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February 07, 2011 09:00 ET

The Mother (Earth) of All Going Green Checklists

PHOENIX, AZ--(Marketwire - February 7, 2011) - If you've ever tried piecing together your own green checklist from eco-friendly information found on the Internet, you know it's overwhelming. has done the legwork for you, compiling a comprehensive website featuring everything from energy conservation to recycling. You can also find dozens of articles on solar energy, wind energy and many other green living options.

"We broke down a very broad category of alternative energy and green living into easy to read concepts," says founder Kristy Welsh, "We've just released our 'green checklist', a comprehensive set of ideas to make your life more green and eco-friendly."

Welsh says the checklist takes into account ways to save money as well ways to go green, "The average person wants to be more environmentally friendly, but does not have extra money to spend. We wanted to making green living easily affordable and achievable."

The's "Green Checklist" covers every area of the average person's life:

1) Home Decor. Most commercial home decor materials contain toxic chemicals. Breathing a lot easier is a little know-how to surround yourself with clean, green materials for every room in the house.

2) Food and Gardening. We show you ways to grown your own organic food free of chemicals. Learn to conserve water by harvesting rainwater and recycling greywater that you can use in your garden and on landscaping.

3) Health and Beauty. You look your best when you feel your best -- and nothing feels better to eco-conscious consumers than natural health and beauty products for yourself, your family and even your pets. 

4) Travel and Outdoors. When it's time to get up and go, green is in the details, from your daily commute to work to your annual vacation.

5) Green Building. Green-built homes command a premium even in today's tough market. If you are building a new home or adding on to one you own, you can improve the resale value by using the latest green building techniques. is a renewable energy information source that specializes in coverage of alternative fuels. Besides their informative green checklist, features comprehensive articles and blog posts on subjects ranging from wind turbines and solar panels to carbon credits and energy tax credits.

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