RISMEDIA, April 23, 2007-In recognition of Earth Day, Move, Inc. has just launched three new green initiatives: Move's "Green Your Home" section; the "Do-it Green" Blog; and the Green Home Builder classification. As the popular Internet destination for finding, improving, and enjoying your home, Move has created these new initiatives around the most requested topics in the green movement online-recycling/reducing, creating healthy and environmentally-friendly homes.
"Green Your Home" Section
Move's new "Green Your Home" section, www.move.com/green, features articles, tips and hints on low-cost ways to use less of the earth's resources by recycling, reusing and reducing. Move's extensive library explores the full range of ways to make a home "green," from innovations in green building and remodeling to showcasing cutting-edge homes designed by the National Association of Home Builders using green materials. Featured articles include 5 Low-cost Ways to Go Green to Simple Household Products to Green Your Home.
"Do-it Green" Blog
Creating a social network to discuss how green living begins at home, the new "Do-it Green" blog, found at http://blogs.move.com/do-it-green, shares real-life stories, ideas and conversations about being eco-friendly, sustainable living and healthier homes. Move's "Do-it Green" blog offers current information on how to make even the smallest adjustments to a home, such as green cleaning products or conserving energy. For those who want to make a major lifestyle-change, there are postings ranging from how to install solar panels to moving into a building with sustainable or recyclable products. Beyond green improvements to individual homes, the "Do-it Green" blog provides information about new green building materials, eco-friendly architecture models and cities implementing green standards.
Green Home Builder Classification
For those looking to change their lifestyle and move into a new eco-friendly home, a Green Home Builder icon has been added to new construction home listings on www.move.com. Builders can now inform buyers that their homes are green in design, construction or operations. Homes with the new Green Home Builder icon are recognized for being more environmentally responsible, cost effective or an overall healthier place to live.
For more information, visit http://www.move.com.