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Mary Newswanger, from FullPowerLove.com, was Recently Nationally Featured on ABC, NBC, Fox, & LA Daily News Regarding Planet Friendly Technologies
Date:12/9/2012

Monteverde, Costa Rica (PRWEB) December 09, 2012

Mary Newswanger is now teaching about innovative green and planet friendly technologies and has just been nationally featured on ABC, NBC, Fox, & The LA Daily News. Newswanger was recently featured in through these publications because she discusses evolutionary technology that will transform our lives. Mary is excited to be collaborating with other leading experts and best-selling author Robert Vitelli, to provide consumers with insightful information and practical ideas via the upcoming show, "Leading the Field".

According to Channel 6 News in Columbus, Ohio in 1986, the first water-powered car was successfully demonstrated, with only 3% of current harmful emissions, capable of running even on salt water, applicable to any engine now running on fossil fuels, and estimated to require 22 gallons to travel from New York to Los Angeles. Mary Newswanger comments on this fact by saying, “Why are we not all driving these vehicles today?”

The focus of Mary’s work has been to encourage others towards a spirit that transcends personal and social injustice and trauma. She is currently writing a book, “How to Overcome Trauma in Your Life & Live from Your Heart,” and is going to be featured in the upcoming book, “Leading the Field: Strategies, Advice & Inspiration From World Class Experts.”

She writes, works, and speaks about the things she cares most deeply—promoting people and planet friendly technology and relations—as simply and powerfully demonstrated in the life and work of pioneering Americans such as Peace Pilgrim and Stan Meyer.

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