Book of Green, the free eco living directory full of green and ethical businesses, confirms the strength and prosperity of the green sector. Despite the recession Book of Green has launched a larger edition of the paperback eco-directory, doubled its print run, and gone digital, launching an iPhone app.
“In less than a week since the launch advertisers in the book are already seeing results showing that consumers are spending. Innovative companies that can help save money, energy and show social responsibility by putting both people and planet first, are those that will thrive in this difficult climate.” says Sue Jueno – co-founder of Book of Green.
Book of Green provides readers with hundreds of eco-friendly companies in this year’s paperback. From architects, body & skincare and cleaning products to homeware, microgeneration and sustainable tourism as well as offers, articles and new this year a fabulous competition.
The competition will enable one lucky reader to win an entire Christmas shopping list. Winning 26 presents for friends and family, including goodies from Green People, Jo Wood Organics, Balm Balm, Weleda, a case of wine from Vintage Roots, a signed copy of ‘The Woodland Year’ by Ben Law, and many more. Plus there are 50 runner-up prizes, for a little pre-xmas treat. Sign up here for your chance to win!
Book of Green is available for free across the country while stocks last, in stores such as Planet Organic, The Eden Project, health food shops, WHSmith (free with Permaculture magazine July). To find your nearest copy visit the distribution page. An online version is also available.
iPhone users can download the app for FREE direct from the App Store (search Book of Green) or via iTunes – http://bit.ly/btNx13. Users cans search categories from the home page, and will be able to view the closest green business to their location, plus any relevant web-only companies. It also features social media integration to post information to Twitter and Facebook.
Explaining the inspiration behind Book of Green, co-founder Katie Keegan explains. “We wanted to create ways of making green living really convenient and practical for people. By having a directory that is freely available, in paperback, online and on the iPhone, it is now easier than ever to find many of the great green businesses that exist today.”
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