Coco Eco Magazine heralds a new era in publishing, one that doesn’t rely on environmentally exhaustive practices such as printing and physical distribution. With publishing now rapidly converting to a digital format via the internet, tablets and smart phones, Coco Eco utilizes the medium in delivering a modern multi-media platform promoting the finest in eco-luxe fashion, beauty, celebrity and culture. In our world, living a fabulous life doesn’t hurt the planet we live on or the other inhabitants we share it with. Sexy is sustainable, celebrity is a new breed of eco warrior, and we celebrate a life of beautiful and ethical products, people, and places.
CSRwire is the leading source of corporate social responsibility and sustainability news, reports, events and information. CSRwire has paved the way for new standards of corporate citizenship, earning the international respect of thought leaders, business leaders, academics, philanthropists, activists and the media community. Through innovative techniques and strategic partnerships, CSRwire continues to expand its content, communication technology and distribution channels exponentially.
Now providing a wealth of environmental-focused lifestyle and home content for The Huffington Post, the dedicated Ecofabulous page hosts original product reviews and recommendations featuring eco-conscious beauty, fashion, home, kids, tech, and lifestyle items; provides resources for readers aiming to live a green life; profiles environmentally-pioneering companies; and serves as a place to inspire readers seeking the recommendations of expert editors and designers.
Earth911 provides consumers with accessible and actionable recycling information across the country. They list over 1 million recycling locations and programs that people can search to find their nearest recycling options and resources.
Brett “Mr. Eco” Edwards believes that monumental changes begin with the youngest members of society. He combined his passions for sustainability, wildlife conservation and hip-hop to create an environmental rap superhero that uses music to empower children to become activists called #EcoHeroes. Mr. Eco uses a blend of “edutainment” to teach our youth that their local actions impact ecosystems and wildlife globally.
The first thing you should know about Organic Spa Magazine is that it’s not a magazine about spas. Nope. Of course, we adore spas and appreciate the fulfilling and holistic effect they have on us, but our focus for this magazine isn’t on the places one goes to retreat. Rather, it is about the wisdom that is often taken away from them. “Spa wisdom,” that invaluable health and wellness message that is the essence of true spas. We couple this message with our mission to help others achieve a greener, more sustainable, organic lifestyle. After all, isn’t that the goal?