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SuperGreenMe Testimonials

Here are some high profile testimonials we wanted to share with you!

 

Here at SuperGreenMe we are getting a great response for experts in the marketplace who are really getting value out of using SuperGreenMe.com.

We are delighted to have so many recommendations and referrals from such inspirational people. 

 

 

Ian Kiernan AO, Chairman and founder of Clean Up Australia

Ian Kiernan

"Clean Up Australia registered with Supergreenme at a very early stage because we see the potential of niche social networking. The way communities are interacting is changing and getting to people through the channels they use everyday is key. There are a lot of green websites out there, but a successful platform where communities can share and interact with each other was missing. We hope supergreenme will close this gap”

 

 

Summer Rayne Oakes, Eco Fashionista, Author & Planet Green Advisor

It was great to meet Summer at Greenfest 2009. If you are interested in learning more about Summer, visit Summer Rayne Oakes' celebrity profile on SuperGreenMe's Ecopedia.

Summer Rayne Oakes graduated from Cornell University —an entomologist and environmental scientist by training. In 2000 in the midst of her studies, Oakes embarked on a journey of cause-related modeling and innovative sustainable design/development projects to push sustainability issues through fashion and media, a position which earned her the name of “The Eco-Model ”. In addition to this, Summer Rayne is now a spokesperson, resident expert, and youngest Board of Advisors for Planet Green , Discovery Network’s new eco-lifestyle network that launched June 4, 2008 to 50 million households.

 

 

Ken Hickson, Climate Change Consultant, Author & Environmental Journalist

Ken is a well known Eco Communicator in Australia and it is great to have his support. Visit Kens profile here: Ken Hickson

A journalist by training, working in newspapers, magazines, radio & television in New Zealand, before he succumbed to the wider world of communications. He has been an enthusiast for the environment well before it became popular, supporting the World Wide Fund for Nature, and now serving as a Governor of WWF Australia.

 

 

 

Submitted by Admin on Jul 10, 2009