CLEVELAND and NEW YORK, Oct. 22 /CSRwire/ - EcoWatch, one of the nation’s leading online environmental platforms, announces the launch of its redesigned website to include three verticals—EcoNews, EcoLiving and EcoBusiness.
EcoNews reports on the work of more than 1,000 environmental organizations worldwide, features the insights of renowned environmental leaders and spotlights environmental research on college campuses. EcoLiving engages those who are connecting the dots between human health and the environment, and provides how-to content on greening your home, growing your own food and living a biocentric lifestyle. EcoBusiness celebrates social enterprise, features entrepreneurs and incubators creating the products and green jobs of tomorrow, and promotes innovative products that are changing the world. In addition, EcoWatch added an online store with thousands of green products to help people lead a healthier and more sustainable lifestyle.
“EcoWatch is at the forefront of uniting all shades of green to ensure the health and longevity of our planet," said EcoWatch board member Robert F. Kennedy, Jr. "Media plays a vital role in educating people on the most critical issues of our time, and EcoWatch is leading the charge in using online news to drive fundamental change.”
In September, EcoWatch became a Certified B Corporation and joined more than 800 companies worldwide that are embracing social and environmental responsibility in day-to-day decision-making.
B Lab co-founder Jay Coen Gilbert said, “Business leaders have a new freedom to make decisions that are in the best interests of society as well as their bottom line. We are delighted to have companies like EcoWatch band together to turn the tide and leverage the power of business to solve social and environmental problems.”
“As environmental and health concerns become more prevalent, it is up to the media to inform readers on critical issues impacting the planet,” said EcoWatch founder and CEO Stefanie Spear who has been publishing environmental news for more than two decades. “EcoWatch will continue to be at the forefront of cutting-edge news that educates and motivates readers to engage in protecting human health and the environment.”
For more information, visit www.EcoWatch.com and www.pressaction.com/news/weblog/full_article/stefaniespear09242013/.
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