Today marks the official launch of a new Crowd Fusion property: Super Eco. The Super Eco team has been workingÂ for several months building a site dedicated to addressing environmental concerns and presenting environmental information in a way meant to meet readers wherever they happen to be in the process of exploring a more environmentally conscious life.
In addition to coverage of environmental news, the site offers environmental feature articles, environmental how tos, detailed profile pages of products, companies, and people mentioned in the news, and a rich and growing glossary of ecological, environmental, and scientific terms to help you discover more.Â To give you an idea of the type of content you can expect from this site, take a look at some of these features:
- The Greening of the White House, which is also one of our feature topics.
- The Super Eco interview with Matthew Modine
- No green deed goes unpunished
- Shampoo comparator
Here’s an example of some of our news posts:
- 10 things we don’t know how to recycle
- Eating garbage: The Freegan life
- 3 ways to green your man
- 3 ways to green your woman
We also have helpful people pages, like this one forÂ Barack Obama. If you add news/ to the end of that URL you can view all the Super Eco news stories that mention Barack Obama. Add rss/ to the end of this news page’s URL and you can subscribe to an RSS feed of just the Super Eco news that is Barack Obama-related. A full list of all of Super Eco’s feeds can be found here and we have a “how to” telling you how to go about subscribing to our feeds. Also, if you love all things tech make sure you check out Super Eco’s Green Tech topic section (you can subscribe to that section’s RSS via this feed). Finally, Super Eco realizes it’s joining a rich ecosystem of sites dedicated to environmental issues and the team wants to communicate, participate, and be social with all of them and with all of you, so feel free to follow Super Eco on Twitter or join the Super Eco Facebook group to let the team know what you’d like to see in the future.
Posted on by Frank Paynter