“Global Grassroots Environmental Activism” Internet Site Launches

EcoInternet's new “My.EcoEarth.Info” environmental campaign social networking site and advanced search capabilities give local conservation efforts the global edge for victory at http://my.ecoearth.info/
By EcoInternet, Inc.
http://www.ecoearth.info/ & http://www.ecologicalinternet.org/
January 29, 2006
Contact: Dr. Glen Barry , glenbarry@ecologicalinternet.org
(Wisconsin) – EcoInternet, providers of the Internet's leading environmental search portals, is pleased to announce a new “My.EcoEarth.Info” site which weds social networking technologies with their existing voluminous climate, forest, water and environment data holdings and tools. And EcoInternet's unmatched environmental search engines now search not only the Internet; but recent news and reviewed site links through one interface as well. There is nothing quite like this suite of Internet technology use for the environment on the web.
“The Internet enables a new type of grassroots environmental activism that will prove crucial to successful, sufficient efforts to stop climate change, end ancient forest logging and achieve global ecological sustainability. Along with our constant environmental action alert issuance, news and link tracking, and biocentric blog commentary; these new social networking and search capabilities enable small groups of people to research, organize, protest and agitate to save their special neck of the woods,” explains Dr. Glen Barry, EcoInternet's President. “If government won't lead, the netroots will.”

EcoInternet has continuously set the pace for successfully using emerging Internet technologies to facilitate environmental conservation (see http://www.ecoearth.info/kudos/ for recent victories). On a modest non-profit budget of some $75,000/year provided almost entirely by individuals and with 1 1/2 staff persons; they have built and maintain the most comprehensive, most used, fastest growing and most important environmental search portals. Online since 1989, in 1993 they were one of the first 10,000 web sites, unveiled the Internet's first continuous blog in 1995, pioneered environmental search engines in 1999, and since have continued to run and maintain a “Global Grassroots Environmental Activism” network like no other. EcoInternet's network is a formidable force.
In addition to news coverage of this important announcement, it is hoped that those receiving this press release will:
1.) Set-up a “My.EcoEarth.Info” account to campaign and meet like minded environmentalists, and forward the information.
2.) Link the new “My.EcoEarth.Info” site, as well as the rest of our family of leading environmental portals (below).
3.) Consider supporting these ground-breaking and crucial environmental campaign tools by donating at http://www.ecoearth.info/donate/ or by sponsoring the site(s) of your choice at http://www.ecoearth.info/sponsor/. Your sponsorship will be acknowledged with a banner or text link.
4.) Commit yourself to personal actions and the global environmental sustainability movement to Save the Earth by subscribing to our low volume email list at http://www.ecoearth.info/subscribe/ .
EcoInternet's other web based projects include:
EcoEarth.Info — http://www.EcoEarth.Info/
Climate Ark — http://www.climateark.org/
Forests.org — http://forests.org/
Water Conserve — http://www.waterconserve.org/
Rainforest Portal — http://www.rainforestportal.org/
Ocean Conserve — http://www.oceanconserve.org/

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3 Responses

  1. Adam DeFranco says:

    This is great news.
    Thank you.
    It is my hope you place these links on your various email newsletters so we can have it handy to reference and send to others.
    Again thank you for the work you do.
    Adam DeFranco

  2. Ron Hart says:

    Congratulations! great work!

  3. Richard Bergin says:

    keep up the good work

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