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Bestselling Author David Bach Goes Green With Eco-Challenge

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Bestselling Author David Bach is partnering with Waterkeeper Alliance and Gaiam, Inc. in a brand new, super green, environmentally exciting promotion. The goal is to raise $100,000 for Waterkeeper’s Alliance and plant 1,000 trees to help fight climate change. And just how will they carry out this eco-deed?

David Bach will donate one dollar to Waterkeeper’s for each copy of his new book, Live Rich: 50 Simple Ways to Save the Earth (and Get Rich Trying) purchased on greengreen.com from April 1-April 11. Coincidently my birthday is on April 12th and well…basically I just wanted to plug my upcoming 25th birthday. Ok, moving on! Gaiam.com — a lifestyle company specializing in natural health, ecological lifestyles and sustainable commerce — has also stepped up to the plate by committing to plant one tree for each of the first 1,000 books ordered from greengreen.com

Besides getting an awesome book and helping mother earth, when you purchase Bach’s book from greengreen.com you’ll be eligible to win a bunch of cool prizes, including the grand prize of a three-day “Bikini Boot Camp” getaway for two people at the Amansala Eco-chic Resort in Tulum, Mexico that includes everything from airfare to yoga. Um, David…did I mention my birthday’s coming up?

Bach said: “I am honored to join forces with Waterkeeper Alliance and Gaiam in seeking to raise public awareness of the importance of fighting against environmental destruction and climate change, to raise the money needed to accomplish that goal, and to remind people that through our individual actions, however small, we each have the power to make a difference to the long-term health and survival of our planet.”

So get your butt over to greengreen.com and buy yourself a copy of Live Rich: 50 Simple Ways to Save the Earth (and Get Rich Trying). Ps. I own a copy and it’s totally awesome!

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