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The Green Guide



The Green Guide is a respected consumer source for practical everyday actions and choices benefiting environmental and personal health. Readable, credible and realistic, each bi-monthly issue (delivered by mail or electronically) offers cutting-edge reporting on environmental and health issues of immediate importance to consumers, as well as hands-on, practical solutions that include everything from product reports that will help you make shopping choices to responsible consumer and citizen actions.
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Address:
Prince Street Station, P.O. Box 567
New York , NY 10012
USA
Contact Person: Wendy Gordon
E-Mail: wgordon@thegreenguide.com
Website: http://www.thegreenguide.com
   


Detailed Information:
Since 1994, The Green Guide has been the premiere consumer source for practical everyday actions benefiting environmental and personal health. As an environmental lifestyle newsletter and website, The Green Guide provides an intersection between mainstream consumer service (women's, health, parenting, and shelter) and environmental advocacy publications. Readable, credible and realistic, each bi-monthly issue (available by mail or through the web) offers cutting-edge reporting on environmental and health issues of immediate importance to consumers, as well as hands-on, practical solutions that include everything from product reports that will help you make shopping choices to responsible consumer and citizen actions. The Green Guide is brief and focused, an information destination with all facts rigorously researched and verified.

Here are just a few examples of what you'll find in The Green Guide:

*Quick-reading articles for you and your family on environmental and health problems and solutions
*Wallet-sized shopping guides and lists
*Label reading advice, including what they really mean and what they don't tell you
*Product Reports listing what to look for and what to look out for when purchasing a product, which to buy that are better for health and the environment, and where to find them
*Good ideas, bad ideas, spotlighting products, companies, and civic initiatives
*News and views on current environmental, health and social issues
*Recipes
*Polls of consumer attitudes and behaviors
*Book reviews
*References for finding out more


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