My good friend Jan Van Voorst, founder of the green blog and email service Planetsave, has a great new project called Like it for Good which turns Facebook Likes, Twitter tweets, Google +1s, and StumbleUpon thumbs into good green things like wind credit offsets and preserved forests.
Every week he posts up a new offering which pairs a sponsor to a positive environmental action. Right now you can click and offset the CO2 emissions from your computer and cell phone, preserve 50 square feet of land in the Appalachians, 101 square feet of rainforest, plant a tree, and save 43.5 square feet of coral reef. All with just your clicks.
Swing over to Like it for Good and start clicking to help save the world, a little bit at a time.
Are you on Twitter? Follow me (@sheagunther) there, I give good tweets.
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