DENVER, CO--(Marketwire - Nov 28, 2012) - Green Forum, an interactive online forum, has recently developed its online blog to address environmental problems and solutions. The blog covers a wide variety of topics, ranging from carbon footprints, global warming, sustainability, household tips and seasonal posts.
"I am proud that Green Forum is playing a key role in educating the public about sustainability and the green movement," says the owner of Green Forum. "This world has a lot of environmental problems to solve, and every little bit I can do to help others engage in discussion about the future of our planet is another step to healing it."
Green Forum is a free online forum that also has a blog, community page and green updates section. With over 3,000 members, Green Forum is an excellent place to engage in discussion about environmentalism and the green movement. Green Forum's blog is updated with a new post twice a week.
Registration is free and easy. It gives users full access to the site and all of its features. Non-registered users can still view Green Forum's 34 blog posts, among other features.
One common thread throughout the blogs is that they provide solutions that empower individuals. Recycling is one way to make a real difference, as explained in the blog posts: "A Simple Guide to Recycling Properly," "Tips on Recycling Hard to Recycle Items" and "Putting the Reuse Back in Conservation." Green Forum's blog encourages its users to recycle, but knows that reusing and repurposing are better for the environment and should be implemented as first measures above recycling.
There are other topics, like travel, event planning and holidays, which encourage people to make better decisions. Although inherently traveling and large events are not sustainable, Green Forum's blog shows readers how to do things differently so that all people can lessen their impact on the planet in the blog posts: "Green Travel Tips: Ways to be Green on Your Next Vacation," "How to Pull Off a Great Green Event" and "What are Green Vacations and How Can I Take One?"
Green Forum is an online forum, blog and resource for all Internet users looking to be green. Being green goes far beyond recycling at this website. Join in the discussion and solve environmental problems today by claiming your free membership at www.greenforum.com.