Thursday, April 19, 2007

San Francisco makes it easier to be eco-friendly

California residents are said to be more eco-friendly than others, and here's a resource they have at hand. Springwise reports the launch of The Green Zebra Guide in San Francisco is a guide and coupon book that lists organic restaurants, shops, spas, yoga studios, independent bookstores etc in the local area. Consumers using this $25 coupon book can save up to $12,000 at over 250 locations. For a lot of consumers, making the effort to finding a eco-friendly place is the hardest part, and The Green Zebra Guide solves this problem.
The guide also features articles and tips on eco-friendly living, including a list of 20 steps you can take today for a greener tomorrow—all in all, a great reference for area residents who want to feel better about their impact on their community and environment. Currently, the Green Zebra Guide is limited to the San Francisco area, but as consumers everywhere become more environmentally conscious, this concept could gain popularity in almost any major city.

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