HBCU Writers's Project
For Immediate Release
October 04, 2009
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Kiel Redding
Florida Agricultural and Mechanical University

(BPRW) The Green Web

(BLACK PR WIRE/FAMU-TALLAHASSEE) – The message to save the world is growing by the minute within the web. Constant public service announcements, blogs, commercials and websites are pushing this worldwide campaign of “going green.” 

The internet is full of websites with all sorts of green tips on energy conservation, water consumption and recycling tips to help persuade the masses in saving the planet. Various websites are immediately opening their homepages with advice and tips on easy ways of converting to green products. 

According to 30daystonatural.com, their Green Works natural cleaning products work and are good for the environment. The website even has video testimonials where three mothers trade in their traditional cleaning products for Green Works. Treehugger.com has 10 tips on greener driving without having a hybrid. Goinggreen.com has an article which says that people in Spain who drive electric vehicles experience free parking and a 75 percent tax reduction. Also, the website spends time on the Going Green West Conference in San Francisco, which discussed a problematic economy in the future if action is not taken to help the planet. 

The internet seems to be a driving force in the message to every corner of the world, for this crisis of saving the planet for the children.