action in our lives. We will be expanding our focus to include ways that you can become more self-sufficient, as well as challenging ourselves at GG as a way of inspiring others.

As we continue to evolve, we look forward to expanding the number of contributors to provide a broad spectrum of ideas from around the country and around the world. We strive to become the People's Green Magazine: There are a tremendous amount of great environmental writers out there, and an increasing (and sometimes overwhelming) number of "green blogs". Groovy Green will be a place where good writers can come to post articles and blog posts to a larger audience--while maintaining their own personal writing. We don't want to be restrictive--hell we want writers to promote their own site! Many good writers have a small but dedicated audience of readers - we want to recruit authors from the sea of blogs out there and give them a platform to stand together on.

Check it out and let us know what you like/don't like.
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2 comments:

On 10:44 AM , phil said...

OK: I finallly caved. I've been reading through both the magazine and the blog. They're good--despite the Pataki idolatry earlier this year.

During my convalescence, I've been doing a lot of reading. A great book for this site: Garbage Land by Elizabeth Royte. The author attempts to follow her trash: from consumption to its final resting place. She explains both the science and politics that have an impact on trash, and their ultimate impact on our environment. I'm only about half way through, but I'm already mentally trying to figure out how to reduce my use and increase my recycling.

Good work.

 
On 12:18 PM , Michael said...

Phil, thanks for the tip. I'll check it out. And thanks for giving us another shot beyond our views on Pataki (is anyone else excited about Spitzer as I am?)

Best,
Michael--www.groovygreen.com