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thegreenpages up high - Mount Everest from Joel Ziegler

thegreenpages up high – Mount Everest sent from Joel Ziegler in 2001

We are always looking for passionate writers, bloggers, avid photographers, and social mavens to contribute.

Since we started in 1998, we have been overwhelmed with emails asking us to share media releases, photographs and videos from environmentally concerned citizens and organizations. thegreenpages.ca network helps facilitate this process through this website and various social networks.

Ways to share

Contact us with any environmental news, or you can use our easy online forms to post an environmental job or volunteer opportunity or to promote your event, and we’ll make sure to get the word out to the rest of Canada and beyond!

Our stories and posts are shared around the web, and have grown with numerous updates, comments and discussions.

See below for guidelines on how to contribute to thegreenpages.ca network. Previous contributors have written about a wide range of topics, such as new environmental initiatives, sustainable shopping ideas or reviews for green books. You may use our online contact form, or simply send us an email at media ‘at’ thegreenpages.ca.

Contributor Guidelines

Stories must be related to the environment and preferably within a Canadian context.

Content should be original for thegreenpages.ca. (We may consider stories that were published elsewhere, but request to be notified before we post your story.)

  1. Please ensure stories are concise – 250 to 750 words is the normal range.
  2. Give your story a short and catchy title – try to keep it 8 words or less.
  3. If applicable, provide pictures if you have permission to use them. (Please provide photo credits as well.)
  4. Don’t forget to provide web links

Opportunities for Regional Reporters

Our goal is to feature perspectives, stories and environmental news and events from every corner of the country. The problem is we only have so many contributors located in so many places.

Would you like to become a regional reporter based in your home province? If so, it might help if you can also tell us why thegreenpages.ca should be posting more news from your area. We’d love to get you involved in the network!

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