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Big Green Purse

Big Green Purse believes that the fastest, easiest, most direct route to a clean and healthy environment is to shift our spending to environmentally-safe, socially responsible products and services.

Big Green Purse is unique in its focus on women because women spend $.85 of every dollar in the marketplace. That's a lot of power packed in a purse...but only if it's used in a way that can't be ignored.

Big Green Purse: Shopping for the World You Want

Website: http://www.biggreenpurse.com


Diane MacEachern
Founder & CEO

Mailing address:
Big Green Purse
P.O. Box 11282
Takoma Park, MD 20913, USA

Protesters, Rock Stars and High Fashion Set the Stage at Detroit Auto Show
January 14, 2008 04:01 PM - , Big Green Purse

For the next couple of days, I’ll be blogging live from the North American International Auto Show in Detroit, where dozens of 2008 model cars are on display along with more than 50 “concept” cars and production vehicles. I’m here at the invitation of General Motors, though I’m under no obligation to write “nice” about GM’s cars – or anyone else’s for that matter.

As energy-saver, clothesline makes a comeback
December 1, 2007 12:48 PM - , Big Green Purse

TAKOMA PARK, Md. – The first website that encourages women to use the power of their purse to protect

the environment will launch this Earth Day (April 22, 2007) with a call for women to make a billion-dollar ecoimpact

in the marketplace.www.biggreenpurse.com is the cornerstone of a national Big Green Purse

campaign urging one million women to intentionally shift at least $1,000 of money they already spend to

products and services that offer the greatest environmental benefit.

Hospitals move to phase out chemical
December 1, 2007 12:45 PM - , Big Green Purse

Newborns in hospital intensive care units are vulnerable in so many ways.

Their paper-thin skin can be torn by medical tape. Their lungs may not be developed enough to supply their tiny bodies with oxygen. Their immature immune systems leave them susceptible to a wide world of germs.

Controlling Catalogue Clutter
November 14, 2007 10:39 AM - Diane MacEachern , Big Green Purse

Diane MacEachern is the author of the best selling book: "Save Our Planet: 750 Everyday Ways You Can Help Clean Up the Earth" and the founder of BigGreenPurse.com. From BigGreenPurse, the top ten ways to reduce or eliminate catalogue clutter. 

    1. Send a letter. You can find the catalog address on the mailing label. Don’t know what to say? Download a free sample letter from Junkbusters.com.

      2. Delete your address. The Direct Marketing Association will add your name to a "delete" list for direct marketers through its Mail Preference Service ($1 online at dmaconsumers.org).

    3. Sign up with www.catalogchoice.org. This free service helps you cancel catalogs you no longer wish to receive.

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