GoodGuide Looks To Green My Parents Youth For Input

Creating a sustainable future for America and the world beyond is no easy task. Yet, the generation most likely up to it is just now coming of age. Today’s youth are connected, concerned and confident in their ability to make a difference in the world. That’s why GoodGuide is pleased to be working with GreenMyParents Youth to gain insights into how we can make our ratings and knowledge of the environmental, health and social impacts of products most relevant and useful to those wanting to use the power of their purchases to create a greener, healthier and more transparent world.

GreenMyParents is a really cool nationwide program that helps young peeple teach their peers and parents how to work together to grow the green economy. Over the coming months, GMP Youth will be posting on our blog about their experience using GoodGuide.

The first post is from Rudy Sanchez who discusses his experience using our cell phone ratings. Check it out.

About Josh Dorfman

Josh Dorfman is GoodGuide's VP of Marketing. An environmental entrepreneur, author, and television and radio host, Josh is best known as "The Lazy Environmentalist," the media brand he created as a blog, book series, SiriusXM radio show and award-winning television series on Sundance Channel. In 2011, he was inducted into the International Green Industry Hall of Fame.
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One Response to GoodGuide Looks To Green My Parents Youth For Input

  1. rtl live tv says:

    I think this is also interesting for my country, the Netherlands! Thanks fot sharing.

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