One of the most popular types of articles these days are those that deal with green environmentalism. These subtopics such as alternative energy, recycling, and hybrid automobiles are also quite popular. Amazingly enough, these types of articles get almost as much play as Hollywood popularity contest articles about people like Britney Spears, Paris Hilton, or Janet Jackson.

This really shouldn’t surprise anyone because the environmental movement has been going on for decades now. And it has reached critical mass. Everyone is talking about these topics. Folks are considering buying a hybrid car, like a SmartCar or a Chevy Volt in the future. During the last presidential election we had quite a bit of talk about alternative energy and it was a point of national discussion.

Everybody seems to want to do their part, and the number of people who are separating their trash for recycling has increased by 200% in just the last five years. This provides a great opportunity for those who write articles online, or for article authors who sell their works to newspapers or major magazines. Having written hundreds of articles on these topics, I’ve learned a lot from the e-mail feedback I get from my readers.

So, I’d like to recommend if you’re going to write environmental articles for the general public that you discuss how each of us can do our individual part to help make a cleaner environment. And offer helpful tips for saving energy, recycling, and provide a little philosophical thought on these issues. If you will do those things I’m sure your articles will get read as much as mine have. Please consider all this.

Lance Winslow is a retired Founder of a Nationwide Franchise Chain, and now runs the Online Think Tank. Lance Winslow believes everyone should indeed recycle; http://www.paperdragonrecycling.com/

Note: All of Lance Winslow’s articles are written by him, not by Automated Software, any Computer Program, or Artificially Intelligent Software. None of his articles are outsourced, PLR Content or written by ghost writers. Lance Winslow believes those who use these strategies lack integrity and mislead the reader. Indeed, those who use such cheating tools, crutches, and tricks of the trade may even be breaking the law by misleading the consumer and misrepresenting themselves in online marketing, which he finds completely unacceptable.

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