When a Non-Profit Soapbox client gets an intro like this from a media outlet, it’s great:
When the subject is the environment, Diane MacEachern has long been ahead of the times. Thirty years ago, she earned a master’s degree in natural resources and the environment. And 20 years ago she helped design and build the energy-efficient house in the Washington, D.C., area where she and her family live.
Now she hopes to be in the vanguard again. Next week she is launching a national campaign and a website, BigGreenPurse.com, urging women to shift at least $1,000 of their annual household spending to green products. On average, people spend $18,000 a year on groceries and household goods.
When you wake up to find it lands on the homepage of the CS Monitor, it’s amazing!
Congrats to Diane MacEachern for all her hard work in helping women make this world a better place.
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