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How To Go Green: Free Mini-Course Offers Tips on How to Gain the Benefits of Going Green


Burbank, California USA - Many people want to live a greener lifestyle but don’t know how to go green. Others worry that green living means introducing a lot of inconvenience in their lives. Now even those who up to now have resisted taking steps to live greener can easily gain the benefits of going green. A free E-mail course offered by green living expert Steve Stillwater shows how to go green and save money while avoiding the inconvenience and hassle many people associate with green living.
“Learn How To Live Green and Save Money” is a 7-day mini-course sent by e-mail that provides practical steps anyone can follow for creating a greener lifestyle. The course consists of seven e-mails, each containing specific tips on how to go green and save money as a result. Included are strategies for reducing energy use at home, conserving water, saving gas, and making green habits stick. Each unit provides concrete, money-saving steps that are easy to implement, allowing people to enjoy the benefits of going green immediately.
“When people hear the words ‘How To Go Green’ they immediately think it will cost them more money and create a lot of added inconvenience. I wanted to create a green living mini-course that would help anyone to immediately begin enjoying the benefits of going green,” commented author Steve Stillwater.
The Living Green and Saving Energy website ( offers a Green Newsfeed, which provides news about green living, green technology, and renewable energy updated continuously all day long. The site also offers advice, tips, and information on how to go green and save money.
You can sign up for the free e-course at
For more information, contact Steve Stillwater at Greenwise Publishing by e-mail at


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