Another web database for Green Products

January 13, 2009 at 10:31 pm Leave a comment

These are becoming more and more common.  I hope someone comes out with a rating on overall effectiveness soon.

This is really an update to yesterday’s post and features the site put forward by the folks at National Geographic (http://www.thegreenguide.com/).

The folks at Sustainablog (http://sustainablog.org/2009/01/13/shopping-for-the-green-and-local-online/) have reviewed the site and seem to give it good marks.

Excerpt: “ GenGreen’s local green directories already have an impressive collection of 35,000 green business listings, 800 green events and 400 green collar jobs listed in over 5000 cities and all fifty states.

It looks to me that going green is going to keep getting easier!

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