Intent.com Announces Online Earth Day Campaign Kicking Off April 22nd
SANTA MONICA, Calif., April 21 /PRNewswire/ -- Earth Day reminds us all of the little things we can do to help save our perilous planet. Now more than ever, people are making a conscious effort to incorporate earth friendly practices into their everyday lives, whether through greening their diets, curbing their pets' carbon footprint, or becoming a more eco-friendly parent. Intent.com has collaborated with a host of holistic living sites to create the content series 30 Days to a Greener You, which offers simple and original ways to adopt a greener lifestyle.
"Intent is partnering with other leading wellness sites such as Beliefnet.com to offer practical solutions, original tips and support for people looking to become a little more 'green' and eco-conscious. We recognize that it's often our small, daily choices that have the greatest impact on our planet," states Mallika Chopra, the founder of Intent.com and daughter of wellness guru Deepak Chopra. Rapidly emerging as a premier wellness site and social network, Intent aims to provide the best content in the categories of personal, social, global and spiritual wellness.
30 Days to a Greener You encourages individuals to take an active role in helping our planet. Readers can share their intentions for becoming more green and receive support and ideas from the community, take quizzes, weigh-in on polls, listen to exclusive podcast interviews between Mallika Chopra and green experts, and watch video demonstrations on DIY green beauty and household cleaning products.
Series contributors include leading experts in the green movement Simran Sethi (Green Journalist and TV personality), Rex Weyler (original director of Greenpeace) and Jeff McIntire-Strasburg (Sustainablog).
Highlights of 30 Days to A Greener You include:
"The Chopra family have always been enormously popular personalities with the Beliefnet audience and we are very excited to be partnering with Intent on this creative Earth Day initiative," says Valerie Reiss, Holistic Living Editor for Beliefnet.com. "Contributing to the growing green movement is a priority for many in the Beliefnet Community, and we are very happy to support these creative suggestions and ideas."
To share your green intent and take your next steps to a more sustainable lifestyle, visit Intent.com.
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