PRLog - Dec. 28, 2009 - BROOKLYN, N.Y. -- It’s easy to find information, whether you use the search box or browse by category. All the facts and tips are organized by city and further broken down into categories. The launch of One-Earth.com marks a momentous occasion for the advancement of how information about sustainability is disseminated and obtained.
Founder of One-Earth.com, Steven Matt, and Journalist, Catilin O'Connell
One-Earth.com, like Wikipedia.org or Craigslist.com, is a form of “bottom-up”
Traditionally, information about ways to reduce one’s negative impact on the environment has been derived from top-down media in the form of magazines, newspapers, Television shows. Traditional top-down media prevents the information from being effective in two ways: 1) because the information is often targeted at people across a vast geographic area, the content tends to be irrelevant to provide any specific concrete tips and facts 2) valuable time is lost in the process of editing, reviewing, publishing, and archiving the content. Both of these old ways of organization and disseminating information slows down the process of getting people the information they’re looking for.
One-Earth.com is free for everyone to use; there are no subscription or registration fees and there's no need to register to view the index. One-Earth.com also offers geographically-
One-Earth.com is changing the way people go green and save money. The website, which launched this year, is on track to "index the world's environmental solutions", by allowing anyone to edit the index using a wiki. One-Earth.com works like Wikipedia and it's free.
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One-Earth.com is the largest index of eco-living tips. Search or browse by city and category. It works like Wikipedia and it's free.