A friend of our network, and actually the founder of sister site Planetsave, has a new website and campaign going on. The website is Click it for Good!, and it features posts that are sponsored by green companies or nonprofits that put extra money into green efforts (e.g. saving the rainforest or installing more wind power) based on the number of times people share the posts via the social media buttons on the top of the post.
Confused? Here’s a specific example (the site’s latest post/campaign):
“GreenerGreenGrass will reduce 61 pounds of pollution (CO2) with Renewable Choice Wind Power” for each click on one of the social media sharing buttons (i.e. Facebook, Twitter, Google+, or StumbleUpon) on this post: Share this link for free wind power – compliments of GreenerGreenGrass.
I think everyone here on CleanTechnica is well aware of why wind power is so good and green. But if you want a quick summary of that, Jan van Voorst (the founder of Click it for Good! and Planetsave) has a useful summary of its green benefits, referencing a few of our own pieces, on that post above.
So, head on over to that post and click away!
Image Credit: wind turbines via shutterstock