DENVER, CO--(Marketwire - Sep 17, 2012) - Green Forum is pleased to announce that they are teaching over 3,000 members and even more visitors ways to be green by providing free educational resources at their online forum. With 3,368 members, 22,038 Twitter followers and 100 Facebook fans, numbers are a cause for celebration at the forums.
The owner of the site says, "We are so pleased that Green Forum is making headway in the online community. We hope that our membership continues to see this kind of growth into the future so that more and more people can be educated on ways to be green. Education and action made by members are the keys to preserving our planet for future generations."
These and other green forums provide online resources, educational materials, user generated content and other items of interest relating to the environmental and sustainability fields. The content is then released in several avenues on the site including: an informative and interesting blog, forums that provide an outlet for active discussion with leaders in the green movement and a green updates section to relay news stories to members.
The dialogue on Green Forum is informative and extensive. It is an outlet to ask questions, post news stories, engage in debates and promote causes. All forums are posted by registered members and Green Forum moderators.
Their blog has covered topics including: "Teaching Children How to Be Green," "Earth Friendly Offices," "The Locavore: Be Green. Be Local.," and "Camping The Eco Friendly Way." All blogs are provided by non-biased writers with a genuine interest in the world of sustainability.
Unlike other green forums, membership at Green Forum is completely free. It takes only a couple minutes to sign up, and for those who want to link their Green Forum account to a Facebook account, the process is even faster.
Green Forum aims to promote sustainable and eco-friendly choices for individuals and companies. There is not a more perfect place to be educated or educate others about the future of our planet, and what we can all do to help. For more information on how to be green, or sign up for a free membership, visit www.greenforum.com.