Write a Guest Post

Are you a Greenist?  Have a post you’d like to share?  E-mail post submission queries to at greentank dot com. We will only publish posts that fit the tone and mission of Greentank.  You can also use the contact form (linked above).

We’ll be more likely to publish your post if you meet the following criteria:

1. Keep posts between 300 and 700 words.

2. It’s a good idea to e-mail Andrew with a post IDEA before writing and submitting a full post. Andrew can tell you if a topic is inappropriate so you don’t waste your time writing something that isn’t going to be published on Green Tank.

3. You may write about any topic as long as it’s related to the environment, but do a quick search through our archives before submitting an idea. Has it been covered several times before? If so, move on to a different idea. For example, we’ve covered reusable shopping bags and bottled water on many different occasions, so please don’t submit guest posts on either of those topics. That said, if you have a unique perspective on any issue, even one that’s been covered before, we’ll be happy to consider it.

4. While there is a lot of “gloom and doom” written about the environment, we stay away from that kind of tone on GreenTank.  We’re all about positive action and educating people about smart choices they can make in their day-to-day lives.

5. We do publish product reviews (see our review policy for more information) but will not accept anything generated by a company specifically to promote its own products. In other words, you can’t write a post advertising your own business.

6. Please proofread your post carefully. We will do our own editing for style and grammar, but it’s very helpful if you turn in a clean document.

7. You may e-mail your post formatted as a Word doc, a Text Edit doc, or a Google Doc. Any of these formats is fine.

Looking forward to your submissions!

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Tip of the Day

If It Doesn’t Smell, Don’t Wash It

According to Real Simple, if every American made an effort to launder less — cutting out just one load of laundry a week per household — we’d save enough water to fill seven million swimming pools each year.

So if it looks clean, and it smells clean, call it clean and wear it again. Consider hanging worn clothes out on your clothesline to freshen them up between wearings

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