Yesterday the wonderful Crowd Fusion team launched our second site: a green news site called Super Eco. Super Eco has been in the works for several weeks now and it showcases many of the platform features that you may have already seen on our consumer electronics news site Obsessable. You can follow Super Eco on Twitter, on FriendFeed and on Facebook.
Here are some of my favorite Super Eco links:
- Feature: What’s in your underwear?
- Feature: What ‘organic’ means
- Topic: The greening of the White House
- Interview: Matthew Modine
- Profile: Al Gore
- Profile: World Wildlife Fund
- Comparator: Shampoos compared
C.K. created a brief video tour of Super Eco.
Super Eco’s tagline is “This planet means the world to us.” Here’s a quick overview of Super Eco’s mission from the about page:
Super Eco is the website for people who want to live a more environmentally conscious life but may not know where to begin, as well as for those tracking breaking news and trends. Super Eco is able to contextualize research and how-to’s within stories and news so that information about dishwashers, or compost bins, or Al Gore, or global warming, or hybrid vehicles are presented in a radically fresh, exciting, high energy and helpful manner. Super Eco promotes less worry and more wonder.
Less worry. More wonder. And away we go!