(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.”