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Going Green’s Official Facebook Page

Going Green’s Official Facebook Page

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Alexandra Magaard // 31 October 2014 // #GoingGreen 

Dear Going-Green 2014 participants,

The project and I are excited to present our new official Facebook platform! The platform will allow you to check the latest news on sustainability, communicate with participants from other groups and to share your ideas and thoughts.

We’ll be sure to let you know if something green is going on in the world or if any problems are in need of your green ideas. Feel free to be inspired for your own projects and use the chance to share your thoughts.

We will also post information on our current experts who you can then contact on the Moodle platform. Do not hesitate to ask what you always wanted to know about a sustainable lifestyle. Our experts are happy to share their knowledge with you!

You want to present what you found out while working on your project? You want to inspire others? Great! Post your ideas and findings and invite friends and other participants to support you or to hear about their opinion.

Join us here https://www.facebook.com/pages/Going-Green-Project-2014/743892859024455 and give us a thumbs up.

We’re excited to offer you another platform to “go green,”

and we look forward to hearing from you!

All the best,

your Going-Green 2014 Team

Alexandra Magaard is a native of Wayzata, Minnesota and graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Political Science and German Language from James Madison University. In 2014-15, Alex served as a virtual intern for the U.S. Embassy and the Teach About US blog’s first author. A passionate supporter of environmentalism and green topics, Alex says that her activism began when she built a replica of the Cathedral of Notre Dame out of re-used egg cartons for her art class at age eight. She is now working for a German company based in Washington D.C.