Simply Green MagazineJust when I was lamenting the dire lack of magazines with a green focus (a practical, green focus), I found out about Shared Earth, and decided it definitely seemed like just my cup of tea.

Now, it looks like there’s another one that could well tickle my green tastebuds – a magazine called  ‘Simply Green‘ looks set to hit our shelves in a couple of months’ time.

I’ve just received the August newsletter from Odyssey Magazine, in which was contained an announcement of the new magazine’s impending launch:

A green wave has arrived on South African shores!

South African consumers are becoming more aware every day of the necessity of, and savings to be made in, ‘ going green’ , and now there is a new consumer title, Simply Green , about to take its place on the shelves of leading outlets countrywide which will answer every green question.

Simply Green is South Africa’s home-grown response to the imperatives of saving money, energy, water, endangered habitats and species, the environment and – if we all do our part – even the planet. And it doesn’t have to cost the earth, either.

Simply Green will provide easy, ‘next best step’ solutions to consumers across the board, from buyers of safer, friendlier hair shampoo, baby products and household cleaners, to energy-saving kitchen ware and electronics, fuel-efficient vehicles and alternative energy options for the home and office, right up to the greening of the corporate environment. Rather than focusing on environmental problems, Simply Green is solutions-oriented, with plenty of options, tips, hints and ‘how-to’s for everyone.

Simply Green will be featured at the Natural & Organic Products Exhibition
at the CTICC from October 17 – 19 (see ad below) where it will have its official launch.

Jump on board now and ride the green wave with us into a brighter, better, safer, sustainable tomorrow.

Sounds interesting indeed… On the face of it, I prefer the look and feel of Shared Earth, but as one should never judge a book (or magazine) by its cover, I’ll be eagerly awaiting a peek at both magazines’ innards before I make any sort of decision (and then I’ll probably subscribe to both!).

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