WeCanLiveGreen.com directory launched

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WeCanLiveGreen.com, a green products and services directory, has launched.
The Web site is aimed at connecting consumers to the growing green product and services industry on a nationwide level, both through We Can Live Green's online directory and We Can Live Green's region-specific directory.

The site will offer a products and services directory that will direct consumers to green products and services including apparel, bath and beauty, energy conservation, gardening, home improvement, school supplies and transportation.

Green living 101, an informational tutorial that educates consumers on a variety of issues relating to going green and sustainable living, is a feature on the news siteConsumers will have access to expert and celebrity forums, public forums and downloadable documents that outline the steps of going green.

The Web site was developed in collaboration with up2speed computer solutions, a technology services company based in Denver. Up2speed built the site on their proprietary template engine allowing for search engine friendly URLs to be used for an infinite number of pages and scalability in dynamic listings.

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