SAN DIEGO, CA--(Marketwire - Jan 11, 2013) - GS Enviroservices, Inc. announces the redesign and re-launch of San Diego Loves Green (www.sandiegolovesgreen.com), an online resource for environmental news and sustainable development solutions. Recently acquired by GS Enviroservices, Inc. (
Originally launched in 2008, San Diego Loves Green was San Diego's first online portal to connect residents to local green businesses and the global environmental movement. The redesigned website features news about green technologies, sustainable business ventures, environmental issues affecting the planet, the latest in scientific research, and tips on green living. The website will also maintain a comprehensive directory of green companies and services and offer mobile access through a free app.
"San Diego Loves Green helps us to expand our support of activities that contribute to a sustainable economy while connecting us to San Diego's extensive green knowledge and business base. As one of many projects that GS Enviroservices is undertaking, our plan is to grow the website to bring helpful green-living information to everyone in San Diego," said Tad Simmons, CEO of GS Enviroservices, Inc., and the website's new publisher.
Dawn Parker-Waites founded San Diego Loves Green four years ago and, after selling controlling interest in the website to GS Enviroservices, Inc., will stay on as a consultant and will continue to play a role in developing the site's content. Roy Hales, one of GS Enviroservices Directors who has written between 300-350 articles, steps in as the website's new editor.
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