The Top Six Eco-Messaging Errors, and Their Remedies

EcoGirlLogoColorSQRForFB1Eco-writing doesn’t have to be depressing. In fact, it’s more effective when it’s not!
To help us all be more effective in how we think and talk about environmental and community issues, EcoGirl has distilled a list of what she sees as the top six harmful eco-communication approaches — and the key principles that we can use instead.
By avoiding these errors, and applying these positive principles instead, we can be more successful at engaging other people in the key issues of our times, and encouraging their participation in cheerful, constructive, and effective ways.
To read this helpful column, see Skillful Aim For Your Eco-Message.
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I've been a professional writer, public speaker, and graphic artist for over 25 years, inspiring and empowering many thousands of people through my books, newsletters, articles, workshops, and more. For the past 20 years, I've specialized in environmental and community topics, bringing forward useful information that inspires readers, deepens their understanding, and empowers constructive action for a better world. One of my current key projects is my Ask EcoGirl column, an eco-advice column with a geeky superhero twist. You can read my past columns, and learn about my handy EcoGirl booklets, at www.askecogirl.info. I also invite you to visit my Facebook page -- and perhaps "like" it -- to bring my cheerful and helpful eco-info, tips, and actions into your daily Newsfeed. www.facebook.com/AskEcoGirl
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